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Storage Trends 2018-2020

December 15th, 2017|MatrixStore, object storage, storage|Comments Off on Storage Trends 2018-2020

DataFrameworks and Object Matrix team up to enable file-to-object archive workflows

December 7th, 2017|Archives, Archiving, MatrixStore, object storage, Press Releases, storage, Technology|Comments Off on DataFrameworks and Object Matrix team up to enable file-to-object archive workflows

Object Matrix Enables Transatlantic Storage for MEDIAPRO

November 30th, 2017|Customers, object storage, Press Releases, Spanish, storage|Comments Off on Object Matrix Enables Transatlantic Storage for MEDIAPRO

Storage is Dead. Long live Digital Content Governance!

November 20th, 2017|MatrixStore, object storage, storage|Comments Off on Storage is Dead. Long live Digital Content Governance!

LTO7 is Dead. Arise Sir LTO8!

November 20th, 2017|Archives, Archiving, Digital Preservation, MatrixStore, object storage|Comments Off on LTO7 is Dead. Arise Sir LTO8!

Goodbye PMR. Hello HAMR. Mr. DNA

November 28th, 2017|MatrixStore, object storage, storage|Comments Off on Goodbye PMR. Hello HAMR. Mr. DNA

Where Video Analytics is Concerned, AI is the New Old Kid in Town

November 24th, 2017|MatrixStore, object storage, storage, WIG|Comments Off on Where Video Analytics is Concerned, AI is the New Old Kid in Town

Million dollar marketing budgets & Linux servers

November 17th, 2017|Cloud, MatrixStore, object storage, storage|Comments Off on Million dollar marketing budgets & Linux servers

20 Things to do with an Old MatrixStore Faceplate

November 17th, 2017|silly|Comments Off on 20 Things to do with an Old MatrixStore Faceplate

Three reasons media organisations are moving content from LTO to private clouds

November 8th, 2017|Cloud, industry, MatrixStore, object storage, storage, Technology|Comments Off on Three reasons media organisations are moving content from LTO to private clouds