FreeStor: Optimization

Keeping the lights on” is no longer a sufficient reason for the IT department’s continued existence. In fact, most businesses are insisting that their IT organizations go far beyond this simple baseline and require IT to constantly innovate and move the business forward. At the same time, budgetary funds that were previously directed to foundational

FreeStor: Continuity

There was a time, long ago, in which data center downtime was acceptable. Infrastructure availability is a critical component of success for companies of all sizes. Today, downtime is the antithesis of profit and productivity. Many IT departments have moved from providing workday support to enabling a 24/7 business operation. There are innumerable examples of

FreeStor: Migration and Data Mobility

The modern data center isn’t just a static physical location like it may have been in the past. Instead, from the perspective of the critical workloads, the data center has become a mixture of physical locations cobbled together with various tools and procedures. For too many data center elements—particularly when focusing on storage—the actual implementation

FreeStor: Recovery

Disaster can strike at any time, and it can take many forms. From natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornados, and earthquakes, to human-made disasters, to simple human error, these events are often unpredictable. Without the right tools, recovery can be difficult, and ensuring data safety is one of the most important functions of your IT