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What Metadata Means for Business Information Storage

This article was originally published on Alley Watch. There has never been more data in the world than there is today. About 90 percent of it was created in the last two years alone, and another 2.5 quintillion bytes are added every day. And keeping that data accessible and searchable is a real headache. But […]

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Stop Floating in a Public Cloud: Build a Private One

This article was originally published on Tech.co. Dropbox’s decision to migrate most of its customer data storage from Amazon Web Services to a homegrown, in-house solution has shined some high-profile light on the benefits of “privatizing” your cloud storage. Code-named “Magic Pocket,” Dropbox’s initiative moved 90 percent of its users’ data onto its own made-to-order platform […]

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Curing the Healthcare Industry’s Data Headaches

This article was originally published on HealthCare Business & Technology. Medical science has made incredible progress with disease management and life expectancies. But there’s one frontier that still needs to be crossed for the healthcare industry to provide the best possible care: the data problem. Data is essential in all areas of healthcare—from diagnostic medicine […]

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Your business needs to leverage its big data now

This article was originally published on TechTarget | IoT Agenda. Big data is everywhere. From cloud-connected cars to smart factories to emergency response simulations, it has become an essential tool for governments and businesses. According to IBM, 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created every day, and 90% of today’s data emerged in the past two […]

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Metadata: Your City’s Secret Weapon

This article was originally published on Government Technology. Your city generates a lot of data — data about your citizens, your businesses, your roads, the infrastructure that keeps your city livable, and more. Turning this data into useful information requires the proper capture, storage and accessibility of metadata (data about data). Think about the data […]

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IdeaMensch Interview with Jonathan Ring

This article was originally published on IdeaMensch. Where did the idea for Caringo come from? Two people, I worked with in the past, Paul Carpentier and Mark Goros, came to me with the idea of changing the economics of storage. We looked at the state of the industry a decade ago and realized that data […]

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Search, Organization and Data Management in the Cloud Age

When we founded Caringo over a decade ago, the largest hard drive was 750 GB, YouTube had just launched, the term ‘Cloud’ was used to describe weather and just storing and protecting millions of files was considered “next gen.” Fast forward 10 years to today, and 10 TB drives are here, a staggering 4 billion […]

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To File or Not to File, That is the Question

The complexities of file protocol access.  With the introduction of object storage has come the demand to provide standard file protocol access to leverage the power of object storage for legacy file applications and systems. The need for CIFS/SMB and NFS connectivity is clear. However, the solutions have not been so clear, and the market […]

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