Kroll

What Kroll Gets Wrong About Tape

If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.When it comes to tape processing... Read more...

rabbit

Greatest Challenge Facing CIOs

I see data management related tech debt accumulating at customer sites every day.It's usually ignored. Read more...

Tape Dead

The Great Tape/Disk Debate

Neither disk nor tape is unsafe when properly managed, and both can be unsafe when they are not. Read more...

Monkeys

The Difference Between Truth and eDiscovery

They didn't want to find the data, they wanted to build a burden argument to prove it was too expensive to find. Read more...

lucy

Building an Enterprise Index

Why did the enterprise search market fail? The answer isn't obvious. It requires examining the details of how enterprise data is used.Read more...

Data Center Chaos

Chaos in the Data Center

Consider eDiscovery, a multi-billion dollar market, of which much is dedicated to finding information stored behind your own firewall.Read more...

ostrich sand

Disk vs. Tape: Missing The Big Picture

when all costs are considered, the TCO of tape deployed long term to store enterprise backup images.Read more...

breakup

Breaking Up With Your Backup Vendor

There is no more critical IT process than backup. It's the insurance policy for your company's data, one that no company ever dare do without.Read more...

Forensics

Understanding Email Forensics

My company was once suspected of manufacturing evidence. Our product was being used by the plaintiff in a civil litigation to identify responsive emails. Read more...

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