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Swarm brings Amazon S3 Compatibility to Microsoft Azure

We live in a world of instant gratification. From microwave popcorn to Netflix, we expect what we want now and don’t want to wait…and our expectations of infrastructure are no different. This is why we are so excited about the immediate availability of Caringo Swarm on Microsoft Azure. Caringo Swarm users have immediate access to […]

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Turning Heads in Tech with Object Storage

As the new year gets underway, we start seeing the best of 2015 recognized. While there is a lot of Hollywood hype around movie and television awards, technology awards have a bit less fanfare. However, those of us in the high-tech sector watch these awards with the same enthusiasm as show biz folks watch the […]

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DIY or DFY? Caringo is Now HPE Helion Ready

There are two types of people in the world…DIY (Do It Yourself) and DFY (Done For You). I’m a DIY guy, and as such, am always fascinated by having various tools at my disposal. So, I’m excited that Caringo is now part of the Helion Ready Program for Solution Partners, allowing Caringo Swarm bulletproof object […]

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FileFly Changes the Game

In the past, we have worked with organizations that have applications they would like to natively integrate with object storage—gaining the ability to both input and access their information via HTTP protocol and over the web. As the discussion evolved, the question inevitably would come up, “I still have all these home directories, all these […]

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Caringo Swarm and Veritas™ Enterprise Vault™ 11: It Just Makes Cents

According to IDC, among the Fortune 1000, the average hourly cost of an infrastructure failure is $100,000 per hour. And, the average cost of a critical application failure per hour is $500,000 to $1 million! Add to that a staggering study from Aberdeen Group that reports a mere 6% of companies survive long-term after suffering […]

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Caringo Swarm Enhancements: Catch the Buzz on Object-Based Storage

It’s been about a year since we first introduced Swarm7, which was based on emergent behavior for the sole purpose of providing scale-out cloud storage that adapts to any use case or workload. Its evolution has continued, and today we’re announcing significant enhancements based on your feedback and real-world use cases. Swarm is built according […]

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Healthcare Information Management in a Post-HIPAA World

We all want to know that our personal health data is well protected. Any company that handles protected health information (PHI) needs to ensure that all required network, physical, and process security measures are followed. With the introduction of HIPAA, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, it requires that sensitive patient data is protected, […]

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