Welcome to another entry of ‘This Week at the Q’ and our top 5 highlights.
- With our recently announced ActiveScaleTM Object Lock feature for data immutability, your data can be protected from malicious acts such as data deletion, relocation, and ransomware. We now have a new video explaining how this works – watch here!
2. And for more advice to proactively combat the onslaught of ransomware attacks and the elements needed for a solid data protection plan, read more in this Security Magazine blog, “End the vicious ransomware cycle.”
3. Quantum will be at Tech Field Day on December 9th, from 8-10am PT! This event brings together a group of technical influencers and experts to explore the technical underpinnings and architectures of invited vendors. If you want to learn more about our ActiveScale object storage for private cloud, the event is live streamed and you can follow along live via Twitter @TechFieldDay or online during the time slots below:
|8:00AM||Quantum Company Overview||Ed Fiore, General Manager|
|8:20AM||ActiveScale Object Storage Intro||Thomas Demoor, Lead Architect|
|9:00AM||ActiveScale Layered Architecture||Thomas Demoor, Lead Architect|
|9:20 AM||ActiveScale Product Summary||Thomas Demoor, Lead Architect|
|9:30AM||ActiveScale Product Demo||Sherman Schorzman, Technical Marketing Engineer|
4. We also recently launched our all-new All-Terrain File System, ATFS. Hear from early customer, The Hormel Institute, University of MN, about how they accelerated cancer research and improved ROI using ATFS’s zero-touch data classification and automated policies for data mobility. Read their case study here.
5. And one more ATFS case study! The production experts at 5 guys named Moe had challenges ingesting multiple tapes (assume tape equals a movie or season episode) in parallel, tracking the progress of data through the workflow stages, and managing resources for productivity. Read their case study here to see how Quantum ATFS data insights and automation meet storage needs for productivity and profitability improvements.
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