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Dell EMC announces modular, future-proof infrastructure
Designed to grow and evolve with the modern data centre to support traditional and emerging workloads for years to come.
ioFABRIC: Surprise, your storage needs a forklift upgrade
No, I don't possess magical or mystical powers, I have simply worked in the storage industry for years.
New premises for ioFABRIC as it pumps up APAC presence
ioFABRIC is expanding its presence in Asia Pacific with a new office in North Sydney and two new leadership appointments.
Data fabric company making waves with global awards
Five-year-old storage company ioFABRIC has been awarded two Tech Trailblazers Awards for their data fabric offerings and CTO.
Simplifying cloud migration with objective-defined storage and AI
Are MSPs and organisations cloud ready? ioFabric’s Greg Wyman says objective-defined storage and AI can help ease the path.
Always-on disaster recovery to transform the new enterprise
Objective-defined storage platforms are changing disaster recovery, says ioFabric's Greg Wyman. He outlines how and why.
From cloud to instant failover - 5 industry trends disrupting data storage
“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent. It is the one most adaptable to change.”
Multi-site, multi-cloud data fabric promises cost-effective business continuity
With the high levels of protection that Vicinity provides, business continuity is protected from disaster or failure.
Objective-defined storage & instant disaster recovery for the new enterprise
Disaster recovery is undergoing a massive paradigm shift with Objective-Defined Storage platforms leading the charge.
How storage virtualization delivers data: Always on, always available, always fast
Consider this, 50 to 80% of all data is inactive, cold or stale – yet it is sitting on expensive storage – why?
Why silos belong on the farm, not in the data centre
Silos are great for the farm, but totally unsuitable for the new enterprises’ storage and data requirements.
Why businesses need innovation to stay relevant, and how they can start
Innovation is not simply about financial benefits, it is about gaining a competitive advantage.
Perfect storm warning: Look out for dramatic storage changes
This year will see the perfect storm across the storage industry, says ioFabric’s Greg Wyman. He outlines why and what it means for the market.
How is software-defined storage an opportunity for resellers?
Greg Wyman, ioFABRIC Asia Pacific vice president outlines why software defined storage is an opportunity for local resellers.
How to build a recurring revenue business
Of the many, many ways of doing so, one of my favourites is obvious and simple – perhaps too obvious.
If storage were invented today, here’s what it would look like
Let us picture the ideal storage platform if the technology were invented today, without limitations, pre-conceived ideas or restrictions.
ioFABRIC eyes up APAC, signs first Australian distie
“The storage market is ripe for change, and ioFABRIC is the technology that will give traditional storage hardware vendors a run for their money."
At last – data storage as easy as turning on the tap!
Data storage should be just like the plumbing in a house or office. Want water, turn on the tap. Want colder or hotter water, adjust the tap.
Greg Wyman to lead virtualisation vendor's local push
ioFabric has opened a Sydney office as the storage virtualisation vendor ups its ANZ push – with a familiar channel face spearheading the charge.