They believe as we do that by solving the copy data
problem, enterprises can transform their businesses and be more agile in serving their customers.
May 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Catalogic Software, the leading software provider of intelligent copy data
solutions, today announced that IBM has invited Catalogic CEO, Ed Walsh, to address a group session at IBM Edge 2015 to be held May 11-15, 2015 at The Venetian in Las Vegas.
Our product knocks out companies' cost for copy data
management by a factor of 18 to 20.
The power of Actifio's award winning Copy Data
Storage platform lies in its ability to capture data from applications across the enterprise, minimise the movement of the data across the network and optimise its storage to reduce the overall cost of data management by up to 90 per cent.
During the course of event, Sarfaraz Kazi, Director Technical at Spectrami made presentation on the dynamics of copy data
storage management and how Actifio works to solve the problem of data explosion that is being confronted by enterprises.
Actifio copy data
management software and servers from all major
Actifio believes that Copy Data
Management, defined by Gartner as products that can "perform a host of functions, including backup, archiving, replication and creation of test data using a minimal number of copies," addresses user frustrations with traditional backup and recovery approaches.
Storage is quickly becoming the world's best platform to manage the data explosion.
Operators can write memos on the screen with a touch pen, import images of molded products by connecting an optional USB camera, and copy data
directly onto other robots.
The software is said to copy data
automatically as soon as it is amended or entered, with continual backup throughout the day, enabling lost information to be located quickly.
Not only is it much faster to copy data
from one drive to the next, it also has minimal impact on the performance of the RAID engine and the affected logical drive.
The ColorFlex Tomato Meter can be connected to a printer if hard copy data