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Reducing Storage TCO with Private Cloud Storage

With the burgeoning growth of data, many legacy storage systems simply struggle to keep the total cost of ownership (TCO) in check. This article will look at the ways that Private Cloud Storage can address the TCO shortcomings of legacy storage. 1,592 more words


Microsoft's Cloud Platform System (CPS) vs. the World (VMware EVO:Rails and Amazon)

More bigs news from Microsoft – Microsoft’s Cloud Platform System (CPS) –  (I call it Azure Cloud “Private Edition”) –  a joint announcement from Microsoft and Dell, which offers a bundle including Dell Racks with expandble computing, storage and networking, running a private Azure cloud (on premise) that should look and work the same as Microsoft’s public Azure offering. 168 more words

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Can Joe’s Plumbing benefit from Google and Facebook Storage?

Do businesses really need Facebook or Google like web-scale storage capabilities? After all, these organizations support Exabytes of information on a global scale. Many businesses today are merely looking for ways to lower their total cost of storage ownership (TCO), not morph into the next industry mega cloud provider. 329 more words


Private Cloud Storage cost containment

Reducing the cost of storage may seem like a fool’s errand in a world where enterprise production data is predicted to grow by 800% over the next five years. 402 more words


Journey with Eucalyptus 4 ! [Part 1]

Hi everyone,

I was very excited when Eucalyptus 4 was announced, and since it has been released I do enjoy playing and exploring all its capacities. 615 more words

Cloud Computing

Storage Short: Why Private Cloud Storage is ready for Business

One of the simplest ways to reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of storage is to make its entry point less expensive. Legacy storage systems are designed with custom hardware, custom silicon and sophisticated, often proprietary software. 102 more words


Why Healthcare Customers Need A Private Cloud Education Right Away

According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, the healthcare industry experienced more data breaches in 2013 than it ever had before, accounting for 44% of all breaches, and surpassing all other industries, including the business sector. 385 more words