Charlie Dewey

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Managed Data Services

Managed Data Services includes the day-to-day management of enterprise data – aka what we call shared data. This includes exports, conversions, imports, consolidations, configurations, and security audits generally across departments and/or geographic areas. Managed Data services include: Managed Storage Managed Backups DBA Managed Database A number of clients we now work with professed to do …

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What is data storage

What is Data and Data Storage

Data storage is the collection and retention of digital information—the 1’s and 0’s that make up bits and bytes behind applications, network protocols, emails, documents, media, address books, user preferences, and more…. Storage of data and how it is accessed is now a vital part of everyday life as we have come to rely on …

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What is enterprise storage?

Enterprise storage is a centralised storage system that businesses use for managing and protecting data. It also enables data sharing through connectivity to various computers in a network environment that includes UNIX, LINUX, Object and Microsoft platforms. Enterprise storage differs from consumer storage with respect to the size of the storage operations and also the …

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What is data security?

Data is defined as facts or figures, or information that’s stored in or used by a computer and Data security includes identifying, evaluating and reducing risks related to the protection of that data. Security of data can involve a wide set of protective measures against both accidental and intentional unauthorised access, use and modification that …

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Data Storage. What type do I need?

Data may be your most valuable resource. It’s certainly not an endangered one. It pours into organizations from every conceivable source – operational and transactional systems; scanners, sensors and smart meters; inbound and outbound customer contact points; mobile media and the Web.

Object Storage

Object Storage. What is it and why do we need it?

Data may be your most valuable resource. It’s certainly not an endangered one. It pours into organizations from every conceivable source – operational and transactional systems; scanners, sensors and smart meters; inbound and outbound customer contact points; mobile media and the Web.

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