The Data Storage Industry needs Innovation, Fast.

Ioanna Skouteli - Wednesday, March 28, 2018

The Needed Innovation in Data Storage

Innovation and technology advancements happen on a daily basis. Some products, companies, and industries advance and evolve faster than others. Data storage doesn’t escape this reality, in fact, it tends to be on the slower side of innovation.


The Data Storage Industry in review and what to expect from Reduxio in 2018

Mike Grandinetti - Wednesday, December 27, 2017

The new role of Data Storage

Companies and organizations of all sizes are drowning in a relentless deluge of data. Mankind has created more data in the past 18 months than in all of history — it’s almost impossible to wrap your head around this statistic — and this trend will continue to grow as more industries become part of the digital economy.


There’s Something Happening Here: Reduxio Wins Coveted Innovation Award

Mike Grandinetti - Wednesday, December 13, 2017

The iconic rock band, Buffalo Springfield the 1997 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee that was the predecessor to Crosby, Still, Nash and Young, was led by Stephen Stills and Neil Young. The song “For What It’s Worth”, written by Stills in 1967, for many symbolizes the changing of an era.

Recently, the top global IT analyst firms, notably Forrester and IDC, have written in-depth research notes that describe the changing of an era in data storage, management and protection and highlight...


The Experts Agree: Reduxio is A Disruptive ‘Data Management’ Innovator

Mike Grandinetti - Thursday, November 09, 2017

On November 8 I’ll be moderating a panel on cloud computing at the America’s Growth Capital investors conference in Boston, and also delivering a talk about Reduxio’s Unified Primary and Secondary Storage. While I prepare for this premier event for venture capital, growth capital, and private equity investors, it’s given me an opportunity to reflect on recent analyst and media coverage about Reduxio. It’s rare when subject matter experts and key opinion leaders agree on anything — yet in the...


Reduxio Positioned as One of Three Vendors Disrupting Integrated Secondary Storage and Data Protection

Mike Grandinetti - Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Forrester Research has identified Reduxio as a company “gaining market acceptance by delivering advanced capabilities to address specific problems in the secondary storage and data protection space”1 in the October, 2017 report, “Three Vendors Disrupting Integrated Secondary Storage and Data Protection” by Naveen Chhabra with Glenn O’Donnell, William McKeon-white, and Bill Nagel.


Reduxio Wins MARTECH's Stackie Award

Mike Grandinetti - Wednesday, October 04, 2017

I have been leading startup marketing and strategy teams in the enterprise tech space across eight consecutive new ventures for 25 years. With the exception of the primary focus of delivering exceptional value to your customer, virtually everything in that time frame has changed profoundly in terms of how to staff, organize and manage a marketing team for maximum market impact in the Permanent Fast Forward, Digital and Social world we now find ourselves in.When I was asked to join Reduxio by...


How to Use Hackathons to Stand Out

Eyal Worthalter - Friday, February 10, 2017

Many people get the chance to participate in a hackathon, but only few of these opportunities turn out to have a significant impact on their lives. In my case though, a particular hackathon experience changed the course of my career.


How to Run a Hackathon to Boost Innovation Within Your Company

Mike Grandinetti - Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Hackathons are great learning environments for aspiring entrepreneurs, designers, engineers, marketers and corporate change agents - essentially anyone and everyone involved in the creative process of innovating. This post explores how both participants and companies can benefit significantly from a hackathon, and explains how you can start organizing hackathons within your company.


The Risk of Not Using Innovation – Can You Afford It?

Dmitry Gorbatov - Tuesday, August 09, 2016

With innovation comes change and with that, risk.

Given the speed at which technology is advancing today, many find it difficult to keep up, and some even perceive it risky to do so. People and organizations would rather stay with the safe and comfortable; there’s less risk there.

Or is there, really?


Out with Dewey - it's time for something entirely new in data storage

Chip Ernst - Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Round about 1956 when IBM shipped the first magnetic disc system to a paper company in San Francisco, technology for storing and finding data has been largely unchanged. Speeds, capacities, and capabilities have soared, leaving us here today mostly forgetful that we’re following a rudimentary construct for managing those bits and bytes of data that was set out in 1956.