In this webinar, George and Jon discuss the new problems caused by growth in unstructured data and why it needs new solutions.
I recently had the pleasure of talking to Paolo Del Nibletto about the issues facing IT service providers in a multi-cloud world. Listen here.
Great news for Aparavi Active Archive aficionados: you are now welcome to move to the IBM Cloud. Our Certified Cloud Destinations Program validates whether cloud services successfully support our object-based APIs, multi-cloud mobility, and other tests. We have just added IBM Cloud to our certification list
The world’s leading (okay, only) SaaS Active Archive platform is now available to channel partners through our new program tailored to resellers and MSPs who want to provide modern unstructured data protection on a service basis. Increase your recurring revenue with a powerful solution to protect your clients
Hey, did you hear? We took a good thing – OK, a great thing, IMHO – and made it even better. Starting with our innovative software-as-a-service that reduces long-term cloud storage costs through patent-pending cloud-active data pruning, we added an entire Active Archive platform that delivers dynamic multi-cloud
Massive unstructured data growth is presenting a huge challenge for protection, retention, and archive. See how Aparavi solves this problem.
Unstructured data has changed dramatically over the past decade. It is not only bigger in terms of capacity, but also in terms of quantity.
The capacity requirements of unstructured data continue to grow at an alarming rate and the rate of growth is only going to get worse.
We have nothing against backup – backup is necessary – but retro backup approaches are no longer sufficient. Storage Switzerland analyst George Crump explains why complete data protection today includes backup/recovery, cloud storage support, and archive. In “The Requirements for Modern Unstructured Data Protection,”
Storage Switzerland analyst George Crump already made the case for why traditional unstructured data protection falls short in today’s environments, and now he’s gone a step further by pointing out why they don’t excel at meeting regulatory and legal requirements either. In “Unstructured Data’s Compliance and Retention Gap,”