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Arraya Insights Vodcast: Episode 4

Arraya Insights| May 18, 2021

Episode 4: A Candid Conversation with Cohesity’s Field CTOs On this episode of the Arraya Insights Vodcast, our panel welcomes special guests, Chris Colotti and Jon Hildebrand, Cohesity Field CTOs, to tackle a wide range of topics including the cloud, backup and recovery, ransomware, and more. Prefer an audio format? Subscribe to our Arraya Insights […]

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Highlights and Analysis from Dell EMC World 2017

Arraya Insights| May 17, 2017

The name may have changed, however last week’s Dell EMC World remained an excellent place to get a look at IT’s present and future. The company’s first global conference since last year’s groundbreaking merger did not disappoint those who made the trek to Las Vegas for the conference, which ran from May 8 – May […]

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vSphere Data Protection Goes EOA – What’s Next? (& 5 Other Pressing Questions)

Arraya Insights| April 27, 2017

Heads up: VMware just announced its vSphere Data Protection (VDP) offering has reached end of availability (EOA). This means all vSphere versions coming after 6.5 will no longer feature the backup and recovery solution. Naturally, customers who count on vSphere Data Protection to defend their virtualized data are going to have a few concerns as it […]

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How Dell EMC's DPA Will Have You Feeling Good About Backups

Arraya Insights| March 2, 2017

Picture having greater insight into your data protection environment. Imagine getting that insight without adding to the workloads of those managing said environment. Now imagine that – and forgive the paraphrase of a popular horror movie trope – the tool that would allow you to do those things is already in your data center. Data […]

Put Your Incident Response Plan Together Before The Next Attack

Arraya Insights| February 28, 2017

News came out recently that Yahoo agreed to a $350M cut on its sale price to Verizon following the disclosure of two massive security breaches. Yahoo is also on the hook for 50% of any future costs. Some experts are estimating the security breaches will end up costing Yahoo around $1.5B. The Identity Theft Resource […]

An Inside Look at Arraya’s Mini Microsoft Ignite Event

Arraya Insights| December 19, 2016

Recently, Arraya gave folks who were unable to attend Microsoft’s Ignite conference back in September a second chance to immerse themselves in the tech giant’s world. Speakers from both Arraya and Microsoft were on hand at Microsoft’s Malvern, PA offices to showcase Ignite highlights, upcoming releases, and more. This new event, which was billed as […]

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EMC Offers Customers a Chance to Save on Backup and Recovery

Arraya Insights| February 16, 2015

It may not be as punchy as “Be Mine” and it probably won’t fit on just one conversation heart, but what IT leader wouldn’t have loved to get the following message this Valentine’s Day: “Here’s a chance to upgrade your backup and recovery capabilities without breaking the bank in the process?” Well, guess what? EMC […]

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Arraya Briefing Center Offers a Unique Learning Experience

Arraya Insights| February 10, 2015

At Arraya, we pride ourselves on the level of personalized service and attention we provide our customers. After all, we recognize the fact that your IT challenges are unique to your company – so a cookie-cutter approach likely won’t get the job done. At the root of every effective and lasting solution is a combination […]

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Companies Paying Even More to Resolve Cyber Attacks

Arraya Insights| October 28, 2014

Businesses are having to work harder and spend more time trying to effectively contain and then resolve cyber-attacks, and that effort is starting to take a toll on their bottom lines. On average this year it’s taken companies 31 days to contain a cyber-attack.  They’ve spent an estimated $639,462 during that 31-day period while they […]

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Devastating Hack Reinforces the Need to Beef Up Healthcare IT Strategies

Arraya Insights| September 4, 2014

It’s every IT decision-maker’s worst nightmare: Thinking a system is sealed up tight, only to have a hacker find a backdoor no one even knew existed. For one healthcare provider, that bad dream became a reality. Community Health Systems, Inc. (CHS) has admitted it was the victim of a devastating security breach which took place […]

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