Back to Basics: Network Attached Storage

What is Network Attached Storage? Network-attached storage (NAS) is a file-level storage architecture that allows many users to interact with a storage pool. Having data-sharing capabilities is vital in today’s organizations as it allows networked users to…

Overview of Enterprise Storage Configurations

Enterprise Storage Overview Data within the organization is compiled into an enterprise storage system, a centralized repository for information. Enterprise storage provides common data management, data protection, and data sharing capabilities within an organization. The enterprise storage systems should…

What are Your Data Storage Needs?

The problem: Organizations are gathering and generating data at unprecedented levels, which creates unimaginable headaches for overworked and underfunded IT managers. The reliance on emails, shared files, application data, digitized records, data-backups, and marketing collateral (like videos…

The facts behind new vs. old enterprise IT models that OEMs don’t want you to know

Is the newest model the best choice? The answer would be yes, right? Unfortunately, the answer is not that simple. There are many factors that influence the answer. OEMs are constantly releasing new models. With each new…