Four tips from Wikibon to help manage unstructured data

Is unstructured data pulling its weight at your company? For many organizations, the answer is no. They make the mistake of filing and forgetting this business asset, even creating programs and expanding budget just to get it out of their collective hair without stopping to extract its value. And still, unstructured data can eat up […]

Why your security system is broken: Takeaways from the RSA Conference

Last week, the themes, keynotes and messages at the 2015 RSA Conference confirmed something we’ve known for a long time: security is broken, and it needs to change. Rising inbound threats and shifting industry expectations are pulling new people and teams into these conversations, and while the general consensus is that improved risk mitigation is […]

Inverting the Data Security Conversation

The topic of data security is pervasive in nearly all technology conversations of late. Seemingly every other news article you read nowadays is about a data breach. Anthem Healthcare, Home Depot, Sony: the list goes on. The new reality is not “if” an organization will experience a data breach, but “when.” Many data security experts […]

What to Expect at TechCrunch Disrupt and Collision

Our team has been busy during the last few months. In April alone, we hit the road for VMware user group (VMUG) meetups in California, Florida, Seattle, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin, joined our partners at events all over the country, attended the RSA Conference and participated in the Data Connectors Tech Security Strategies Conference in […]

How software-defined, data-aware storage is changing the industry

Historically, storage was viewed as one of the most stagnant parts of the data center, acting as a container where data would rest and potentially go dark, unless it was revived by a security breach or error that compromised private information and put employees, customers and the business at risk. In a recent interview with […]

“Dumb” Storage is No Longer Acceptable

Storage is not very intelligent. You could even call it dumb. It collects bits and bytes of data all day long just to hold onto them for later retrieval when a network client asks for them. This is how most of us use our storage today. This includes network-based storage such as NAS and SAN […]

Three things you can learn only from GreyBeards

The GreyBeards on Storage podcast is a monthly series that brings together Ray Lucchesi and Howard Marks, two of the storage industry’s leading bloggers and consultants, with storage vendors to talk details about the technology, trends and customer needs driving our industry. The April installment of this podcast featured our own Paula Long and Dave […]

What to Expect at RSA 2015

Next week, the DataGravity team is heading to San Francisco to attend the 2015 RSA Conference, the annual meeting place for some of the leading innovators in the security industry. As data and security become increasingly contingent upon one another, we’re looking forward to seeing some of the trends we’re hearing in our customer conversations […]

It’s Cool To Be Cool

Gartner just released its Cool Vendors list. The list highlights companies that Gartner sees as both innovative and impactful. DataGravity was named to this list for 2015. This is way cool (couldn’t help typing those words, but it is). Seriously, Gartner Analysts evaluate most tech companies, so for them to include DataGravity is an honor […]