Sunday, December 7, 2014

EMC CLARiiON CX4 Series—A Suitable Storage Solution for Midsized Firms

Your choice of EMC CX Series product will depend on the technological and storage requirements of your organization. For those who consider price as a major constraint, the CLARiiON CX4-120 is an excellent option. Despite being the CX4 model with relatively the lowest capabilities, it remains capable of handling moderate to heavy computing, high-speed large-block data transfers, and department-based applications. Authorized EMC dealers like Tab Data Systems carry a preowned stock of all four variants of the CX4 line. In addition to these systems, the company also offers other EMC products, such as the AX and DMX lines. Get more information about the products, or get a competitive quote by submitting a request.

Friday, December 5, 2014

EMC Storage Hardware: Addressing the Industry’s Data Storage Needs

Every day, an average-sized company processes tons of data and turns it into information critical to the smooth operation of their business processes. The bad news is that management of such voluminous data can be overwhelming without the proper tools and infrastructure. Since these documents typically contain important and classified information, proper data storage practices and tools become all the more important. Data storage should take precedence above anything else. If an important document gets lost or stolen, the resulting consequences could prove disastrous to a company. Among the problems that may arise are corporate espionage, fraud, identity theft, etc. Not only does a company need to protect its own interest, but it also needs to keep confidential client information safe from prying eyes. This is when the importance of obtaining EMC storage hardware comes into play.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

EMC AX Series Maker Tops PBBA Marketplace in 2014’s Second Quarter

With the increased customer adoption and use of PBBA systems for storage, backup, and recovery optimization, along with exceptional growth the industry experiences yearly, it is clear that the technology won’t be going away anytime soon, and that rumors of its demise are greatly exaggerated. Reason behind the growth Experts believe the exceptional industry growth is due to the growing need of many of today’s businesses to improve backup window time, achieve seamless integration with current backup utilities, and accomplish faster restore and recovery times. Experts add that this trend is likely to continue in the foreseeable future as more customers realize PBBA’s benefits in terms of rapid data recovery, deduplication, and virtual server protection.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Buyer Right to EMC Storage Hardware May Soon Extend to Linked Software

For EMC controllers & systems dealers, like Tab Data Systems, the approval of the new legislation will bring with it a huge sigh of relief, as relaxed software licensing terms will make trading legacy hardware simpler for both dealers and their clients alike.

Monday, October 13, 2014

Five Great Reasons to Trust ASCDI-NATD Member EMC CLARiiON Dealers

When working with an EMC CLARiiON dealer, remember to check their membership with the ASCDI-NATD. Doing business with ASCDI-NATD member dealers, like Tab Data Systems, ensures that you will receive quality equipment for your money and that you will be treated professionally with every transaction.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

EMC CLARiiON Storage Arrays as Enterprise Tape Backup Alternative

Finally, they require special storage if they are expected to meet their promised archival storage lifespan. Building and maintaining the climate controlled storage facility required to store these drives for years can be cost-prohibitive, with the same being true about hiring a company for this purpose. Fortunately, EMC CLARiiON storage arrays provide an attractive alternate—or replacement, if your organization already uses magnetic tapes for archiving—option for backup storage. Of disk as a tape replacement, the analysts at DCIG say:

Monday, September 15, 2014

Building Your Own Skynet on EMC Storage Hardware and Software Systems

In order to compete, businesses need to invest in hardware technologies that will allow them to do what top businesses like Google are doing. Of course, that doesn’t mean actually getting to a level of complexity of actual Skynet, but rather, being able to implement a scaled-down model of sorts. To do that, however, requires that companies invest in storage technologies where the data gathered can be contained for processing. With so much data needing to be filed away, the high-capacity capabilities of EMC storage hardware systems make them an attractive option for Big Data storage needs.