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Most Popular WhitePapers

  • 5 Reasons Your Storage Snapshots Aren't Working
    Snapshot-based data protection solutions were supposed to solve our backup challenges, weren't they? Then why are your backups still broken? Many issues with snapshots point to a need for better snapshot creation and management capabilities, to make backup and recovery more intelligent and more likely to succeed. If your snapshots are manually managed or of the "build-it-yourself" variety, there may be several reasons that they aren't working very well. Read this white paper to learn the five reasons why your storage snapshots may be failing and discover a better storage process.
  • Protect Against Evolving DDos Threats: The Case for Hybrid
    DDoS attacks are constantly changing. While the objective of the attack is still to cause a service outage, attacks and attackers are becoming more sophisticated. While high-profile organizations – banks, governments, and service providers – continue to be targets, a rising number of everyday businesses also report DDoS attacks. The escalating incidence and severity of these attacks has made DDoS protection a hot commodity. The problem CIOs face now is how to choose a solution. Read this white paper to learn what combination of components makes a good DDoS protection solution.
  • XtremIO for Software Development & DevOps
    More than ever, agile Software Life Cycle Development and DevOps drives critical top-line business impact for customers across a broad range of industries. Learn how XtremIO is fundamentally enabling the next generation of agile Software Development & DevOps to: Radically improve developer efficiency and overall product quality via an All-Flash Dev Ops platform Enable modern lightning fast dev methodologies with zero-cost application & datasets full copies. Allow Developers to have zero storage obstacles, zero-overheads, and full prod copies all running at a maximum All-Flash speed, all the time. Dramatically accelerate performance across the entire DevOps ecosystem, enabling 1000's of developers in a real-time to share storage & data resources (lowering your dev costs) but increasing dev speeds with an per engineering experience that feels like the entire application data infrastructure is dedicated to each engineer. Deliver consistent, predictable unique performance for all developers, automated build systems, compiles, and automated QA systems via the industry's leading sub-millisecond All-Flash DevOps storage platform. Accelerate adoption of a continual experimentation, rapid iteration, disruptive fast prototyping & learning through game changing All-Flash based engineering data & storage platform. Powered by XtremIO Virtual Copies (XVC). Presenters: David Brace (Director, Product Marketing)
  • Using Log Data Streams for Real-time Analytics
    In this article we explore four use cases that exemplify why real-time analytics are critical to performance and user experience, highlighting key capabilities that enable real-time analytics in each layer of your system or application.
  • The Business Case for Managing Complexity
    While digital technologies offer businesses a new set of opportunities to create value, the digitalization of the business world is pushing traditional IT to its limit. IT complexity delays the delivery of new tech capabilities, raises capital and operational costs, and makes it harder for IT to help the business. However, technology can be a liberating force that helps companies reinvent themselves. Read this analyst report to learn how a next-generation business suite can break the limitations of the past by simplifying IT with massive simplification and innovation.
  • This Message Will Self-Destruct: The Power of Collaboration with an Expiration Date
    As more people move toward collaboration methods that incorporate revocation or expiration, the enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) space appears to be moving in that direction as well. This capability is particularly critical to factor into an organization's evaluation of an EFSS solution. It impacts not only an organization's ability to protect its files, but also both the economics and risks associated with hoarding files unnecessarily, for both the file owners and their collaborators. Read this white paper to learn the benefits of EFSS tools with real expiration built in.
  • Top 10 TLS/SSL Client, Server, and Application Best Practices
    Ensure that you are using TLS/SSL certificates in the most secure manner. Read this whitepaper for an in-depth breakdown of the top 10 TLS/SSL client, server and application best practices.This whitepaper covers how to ensure that: Security software and settings on your web server are up-to-date. Your Internet browser and client are up-to-date. Your client computers are free of malware. You keep an eye on the expiry date of your organization's TLS/SSL certificates and replace them in a timely manner.
  • Five Steps to Manage the Customer Journey for B2B Success
    Today's customer is more educated and connected than ever before. With seemingly endless choices, and unfettered access to information from peers and other sources – standing out in the market is harder than ever. And lowering prices is not always a winning strategy. So, how can you attract and retain more customers in this new world of business? By focusing on creating extraordinary customer experiences. Learn more in this informative eBook.
  • The Game Plan for Closing the SecOps Gap
    While the joint efforts of security and IT operations ultimately determine an enterprise's security strength, the individual goals of these two groups are often misaligned, thanks to conflicting responsibilities and different metrics for evaluating and rewarding successful performance. The result is what industry analysts are calling a "SecOps gap," where poor collaboration between these two groups results in unnecessary security vulnerabilities, business-system downtime, excessive labor costs, and challenges meeting regulatory requirements. Read this research report to learn the seven technology, corporate culture, and process recommendations on how to eliminate the SecOps gap.
  • Protecting Your Organization from a Data Disaster
    Unexpected data loss can occur at any time. Whether due to natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes and tornadoes or to more common events such as water main breaks, building fires and hardware failures, the consequences of data loss can be extensive and far-reaching. As an IT professional, it's up to you to educate your users and ensure a proper backup and disaster recovery plan is in place.