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4 questions on Augmented Data Management

Published on May 15, 2019 5:58:05 PM

4 questions for Bernard Peultier our VP Innovation and CEO of Nextino, the all-new research lab created last January Why did Atempo decide to create a research laboratory for applied Artificial Intelligence for data storage?  Unstructured data volumes increase 10 times faster than structured...

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Atempo Miria - Webinar Catch-Up: Backup & Migration for high capacity storages in 4 use cases

Published on Apr 5, 2019 9:03:40 PM

Topic: Atempo MIRIA - Backup and Migration for Peta scale STORAGES - Duration: 38mn - Customer cases: File storage migration between storage vendors, Backup for billion of very small files and large files.- Keywords: Migration, DellEMC  Isilon, Qumulo, FastScan, Unstructured data, , Miria ...

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Economical archiving for legacy media files - the case of Myspace

Published on Mar 21, 2019 3:55:03 PM

Myspace recently caused a stir after announcing they had lost millions of music, video and image files uploaded prior to 2015. The site reported that data was corrupted during a server migration. Lots of questions remain as to why there was no valid backup or archive to restore lost files. Of...

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5 Reasons You Need Atempo’s Miria for Migration

Published on Mar 11, 2019 9:43:33 AM

Not all data management software products are created equal. The exponential growth of large volumes of unstructured data is forcing many data-driven organizations to adopt new technology solutions that can deliver the migration, backup and archiving tools that can handle and manage massive...

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The secret behind petascale NAS backups

Published on Feb 27, 2019 4:45:00 PM

  Meet John Meet John. There's a question which has been eating into his sleep time lately: “What's the best way to back up/backup my peta-scale Isilon NAS?”.  John's been trying to run this backup for quite some time and always comes up against the same problem: the backup window is too...

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Atempo Webinar: Large Data Migration, December 2018

Published on Dec 19, 2018 10:29:48 AM

Topic: MIGRATING petabyte file volumes - Duration: 30mn - Use case: M&E customer with 5PB of large files to migrate - Keywords: FastScan, Incremental backup Migrating unstructured file data between storages is complex and not without risk. Solutions such as rsync and robocopy do not always...

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Barchester Healthcare deploy Atempo Live Navigator to protect critical data in over 200 UK sites

Published on Nov 5, 2018 2:11:13 PM

Atempo Live Navigator (Lina) case study - Barchester Healthcare, UK "Atempo support is great, the products are great" Andy G., Barchester Healthcare IT Manager, Inverness, Scotland.   Barchester Healthcare is one of the UK’s largest quality care providers delivering high quality care services to...

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Atempo Time Navigator version 4.6.2 now available!

Published on Oct 10, 2018 2:02:41 PM

ATEMPO unveils the new features of tina version 4.6.2  Paris, 10 October, 2018  Atempo, data protection, storage, movement and recovery specialist announces the availability of version 4.6.2 of Time Navigator. Tina is backup software for physical and virtual servers and applications to answer...

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MSV Post (UK) use Atempo to protect, archive and retrieve data

Published on Sep 25, 2018 6:51:22 PM

Atempo-Digital Archive (ADA) user case ATEMPO CUSTOMER - MSV POST, UK The post production company MSV Post, part of the Tinopolis Group, is one of the largest independent television producers and suppliers to major broadcasters. MSV Post handles post production for all broadcast genres...

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When backup windows are too short for petabyte-scale protection

Published on Sep 21, 2018 10:43:58 AM

Managing massive unstructured data sets Managing massive unstructured data sets in excess of 100 TB is today becoming increasingly common. And higher up the scale, new members are joining the petabyte club every day. Unfortunately for some, protecting large volumes is simply no longer possible....

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