The Storage Made Easy engineering team is constantly working on strengthening the File Fabric product set and one of the features they are currently working on is the File Content Intelligence feature.
The video below takes a look at the File Content Intelligence feature, how it interacts with the File Fabric’s data automation rules and how it provides value to the Media and Entertainment industry.
There is further information on the File Fabric for Media here.by
Third party data breaches continue at a pace even at 2018 closes, with the latest being the healthcare provider Atrium Health.
The move to Cloud is for many companies is both a blessing and a curse as it creates a potentially larger attack vector surface areas for would be hackers coupled with an increased reliance on external providers who may themselves be attacked.by
During the OpenStack Summit in Berlin, James Norman, Engineering Manager at SME, presented a live demo on:
How to transfer assets between storage tiers quickly and efficiently?
How to archive data onto Object as part of our existing workflows?
How to distribute content stored on Object Storage securely?
The official videos from the event have not been posted yet but you can catch a video from James presenting this below:by
Sometimes, editing documents can be a pain. Your colleague might ask you to add something to a document, but to edit it, you need to download it, open it, edit the document, save it, re-upload it. You then might have the email exchange of why it won’t open on their machine but it does open fine on yours. It’s a hassle. But there is an easier way. Continue reading “New – Edit your documents with Microsoft Office Online and the File Fabric”by
Storage Made Easy offers three different hosting models for its Enterprise File FabricTM product solutions.
Below are some notes to help understand the choices and decide which offering may be best suited for an organization. Continue reading “Exploring The Deployment Topologies and Service Offerings for the Enterprise File Fabric”by
At Storage Made Easy we are best known for our Enterprise File FabricTM, but we also sell desktop only Drives and dedicatedaApplication Explorers that make using object storage systems such as S3 and compatibles, Azure Blob Storage, Google Cloud Storage and OpenStack Swift, from the Windows desktop, simple. These desktop tools don’t need or use the File Fabric; you just install them, point them directly at your storage (on-premises or on-cloud) and they are ready for use.by