Tuesday March 6, 2018

Software Defined Storage is becoming the new normal.  This is a positive solution for both customers and vendors.  Storage infrastructure, except those specifically designed to niche tasks, will or should move to SDS.  It is the only way to be part of the hybrid-cloud world we live in.   If a vendor does not have flexible […]

Tuesday March 6, 2018

In this first part of the ongoing Technology Trends podcast, moderator Tom Hughes discusses the what, how, and why of software defined storage with Ciber Technology’s Solution Architect and Storage Specialist, Chris Walker. Listen to part one below:

Tuesday March 6, 2018

We finish our talk on software defined storage in this second part of Data without Borders. Here, moderator Tom Hughes asks Ciber Technology’s Chris Walker where we can expect SDS to go in the future. Listen to the second part below. Click here to listen to part one.

Tuesday March 6, 2018

Software-defined storage has been getting a lot of attention lately, but what is it exactly? What does it mean to use SDS? In this whitepaper, Ciber’s own Chris Walker describes what SDS is, the major players within the technology, where SDS is headed, and what businesses should consider for their SDS strategy.   Download whitepaper

Monday December 11, 2017

Is your critical data safe? If something were to happen to your business – be it a natural disaster, like a hurricane, or something unnatural, like a server failure – would your data survive? Would your employees be able to access their programs, applications, and files? Would your business be able to continue without critical […]

Monday December 11, 2017

In the data center environment, IBM i is a powerful operating system running on IBM Power Systems, a turnkey type of OS that requires little or no on-site attention from IT staff during normal operation times. Featuring DB2 support, column level encryption, PowerHA, and more, IBM i is another point in IBM’s status as a […]

Monday December 11, 2017

By now you’ve probably heard that IBM will be ending support for its IBM i 7.1 system in April 2018. That’s only 4 months away, so if you haven’t begun the process of updating, you should absolutely consider it. Not only does upgrading mean you’re keeping up to date with the latest version, but you’re […]