Understanding cloud storage vs local storage is important to deploying the right storage solution for your business. Cloud storage is the process of storing digital data in an online space that spans multiple servers and locations, and it is usually maintained by a hosting company.
Despite the rise of all-flash and SSD storage, modern HDD use cases abound, especially in a disaster-prone world.
The benefits of all-flash arrays are clear. From improved speeds to real-time analytics, SSDs are quickly taking over the data center. Does that make it right for you?
Together, HPE Nimble Storage and Veeam offer improved performance and capacity with secondary flash arrays, while also providing a way to put your backup data to work.
HPE InfoSight seems to have few detractors. And it’s no surprise why. Impressive performance and preventative analytics, powered by AI, are changing the nature of infrastructure management.
In the Tech Terms Dictionary Storage Edition Part 1, learn definitions (and context) for primary storage, secondary storage, volatile memory, non-volatile memory, and more.
PCI Compliance V3.2.1 went into effect in May 2018, yet many businesses are still non-compliant. What’s the risk?
Which SSD is right for you? When it comes to NVMe Vs SATA SSDs, look at the performance, cost, and endurance.
Learn how Nimble Storage Adaptive Flash Array (AFA) works as secondary backup storage. We cover the benefits, specifications, and integrations.
What is cloud storage? Cloud storage is the process of storing digital data in an online space that spans multiple servers and locations, and it is usually maintained by a hosting company. Find out where your data is stored and what benefits and challenges arise with cloud computing.