The latest news articles, editorials, discussions and analyses on Tarmin, the GridBank Data Management Platform and its successes across the dynamic Data Defined Storage, data management and big data markets
Tarmin has been recognized as one of the 2014’s hottest emerging technology vendors by CRN, the top news source for solution providers and the IT Channel. The award identifies up-and-coming technology vendors that have introduced innovative new products, creating opportunities for channel partners in North America to create high-value, cutting-edge solutions for their customers.
Tarmin has been selected as a finalist in the 2014 Capital Finance International Oil & Gas Awards in the ‘Most Secure Data Storage – Global 2014’ category. The Oil & Gas Awards is based on innovation, implementation of sustainability, financial performance, market leadership, transparency, stakeholder engagement, customer satisfaction and strength of nomination and recognizes the very highest levels of achievement in the industry.
Cheque Your Data Value Barclays is experimenting with a new technology to allow customers to deposit cheques via a digital image. While the benefits of this technology are tremendous, including dramatically improving convenience for customers, there are also security, regulatory and technology challenges for retail banks to consider. Discover how Shahbaz addresses this innovation and uncovers what’s in store for FinTech in a recent article published by Business Money.
Global Banking and Financial Review recently published Tarmin’s research article ‘IT Managers Struggle to Manage The Data Deluge with Inadequate Budgets’. The research concludes that most organizations are required to do more with less, and as such are feeling the pressure of rampant data growth combined with the constraints placed on IT Managers and primarily lack of budget.
Recent research from Tarmin, concludes that c-suite executives lack understanding for the data storage challenge, and the pressures put on IT managers faced with the arduous task of managing the exponential data with inadequate budgets. Furthermore, research shows that nearly 1/3 of firms stated that achieving Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) rules takes 12+ months.
Tech Page One published an article, ‘Building Big Data Storage’, which discusses how the amount of data businesses are producing, collecting and managing is only going to grow. The article goes on to suggest that businesses should keep a close eye on the dynamic storage landscape, including three newer storage technologies: object storage, software-defined storage, and Data Defined Storage.
The Science 2.0 article, Hidden Benefit To The ACA: It May Help Bring Science 2.0 To Pass, included a blog post on the implications healthcare providers, and the vendors who service them, to handle the accelerated development of tools that can address the data deluge of patient, and provider information. The article mentions that software-defined storage infrastructures have gotten healthcare providers to where they are today, but the future of Science 2.0 may be with data defined storage techniques.
A recent article published by Datanami, Software-Defined Storage Takes Off As Big Data Gets Bigger, highlights Tarmin, GridBank and the Data Defined Storage approach, stating that the emerging category is starting to make itself known. Furthermore, the article discusses how Data Defined Storage goes beyond the capabilities of object storage and software-defined storage with the addition of global storage that’s independent of media types, integrated data security and identity management, and a distributed metadata repository.
In a Gigaom Research report: Unifying petabyte-scale unstructured data: enhancing enterprise data value, John Webster explores how implementing a data centric approach to storage allows the data, based on its usage and business value, define the enterprise storage architecture, to unite and expose data locked in silos to multiple business applications and analytics processes without adding cost, complexity and risk.
Shahbaz Ali, President and CEO of Tarmin was featured by Network Computing on the differences between Object Storage, Software-defined storage and Data Defined Storage, and the article begs the question, which storage platform is suitable to support your organizations big data analytics initiative?
Tarmin Director of Marketing, Linda Thomson, met up with Jon Toigo of Toigo Partners International at IBM Edge2014, where he was given an overview of Tarmin’s flagship product, GridBank Data Management Platform, the leading Data Defined Storage solution that is driving a monumental data centric shift in the storage industry.
For the fourth year in a row, Tarmin is a Storage Awards recipient. The Storries, now in their 11th year awards outstanding products, services and people within the industry. Tarmin took home the Channel Partner Program of the Year award at the June 12th ceremony that was held at the Grand Connaught Rooms in London.
Tarmin has been invited as an honored guest to attend the 27th Annual CIO 100 Symposium and Awards Ceremony, an elegant gala celebration of the 100 IT organizations and the people leading them. Tarmin CEO and president, Shahbaz Ali will represent Tarmin at the prestigious event taking place in August.
Tarmin signed Lucr Ltd, a leading UK value added reseller of IT infrastructure architecture and cloud solutions as a Tarmin OverDrive channel partner. Lucr will offer Tarmin’s award winning GridBank Data Management Platform to enterprise and cloud customers.
DrunkenData, Jon Toigo’s blog for storage administrators and data managers, listed Tarmin as a smarter software company due to its unique Data Defined Storage approach with GridBank. Tarmin will be featured in the second edition of IT-SENSE, which covers the twin issues of data and infrastructure management in the coming months.
Tarmin named 2014 CIO 100 Award winner by CIO Magazine. Tarmin received the recognition for pioneering Data Defined Storage, and delivering an outstanding example of the transformative power of IT to drive revenue growth and a competitive advantage.
In a recent interview with InsideBIGDATA, Shahbaz Ali discusses how Tarmin is setting itself apart by capitalizing on the robust capabilities of Data Defined Storage. The interview goes on to highlight the unique data centric functionality of GridBank Data Management Platform, Tarmin’s flagship product and the leading Data Defined Storage solution available on the market today.
Data Informed published an article by Shahbaz Ali, president and CEO of Tarmin identifying the advantages of using a data centric approach for unstructured data management. The article goes on to discuss how Data Defined Storage architectures help organizations address and resolve challenges associated with unstructured data scattered in disparate silos across multiple applications and platforms.
Tarmin recently received the World Finance 100 Award at the London Stock Exchange. Tarmin won this award for pioneering Data Defined Storage, among other distinguished companies who have displayed growth potential, new market categorization, new product innovation and quality.
Storage Strategies Now included the Tarmin GridBank 4.0 general availability announcement in their newsletter. The write-up highlights key enhancements and improvements of the 4.0 version of the Data Defined Storage platform.
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