Western Digital’s very, very bad week, Synology releases a major update to its NAS software, NVMe-oF begins to show some moves, and a really fun bonus round (hint: blast from the past!)
Online conferences, new technology reaching the product stage, and some tectonic-sized industry ecosystem movements.
Illuminosi Inc. announces a revolutionary software product to improve the data reliability of a hard drive.
A very sad goodbye to one of the storage stalwarts.
A slight delay in getting this one out (due to obvious reasons), but there’s quite a bit from AWS, a shocking announcement from Stratoscale, a not-so-shocking “Best of the Year” award, and a lot of SNIA work going on. Storage Media and Technology Storage Companies in the News Industry Associations and Standards Webinars and Conferences Synology Security News Bonus Round
A relatively short, Short Take. M&A, a few new webinars, and many new funding rounds.
This may be a “short take,” but there are a LOT of them in this update. Buckle up, it’s gonna be a ride!
An excellent question on how to compare storage solutions from major vendors, versus new startups.
We’ve all had it happen: that moment when the computer freezes, and hours of work is lost forever. But when the loss is catastrophic – a bad disk drive, the dreaded ‘clicking’ noise that signals you’re in deep, deep trouble, etc. – you know just how soul-crushing it can be. I have a particular plan in mind for satisfying my own …
It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Synology. The company has always, always treated me well. In fact if more companies acted like Synology did, I think that we’d have a lot of very happy consumers out there. It’s also no secret that I simply do not trust “The Cloud” for securing personal data. As I’ve said before …
This post is a long time coming and is extremely overdue. The only reason why I am finally getting off my rump and writing something is because today I was forwarded an open letter, “mea culpa” article written by Tom Buiocchi, CEO of Drobo on Scott Kelby’s site. Now, I only got the link to Mr. Buiocchi’s response, and I …