SSG Now Voice of the Customer Reports

Below is a list of our current Voice of the Customer Reports

  • iQ Media Uses Swarm for Maintenance-free, Massively Scalable Storage

    […] Published on Monday, April 17th, 2017 | Deni Connor
  • School District securely cleans PC drives, donates to students and faculty

    Don Childress feels good about using Jetico’s BCWipe Total WipeOut to help give back to his community and reduce unnecessary electronic waste. Published on Wednesday, September 19th, 2012 | Deni Connor
  • iQ Media Uses Swarm for Maintenance-free, Massively Scalable Storage

    […] Published on Monday, April 17th, 2017 | Deni Connor
  • Catbird and Reduxio

    […] Published on Thursday, July 28th, 2016 | Deni Connor
  • Winthrop University deploys Gridstore: Nets scalable, highly available, inexpensive storage

    Storage growth is a problem for many businesses, whether they are large or small. It causes problems with the acquisition of storage – Can the existing system be easily expanded to accommodate growth? Is it scalable enough to support additional growth? Is the cost of maintaining the existing system more expensive than acquiring a new system? Those were the questions James Hammond faced. They were the problems that concerned him when he went looking for a new storage system that would keep up with his data growth. Published on Friday, May 15th, 2015 | Deni Connor
  • City of Austin nabs a Caringo object storage system for business-critical architecture

    Storage growth is a problem for many businesses, whether they are large or small and leads to a number of technical and business questions that keep system architects and administrators up at night. Among the many questions, some of the most pressing are: How long does it take to acquire and deploy? Is the system scalable enough to support additional growth? Is the cost of maintaining the existing system more expensive than acquiring a new system? In the age of the cloud, can the system support an OPEX rather than CAPEX purchase model? Those questions were just a few that Tony Williams needed to answer. They were what drove him to go looking for a new storage system that would keep up with his data growth and that would save him money by being based on quickly available commodity x86-based server hardware. Published on Friday, May 15th, 2015 | Deni Connor
  • Zetta.net’s cloud backup models high availability and data protection for the University of Arizona Center for Creative Photography

    he University of Arizona’s Center for Creative Photography is located in Tucson, Arizona. The Center’s massive collection of photographs makes it a world-class research center and academic art museum. The priceless collection houses over 150,000 fine prints and more than six million archival items. It is the best collection of American photography in the world, and one of the best collections worldwide – perhaps the very best. The Center sports the most advanced physical security available today but its growing digital assets lacked the same level of protection. The large and fast-growing content store required high performance backup and disaster recovery (DR) with equally massive scalability. Jim Coleman, the Center’s business relationship manager for IT, chose Zetta.net for the task. Published on Tuesday, May 12th, 2015 | Deni Connor
  • Dell end-to-end products speed freight shipping for Amerijet

    When Jennifer Torlone acquired, installed and configured a new Dell Compellent Storage Center SAN and a completely Dell converged datacenter, it was the culmination of her goal to 'make IT invisible.' "Our first goal for IT was to become invisible," says Torlone, senior director, Technology and Information Services at Amerijet Holdings, a multi-modal global transportation company, headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. "That's a goal I set for the team. It took two years and a redesign of the network to get there, but we are invisible now," says Torlone. Published on Tuesday, August 13th, 2013 | Deni Connor
  • World’s largest social discovery site chooses object storage

    […] Published on Monday, June 10th, 2013 | Deni Connor
  • Keek: Charging ahead of unbounded video growth

    […] Published on Tuesday, February 12th, 2013 | Deni Connor
  • Wire Belt deploys Actifio’s Protection and Availability Storage to simplify data protection

    Wire Belt, a manufacturer of conveyor systems and belts used in the snack and poultry industry and headquartered in Londonderry, N.H., was facing a multitude of problems with their backup and data protection infrastructure. Their backups were not completing in the time allowed and the amount of data that needed to be backed up and protected was growing. Add to that that half their backups failed to complete, that they had no way or time to verify whether tape backups were even good and that the company had no reliable and secure way to get tapes offsite for disaster recovery and business continuity. Published on Wednesday, September 19th, 2012 | Deni Connor
  • Boots & Coots adopts virtual WAN acceleration to speed backup and disaster recovery

    Boots & Coots, a well control fire suppression and prevention company headquartered in Houston with offices worldwide, was facing a problem – the amount of data they were replicating multiple times each day for data protection was piling up and they were having queuing problems – replication jobs wouldn’t have completed before the next job was scheduled to begin. After deploying Certeon’s aCelera™ Sync WAN optimization software, they were able to replicate data without interruption and reduce their network bandwidth utilization by up to 90 percent. Published on Wednesday, September 19th, 2012 | Deni Connor