The costs of designing, deploying, operating, and supporting data centers continue to rise. Seagate services, features, and platforms enable you to increase operational efficiency by driving unneeded cost out of the data center.Learn more about the Strategic Application of Storage >
Curb concerns over both the financial and environmental costs of ever-increasing data center power use.
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Reduce the time it takes to retire or repurpose a hard drive from days to mere seconds.
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Recover a high-capacity RAID sets faster and less error-prone.
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Nearly all drives eventually leave the data center and their owners’ control; in fact, Seagate estimates that 50,000 drives are retired from data centers daily. Corporate data resides on such drives, and when most leave the data center, the data they contain is still readable
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Seagate Self-Encrypting Drive technology helps data center management reduce the risk of data breach.
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Innovating for the cloud will not happen in a vacuum. Cloud solutions brought to market must be the result of a collaborative effort among suppliers, partners, and end customers. Seagate joined OpenStack and Open Compute Project to partner with industry leaders to define and promote open source standards for cloud computing
“With the Seagate Kinetic Open Storage platform, our internal R&D teams have designed an unique, first-of-its-kind storage architecture to enable cheaper, more scalable object storage solutions that free up IT professionals from having to invest in hardware and software they don’t need— while empowering them with the most innovative storage technology available.” —Rocky Pimentel, Seagate CMO. Read more >
I went searching through the backups I have (yes, I have backups) of my old presentations from 1997-2002, when I was running a consulting practice and found a couple of slides I will use as the basis of this blog. Both of these presentations were from 1998. I changed my approach from talking about Backup […] ...
In today’s world, we create, exchange, and analyze data on a truly incredible scale. Still, one important process can sometimes be overlooked: backing that data up. In fact, 96% of all business workstations are not backed up, creating a risk of data loss that can be easily avoided by putting a simple process […] ...
Backup was once a straightforward and some would say inconsequential process. It happened out of site, after hours, with tapes trucked off site to remote locations. The result was data recovery that was not always fast or reliable. In cases of site disaster or audit requirements the disadvantages of this laissez faire approach quickly became […] ...
Scene One – You’re downloading a new song from your favorite artist that you’ve been waiting weeks for but you can’t. Why? No more space. Scene Two – You just picked up the latest video game for your console or PC and are about to install it. But you can’t because you get this error […] ...