For companies that increasingly view storage as a vital utility, rather than as a capability that they want to cultivate
The topic of data growth and security continues to be a challenge for many organizations. The question to “air-gap” or
I was at the annual Sports Video Group (SVG) Summit last week, and as usual it was a great show focused on content management, and the use of technology to help enable the sports industry to provide entertainment to all of us.
Millennials who grew up with YouTube are naturally looking to it as a first resource when they begin researching any topic of interest, and their parents are following suit. Automotive aftermarket giant Motorcar Parts of America (MPA) was one of the first companies to recognize this trend, and they saw video training as an opportunity to differentiate themselves from their competitors.
Randi Altman’s postPerspective just published this article that talks about the value of LTO as a great archive storage solution for post houses. I’d like to add my own perspective on a few things, based on the article as well as recent conversations at IBC2018 and some different customers we have.
I recently had the privilege of participating in this year’s annual iRODS users group meeting in Durham, NC. Aside from interacting with a great group of people, I solidified some of my views on the value companies can get from iRODS deployments, and really clarified how iRODS and Quantum solutions complement each other. I’m definitely excited that Quantum has joined the iRODS consortium and started product testing.
Rapid advances in laboratory instruments are redefining IT requirements for life science organizations. To more quickly and completely analyze the tremendous volumes of data produced by next-generation sequencing (NGS) and cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) instruments, organizations are increasingly investing in additional super computing resources to crunch the larger data sets these instruments are generating on a daily basis.
One of the things I like most about the technology industry is that it is characterized by a relentless quest for improvement. There is always something newer, faster and better right around the corner. Never a dull moment. And always the drive to be first and best.
I recently found myself in need of a new vehicle. It wasn’t necessarily because my old one was breaking down or in bad shape. My situation had simply changed over time such that the car I now have no longer meets my needs. In my case, I needed more room for a growing family and wanted better gas mileage. Unfortunately, the car wasn’t designed to easily or inexpensively make those improvements. It also started to cost me a lot more to maintain. This got me thinking about the similarities with legacy scale-out NAS solutions.
In 2017 the video surveillance community saw the emergence of video surveillance as a service. As predicted, we also witnessed an increase in intelligence in cameras, greater adoption of analytics, and more content aggregation. In addition, biometrics assumed increasing importance as a measure to prevent massive data breaches.