Join our new Webinar: “Say Goodbye to Data Silos”

Due to the success of our last “Say Goodbye to Data Silos” webinar, we will be hosting an extra session next Thursday, March 19, at 8 am PT (3 pm GMT) for those who couldn’t attend.  Spaces are limited so register today!   Data of value inevitably outlasts the storage it lives on today, causing major … Read moreJoin our new Webinar: “Say Goodbye to Data Silos”

Metadata as a Rosetta Stone for Managing Both Data and Storage Resources

At Fujifilm’s 11th Annual Global IT Executive Summit, StrongBox Data Solutions CEO Floyd Christofferson spoke about the transformative power that aggregating multiple forms of metadata can bring to managing extreme data growth in multi-vendor storage environments. Unstructured data is growing at unprecedented rates, and is being retained longer, across ever-more storage choices. The problem is … Read moreMetadata as a Rosetta Stone for Managing Both Data and Storage Resources

2020 Industry Predictions from StrongBox Data Solutions

The inexorable growth in unstructured data has been a constant theme of storage industry predictions for years. Whether from IDC projections, analysts like Fred Moore, or simply from the experiences users face in their own enterprises, the exponential growth has a serious impact both on storage technology choices, but also in the strategies needed to … Read more2020 Industry Predictions from StrongBox Data Solutions

See StrongLink in Action at SuperComputing 2019

StrongLink at SC19

Join us at STS 2020 to learn how to face the challenges of managing your ever-growing data from the experts. Brought to you by Quinn D. Mitchell with partners Spectra Logic, Data in Science Technologies (DST), and Versity Software, the second edition of Storage Technologies Showcase will be held in Albuquerque, New Mexico from March … Read moreSee StrongLink in Action at SuperComputing 2019

4 OLD IDEAS For Lowering Storage Costs, In Today’s Cloud Era

1. In the 1980’s: Competitive pricing worked.  The first method for driving down storage costs was implemented in the 80’s. In the beginning IBM was king, and during their reign they were able to set their prices as they pleased. When plug-compatible manufacturers (PCMs) started entering the storage scene (Hitachi, Fujitsu, Amdahl and others) the suggestion of … Read more4 OLD IDEAS For Lowering Storage Costs, In Today’s Cloud Era