Contributed Editorial

  1. Guest Column: Cloud Storage Only Provides For Bigger Storage Buckets Not Better Data Management Solutions
    9/9/2009
    To say that storage clouds are gathering in the distance is probably an understatement. Everyone is beginning to see the benefits - both technical and financial - that cloud storage provides, especially in the archiving and backup realms. By Jerome M Wendt, DCIG LLC
  2. Cloud Storage Only Provides For Bigger Storage Buckets Not Better Data Management Solutions
    9/9/2009
    To say that storage clouds are gathering in the distance is probably an understatement. Everyone is beginning to see the benefits - both technical and financial - that cloud storage provides, especially in the archiving and backup realms. By Jerome M Wendt, DCIG LLC
  3. It's Time To Contemplate Consolidated Recovery
    8/19/2009
    Bounce the phrase "consolidated recovery" off of most individuals in IT and you are just as likely to get a blank stare as a good answer as to what it means or how to accomplish it. By Jerome M Wendt, DCIG LLC
  4. Guest Column: It's Time To Contemplate Consolidated Recovery
    8/19/2009
    Bounce the phrase "consolidated recovery" off of most individuals in IT and you are just as likely to get a blank stare as a good answer as to what it means or how to accomplish it. By Jerome M Wendt, DCIG LLC
  5. Guest Column: How One Company Built A Business Case For Its Disaster Recovery Highway
    8/7/2009
    In a previous blog, Dr. James Tu, the Information Security Officer at a real estate services company, discussed how he had sought out an affordable and workable enterprise-wide disaster recovery solution from an uneven landscape of replication products and found one that met his needs right under his nose. By Jerome Wendt DCIG, LLC
  6. How One Company Built A Business Case For Its Disaster Recovery Highway
    8/7/2009
    In a previous blog, Dr. James Tu, the Information Security Officer at a real estate services company, discussed how he had sought out an affordable and workable enterprise-wide disaster recovery solution from an uneven landscape of replication products and found one that met his needs right under his nose. By Jerome Wendt DCIG, LLC
  7. Guest Column: 40% Of InMage Systems Customers See A 200% Return On Investment
    7/29/2009
    Recent feedback from InMage Systems' existing customer base indicates that 100% of them use its Scout software for disaster recovery. That probably comes as no surprise to anyone familiar with Scout or its heterogeneous recovery capabilities. By Jerome M Wendt, DCIG LLC
  8. 40% Of InMage Systems Customers See A 200% Return On Investment
    7/29/2009
    Recent feedback from InMage Systems' existing customer base indicates that 100% of them use its Scout software for disaster recovery. That probably comes as no surprise to anyone familiar with Scout or its heterogeneous recovery capabilities. By Jerome M Wendt, DCIG LLC
  9. Guest Column: 40% Of InMage Systems Customers See A 200% Return On Investment
    7/28/2009
    Recent feedback from InMage Systems' existing customer base indicates that 100% of them use its Scout software for disaster recovery. That probably comes as no surprise to anyone familiar with Scout or its heterogeneous recovery capabilities. By Jerome M Wendt, DCIG LLC
  10. It Is Not An Inflection Point…It Is An Inflection Process
    7/3/2009
    In Andy Grove’s book, “Only the Paranoid Survive,” he introduced the technology market to the term “strategic inflection point.” This term is used to describe when a technology market transitions from one technology to the next. By Jim McCluney, CEO of Emulex