Toshiba, Western Digital, and Bain Capital have finally reached an agreement that will allow Toshiba to sell their chip division. How will this effect the overall NAND market?
Howard Marks discusses his IT Origins story. Among other things, we talk about working with Albert Finney, using angst as a productivity strategy, and Aloha shirts.
In this post, we look at how Congruity360 manages to establish themselves as a new company in the enterprise IT landscape by leveraging an impressive legacy of managed service offerings.
The Drobo 5N2 is Drobo’s third iteration on a NAS device. If you look at their previous efforts in the field, the Drobo FS and Drobo 5N, you might not notice any external difference at all. Really since the initial Drobo devices in 2007, the company has stayed with their playful minimalist toaster design. Ten […]
On this episode, host Stephen Foskett talks with Mark May, Howard Marks, and Keith Townsend about what makes a failed startup. Are some concepts simply too early, or are there ideas whose time simply never arrives? They look at specific examples like Auspex Systems and Coho Data.
This is post 5 of 11 in the series “IT Origins” Chin-Fah Heoh is a managing consultant, chairman of SNIA (Malaysia), and a technical storage blogger residing in Kuala Lumpur. You can follow Chin-Fah on Twitter, LinkedIn, and his blog. What’s your IT origin story? How long have you been in the field? I was […]
Ahhh the sweet smell of anticipation and diminishing credit score can only mean that the holiday shopping season is upon us again. Gift giving for the IT professional in your life can be stressful at any time of the year. So our crack staff at Gestalt IT has put together a holiday gift guide to make your buying decisions just a little bit easier. This year, we’ve organized the guide according to the different verticals we cover on the site: Cloud, Mobility, Networking, Server(ish), and Storage. Never fear, we’ve got gifts for all budgets. Without further ado, here’s the 2017 Gestalt IT Holiday Gift Guide!
Scale-out storage is great, but does it apply to all enterprise storage needs? The roundtable discusses the premise that all storage should be scale-out.
In this iteration of Gestalt Storage News:
– SNIA works with hyperscalers
– Ryussi’s MoSMB challenges SAMBA
– A Discussion of Technical Debt
Plus an interview with James Green for IT Origins