Syncsort spun out its ‘data protection’ technology in January of 2014 and when it did, Catalogic Software was born. But why the name Catalogic Software and what does that have to do with ‘data protection’? I find myself answering that question a lot lately as I have been briefing press and analysts on the state of Catalogic as we gear up for the NTAP Insight events in Las Vegas and Berlin.
So how did Catalogic… Read more »
So, it’s been a little bit of time since the last post. As you may have seen, I have taken on a new role as the VP of Marketing and Strategy at Catalogic Software, so things have been a bit busy here the last few weeks.
First, Catalogic Software is a private equity buy out of the larger entity Syncsort who has been around since 1968 – the year I was born. During their life… Read more »
Let me get this straight, I am going to go back to my days of blogging about data deduplication? What?
The reality is that data deduplication is really one of the latest technologies to become commoditized. More and more we are hearing about “Software Defined Infrastructure” or “Software Defined Storage”. This makes sense to me especially when you have the ability to start taking the specialty storage services such as virtualization, thin provisioning, and deduplication… Read more »