- Published: 18 February 2016
Accelerate Innovation with Data Defined Storage
CEO Newsletter February 2016
Understanding at the core why data is important to your organization will help you construct a data storage infrastructure that will stand the test of time. Build for the future, plan for growth but remain granular in your policies. Data is the common denominator for all organizations no matter size, type or location – what you make of your proprietary assets is the difference between game-changing competitive advantage and status quo.
Take a look at the recent successes of Data Defined Storage and Tarmin GridBank below:
Tarmin to Demonstrate GridBank at Technology Live!
Tarmin Discusses Trends in Data Storage at CIO Event
Tarmin Featured in IBM Data-Aware E-Guide
Tarmin at the Forefront of Data-Aware Storage
Tarmin Featured in Datamation: Trends in Information Governance
Tarmin will be demonstrating the GridBank Enterprise technology at the upcoming Technology Live! Event. As one of a very few handpicked companies at the event, Tarmin will be showcasing the GridBank solution to a highly knowledgeable, technical audience and to demonstrate how it differs from anything else on the market. The sold out event has drawn in industry-leading bloggers, journalists and analysts eager to learn about the top technology in action.
Shahbaz Ali recently participated in the EOH CIO Connect breakfast been in Johannesburg, South Africa as the feature presenter. Shahbaz presented on the trends in data storage, including Tarmin’s data centric approach and how to treat data as a valuable asset instead of a liability or an ongoing cost center. Shahbaz discussed how to stay compliant by enforcing business policies, ensuring long-term preservation of data and enabling efficient discovery and finally the importance of metadata to gain a competitive advantage and improve the decision making process.
IBM published an e-guide explaining data-aware storage, and why storage technologies are making the shift from data-dumb to data-aware. The article highlights Tarmin as one of the companies spearheading this change, by deploying Data Defined Storage, which takes a unique approach and applies data-aware methods to solve business issues while also creating business value. The e-guide describes how data-aware storage is not only possible but already delivering benefits to customers by reducing management costs, improving business insights and reducing risk.
Tarmin was featured in a recent InfoStor article written by Jeff Kato, Senior Analyst at The Taneja Group. The article explores data-aware storage, also known as data defined storage, and recognizes Tarmin as one of the storage vendors at the forefront of this new data era that solves very real business storage challenges including providing insights, reducing risks, improving governance and automating storage management.
In a recent Datamation article, Tarmin GridBank is highlighted for its ability to provide information governance tools for unstructured data. Using its global namespace, GridBank pools data across distributed storage hardware and aggregates storage and Information governance services including search, eDiscovery and analytics.