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By: Pure Storage     Published Date: Jul 18, 2017
This IDC study represents a vendor assessment model called the IDC MarketScape. It's a quantitative and qualitative assessment of the characteristics that assess vendors' current and future success in the AFA market segment and provide a measure of the vendors' ascendancy to become a Leader or maintain a leadership position. IDC MarketScape assessments are particularly helpful in emerging markets that are often fragmented, have several players, and lack clear leaders.
Tags : flash performance, latencies, stripped data, storage techniques, technology efficiency, vendors, api support, odx, usage statistics
     Pure Storage
By: Pure Storage     Published Date: Jul 26, 2017
This IDC study represents a vendor assessment model called the IDC MarketScape. It's a quantitative and qualitative assessment of the characteristics that assess vendors' current and future success in the AFA market segment and provide a measure of the vendors' ascendancy to become a Leader or maintain a leadership position. IDC MarketScape assessments are particularly helpful in emerging markets that are often fragmented, have several players, and lack clear leaders.
Tags : flash performance, latencies, stripped data, storage techniques, technology efficiency, vendors, api support, odx, usage statistics
     Pure Storage
By: Cisco     Published Date: Apr 08, 2015
Zero-day attacks and advanced persistent threats have outstripped the capabilities of traditional security methods that rely exclusively on detection and blocking for protection. In fact, 100 percent of companies surveyed by Cisco, as part of our Annual Security Report, have connections to domains that are known to host malicious files or services. At the same time, the Internet of Everything (IoE) is accelerating, creating significant opportunities for businesses and attackers alike as more things come online - along with the people, processes, and data that interact with them.
Tags : security, attacks, data, domain, zero-day, capabilities, malicious files, blocking, protection, data management
     Cisco
By: Cisco     Published Date: Apr 08, 2015
Zero-day attacks and advanced persistent threats have outstripped the capabilities of traditional security methods that rely exclusively on detection and blocking for protection. In fact, 100 percent of companies surveyed by Cisco, as part of our Annual Security Report, have connections to domains that are known to host malicious files or services. At the same time, the Internet of Everything (IoE) is accelerating, creating significant opportunities for businesses and attackers alike as more things come online - along with the people, processes, and data that interact with them.
Tags : security, attacks, data, domain, zero-day, capabilities, malicious files, blocking, protection, data management
     Cisco
By: Cisco     Published Date: Mar 03, 2015
Zero-day attacks and advanced persistent threats have outstripped the capabilities of traditional security methods that rely exclusively on detection and blocking. At the same time, the Internet of Everything (IoE) is accelerating. Opportunities are opening up for businesses and attackers alike as more things come online, along with the people, processes, and data that interact with them.
Tags : security, detection, blocking, data, data management
     Cisco
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