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BusinessWeek: Home Is Where The Data Is

by Steve Pao – November 4, 2016

 

The subtitle of this article summarizes the concept well, which is "For those with large troves," the cloud may not be ideal."


Petabyte-scale data volumes are growing commonplace, and laws of physics constrain the ability to get these large data volumes to the public cloud.  We are featured in this article, as well as others involved in this growing awareness of this constraint.  Gartner, Allen Brain Institute, Dropbox, VMware, and Atlassian are also covered.

Read more at Bloomberg Businessweek.


 

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