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19 Mar 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [61429]
Vol 229 Issues 1 and 2; Vol 228 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4; Vol 227 Issue 3 and 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • When Bad Things Happen To Good Clouds: Why You Need A Recovery Plan
  • DevOps Has Reached Critical Mass, CIOs Need To Get On Board
  • Digital Transformation, Innovation And Security
  • How Bitcoin Is Set To Crush Other Currency In 2017
  • Industry Speaks Out in Aftermath of Bitcoin ETF Rejection
  • How CIOs Need To Adapt Or Die In The World Of Digital Transformation
  • Like HGST/WD, Seagate With 12TB Enterprise 3.5-Inch Helium HDD
  • Can Driverless Cars Eliminate Traffic?
  • Government Applications Of IoT
  • CIO Quick Takes: What's Your Strategic Focus?

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16 Mar 2017 5 Eye-Popping Facts About Dell EMC's Assault On The All-Flash Market [61578]
CRN, March 16th, 2017

Matt Brown writes, "Seizing upon some recent stats from research firm IDC, as well as internal data, Dell EMC storage chief Jeff Boudreau lays out some big numbers from Dell EMC's past year in all-flash storage technology.

In a recent blog, Boudreau recounts Dell EMC's all-flash successes from the past year and looks ahead to the near future, when he says Dell EMC will continue to put distance between itself and other all-flash market players and introduce its first storage system with NVMe.

Boudreau, senior vice president and general manager of midrange storage, admits that perhaps Dell EMC was a little late to the all-flash game, but notes that the company shipped more than an Exabyte of all-flash array capacity in 2016. Here are five key points from Boudreau's Dell EMC all-flash redux..."
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13 Mar 2017 Why Laptops Won'T Come With Larger SSDs This Year [61555]
ComputerWorld, March 13th, 2017

"A tight NAND flash chip supply is pushing up prices for SSDs...

A dearth in NAND flash chip supply will cause the prices of mainstream solid-state drives (SSDs) to leap by as much as 16% this quarter over the previous quarter, meaning laptop makers won't likely offer consumers higher capacity SSDs in their new systems, according to a report from market research firm DRAMeXchange.

On average, contract prices for multi-level cell (MLC) SSDs supplied to the PC manufacturing industry are projected to go up by 12% to 16% compared with the final quarter of 2016; prices of triple-level cell (TLC) SSDs are expected to rise by 10% to 16% sequentially, according to DRAMeXchange..."
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12 Mar 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [61216]
Vol 229 Issue 1; Vol 228 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4; Vol 227 Issue 2, 3 and 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • Care About Big Data Analytics? Better Pay Attention To Splunk And Elastic Stack
  • SaaS Is Eating The Infrastructure World
  • SAN Arrays Maintain Primary Data Storage Dominance, For Now
  • A Survival Guide For The Coming AI Revolution
  • Security Alert Overload Threatens To Bury Security Teams
  • Java 9 Gets A Release Date: July 27
  • Classification Of Data Can Solve Your Data Storage Problems
  • Privacy Issues In 2017
  • The Hidden Risks Of Legacy Email Archives
  • Big Data Protection In The Age Of Machine Learning

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12 Mar 2017 SAN Arrays Maintain Primary Data Storage Dominance, For Now [61240]
SearchStorage, March 3rd, 2017

James Alan Miller wries in SearchStorage, "Solid-state flash is the most sought-after technology for primary storage, as storage area networks remain the main focus of increasing capacity for most enterprises.

Enterprises today may be discovering new and innovative ways to make better use of secondary storage assets to advance business interests through improved analytics, data protection and DevOps, but it is primary data storage that remains the lifeblood of most organizations..."
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