Storage Executive Commentary

  1. Why You Should Stop Using Unpaid Interns
    12/16/2014

    Interns have been used in many companies across almost all industries for dozens, if not hundreds of years. Many SMBs find the use of interns invaluable, as they can ease the burden of operations from both a staffing and financial perspective. Additionally, many interns gain valuable skills and connections as a result of their exposure to their chosen profession, and these are the “perks” many employers hang their hats on. 

  2. Put Your Customers In The Best Possible Position For Big Data Initiatives
    12/16/2014

    In this article, John Gentry, vice president of marketing and alliances at Virtual Instruments shares challenges enterprises face when incorporating Big Data analytics, steps they can take to make sure their Big Data initiatives are the most beneficial — and ways IT solutions providers can help.

  3. Channel Sales Vendor/Partner Relationships: What Vendors Want (Part 7)
    12/16/2014

    It’s not love at first sight. It is all about the relationship between the vendor and the partner if a channel sales partnership is to be successful. A better understanding of what a vendor expects from a partner helps the solution provider make well informed and prudent business decisions that have a positive and profitable impact on their organization.

  4. 5 Steps Toward Creating A Culture Of Innovation
    12/12/2014

    “We value a culture of creativity and innovation.” These words, or something like them, appear in almost every company’s About Us or Corporate Culture page. Whether or not it’s true is an entirely different story, as everyone throws these words around so much they’ve been reduced, unfortunately, to inflated buzzwords.

  5. 5 Warnings About Jurisdiction And Cloud Storage
    12/5/2014

    Technology and law are two things that can never seem to get on the same page. Technology moves at such a rapid pace that the law can never seem to catch up. Now, mix in the advent of cloud storage and the complexities begin to mount. Cloud storage has spurned a global phenomenon where your clients data can be housed anywhere in the world. Without even knowing it, your clients data stored in the cloud can be subject to local, national and even international laws.

  6. How “Software-Defined” Is Redefining The Modern Data Center
    12/4/2014

    Modern data centers are changing in a rapid, dramatic fashion. No longer implementing singular, enormous, and inflexible designs, today’s data centers are influenced by “software-defined” concepts such as pooling, virtualization, and abstraction. As a result, software-defined solutions are increasingly becoming the norm in IT infrastructure, helping to reduce infrastructure costs, improve resiliency against unplanned service outages and make resources easier to manage and scale.

  7. My Dog Doesn’t Understand Me: MSP Sales Isn’t An IT Job
    12/2/2014

    When you get a new dog, he doesn’t understand anything you say. “Not on the rug, Duke.” “Outside, Duke. Right now!” “ Let’s go for a ride in the car, Duke.”

  8. 3 Tips For Using Video To Benefit Your Company
    12/2/2014

    In any industry, all forms of content are important when promoting and marketing your business. Utilizing “free’” space, such as social media platforms, helps your company create a user-friendly portal from which to engage with customers and makes it easier to offer expert advice and support.

  9. Help SMBs Overcome Their Data Backup Ignorance
    11/26/2014

    The fact that you have so many customers who are not currently using your business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) solutions and services must mean that they all have their data backup figured out, right? If your target market includes SMBs, that assumption is far from reality.

  10. 4 Ways To Optimize Data Protection In Virtual Environments
    11/25/2014

    When it comes to virtual machines (VMs), it’s no secret that a more robust backup and disaster recovery (BDR) approach is required — compared to what you might deploy in a traditional physical server environment. From data protection policies that are based on VM replication, to increased levels of performance to support database-driven business applications and higher I/O workloads, there’s a lot to keep in mind.

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