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Stop Wasting Budget and Resources on Legacy Backup

Sometimes history repeats itself, and sometimes you have to reinvent the wheel. Many of my favorite stories of the history of storage come from discussions with Caringo Product Manager Glen Olsen, who leads Caringo’s efforts to bridge the gap between traditional storage and our scale-out hybrid storage solution. Feeling nostalgic for tape backup, or just […]

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Active Archives: Object Storage for Data Sets in HPC

Supercomputing, or High Performance Computing (HPC), is now over 50 years old. Needless to say, HPC and supercomputers have come a long way since the 1960s, and a number of developments have contributed to that progress. Many players have come and gone in this space, and the advancements have been staggering. From GFLOPS to TFLOPS […]

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HPC, DR and Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey reminds us just how much predictive capabilities and warning systems have progressed over the past few decades, in no small part because of the availability of past data and the capabilities we now have with instrumentation, detailed data sets and high-performance computing (HPC). Meteorologists do two types of predictions: seasonal probabilities and the track […]

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Predicting the Eclipse: HPC Enables Modern Calculations

Today, millions of people across the United States are watching the 2017 total solar eclipse. So much so, that the safety glasses needed to view the eclipse safely have been in short demand, and roads leading to the best viewing spots have been highly travelled as crowds gather. This begs the question, just how did […]

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Object Storage Protects from Ransomware Attacks

Ransomware attacks continue to occur and to draw attention from the media and law enforcement. From WannaCry to NotPetya, these cyber attacks make protecting data a growing concern for many organizations. Our CEO and Co-Founder Jonathan Ring blogged on how Swarm Object Storage Protects from Ransomware Attacks in May. According to a recent article on […]

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IT for the Win: Travel & Security on European Vacations

Summer is peak season for travel, and wherever you go, you’ll see the challenges that all governments and industries are facing with storing information and keeping travelers secure. It is an understatement to say that information technology has forever changed the world in which we live and travel. From mapping ancient ruins unearthed in Rome […]

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Why Should You Optimize File Servers?

Despite the frustration it causes and the inefficiency, Windows File Servers remain one of the most popular ways for organizations to store and share data between employees. It’s relatively easy and inexpensive to just stand up another file server—that is, until the operational impact of yet another file server is factored in. Then, this cheap […]

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Dell EMC World FAQ: Top 3 Answers to Why Caringo?

The question we get asked the most while on the show floor of Dell EMC World is “What makes Caringo different from other object storage systems?” Here are the top 3 answers: Caringo is the pioneer in object-based storage. One of our founders, Paul Carpentier, is known as the inventor of content addressable storage, a […]

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Visit Caringo at Dell EMC World 2017

Caringo will be at Dell EMC World in Las Vegas, May 8–11. Dell EMC World is all about helping you realize Digital Transformation with opportunities to enhance your skills, expand your network and give you practical knowledge to achieve your IT and business objectives. Caringo, the company widely known as the pioneer in object storage […]

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NAB Show 2017: The Art & Science of Show Business

Walt Disney said, “I never called my work an ‘art’. It’s part of show business, the business of building entertainment.” And, that is what the NAB Show is all about. It is known as the world’s largest convention encompassing the convergence of media, entertainment and technology. In a recent whitepaper, IDC estimates that in 2025, […]

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