Network Computing Spotlights 10 Hot Storage Startups
When it comes to making data storage decisions for your business, established players aren't the only choice. Network Computing highlights 10 startups you should know.
Nov 5, 2014
NEW YORK, Nov. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Data storage is at the heart of the datacenter.
The importance of data – to the company, to the network, to the datacenter itself – is more important than ever to the enterprise. How do you figure out which companies you can trust with storing, securing, and retaining your data?
In most cases, datacenters and large enterprises turn toward the establishment players in the IT storage market to provide the technology and know-how.
Still, there are many interesting, and under-the-radar, storage startups that are innovating in this field that IT managers, network administrators, and CIOs should know. Who are the hottest storage startups?
Network Computing and author Crystal Bedell have created a useful guide for networking, datacenter, and IT managers who want to know more about what storage startups are out there, and what these firms can offer in place of the big vendors. This look at 10 Sizzling Startups can be found at the Network Computing website, and offers a quick and precise guide to these particular startups.
As always, Network Computing wants to hear from its readers. Is there a startup that the report missed? Are there other interesting vendors out there readers should know about? Tell the editors in the comments section of the site.
For more information about Network Computing's look at new IT storage startups, click here.
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