Mobilizing data anywhere in the world

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Mobilizing data anywhere in the world

As it turns out, we have a unique ability here at SwishData to architect, engineer and implement data solutions that are a perfect fit for agencies that need a one-stop shop for deployment systems with speed and agility. I’ve heard some great customer stories lately about agencies that operate abroad and need a partner who can remove the complexity associated with having multiple vendors in intense environments — it’s a mission only SwishData excels at accomplishing.

Government customer relationships grounded in trust, expertise and agility

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Government customer relationships grounded in trust, expertise and agility

At SwishData, we always tell potential customers that anyone can sell them a set of solutions. But very few companies join an agency’s team as a true partner that architects, implements and supports from start to finish, eliminating the need for the customer to be stuck coordinating among several vendors.

Looking back: SwishData and federal customers’ 2011 achievements

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Looking back: SwishData and federal customers’ 2011 achievements

2011 was a year full of excitement and success here at SwishData. It’s truly amazing to step back and take a look at all our customers have accomplished in the last 12 months.

Put your data management knowledge to practice

11/29

Put your data management knowledge to practice

Let’s use the concepts from my last post to expand on why each of these data management solutions can play an important role in ensuring the safety and availability of your organization’s data. Now that you know what some of these concepts actually mean, let’s talk about implementation a bit more.

Where snapshots and backups fit in your data management strategy

11/15

Where snapshots and backups fit in your data management strategy

When NetApp introduced snapshots in the ’90s, it was ridiculed by many as a gimmick that shouldn’t be considered in the enterprise. Now competitors are claiming “me too” and trying to make snapshots a checkbox item while avoiding the facts of how their solutions actually work.

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