Category Archives: data protection

Say what you mean, mean what you say (a storified Twitter rant about words)

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Getting back to basics – as a vendor employee who blogs

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I’ve read the Storagebod blog for as long as it’s been around. Today Martin wrote an anniversary post, and it is very good – go read it! In the post he reminisces about the good ole days of vendor blogging, … Continue reading

Do you have to think about backups if you are “doing” big data or cloud?

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This is something I’ve started talking about quite a bit internally. How much of the old do we need to know/think about to do the new technologies? That’s one of the reasons I really liked this post by Mark Farley. … Continue reading