Tag Archives: terabytes

Cloud Infographic: Turning Big Data Overload Into Big Sales

Cloud Infographic: Turning Big Data Overload Into Big Sales

Cloud Infographic: Turning Big Data Overload Into Big Sales The amount of data in our world increases massively day-by-day. Big data is about capturing, storing and analyzing large pools of data from customers/consumers, suppliers, partners, operations, employees etc. According to a McKinsey  report, US companies from almost all industry sectors have, on average, hundreds of terabytes of data

Cloud Infographic: Companies Fighting For Data

Cloud Infographic: Companies Fighting For Data

Cloud Infographic: Companies Fighting For Data The amount of data in our world increases massively day-by-day. Big data is about capturing, storing and analyzing large pools of data from customers/consumers, suppliers, partners, operations, employees etc. According to a McKinsey  report, US companies from almost all industry sectors have, on average, hundreds of terabytes of data stored per company.

On Rob Kaufmann’s Thesis: NAS vs. Cloud Part 2

On Rob Kaufmann’s Thesis: NAS vs. Cloud 2 Read Part 1 So, we’ve seen that Kaufmann’s assertion of bandwidth problems and ‘control’ are not entirely convincing. This time, we’ll take a look at two of his further claims as to why NAS (network attached storage) is, in data-sensitive or data-rich cases, a better solution than

HP ‘Master The Cloud’ Event (Toronto) – Part 2

HP ‘Master The Cloud’ Event (Toronto) – Part 2

HP ‘Master The Cloud’ Event (Toronto) – Part 2 Here’s an interesting parallel, one somewhat removed from the busy world of cloud computing. In the world of “people,” social psychologists who specialize in generational issues are starting to refer to the most recent generation of kids coming-of-age as the Purell generation, since they are likely to be aware

Global Disaster Recovery (DR) Index – Cloud Backup and Security Report

Global Disaster Recovery (DR) Index – Cloud Backup and Security Report Being fit for business is imperative for all countries participating in a highly competitive global economy. For organizations around the world this means being able to continue to operate in the event of IT failure or major disaster, whether man-made or natural. Regardless of