A leading school in the city of New York and one of the oldest independent in the U.S. transform their backup and disaster recovery infrastructure by turning to StoneFly for round the clock availability. Read this data availability case study to learn more…read more
WWF-Canada is a nonprofit organization, on a mission to end the decline of endangered species and their habitats and to support their safe recovery. Read this case study and learn how StoneFly protects WWF-Canada’s data so they can continue to protect our biodiversity…read more
New England is prone to nor’easters, a storm that is famous for its pounding rain, hurricane force winds and heavy snow each winter. Read this case study to learn how this highly rated school maintained hyper availability even when their payroll system went down…read more
Our customer, a business intelligence company working in the law services industry needed to move their eDiscovery application to the cloud to support their growing customers. With StoneFly, they were able to migrate their application to the cloud and enjoyed seamless scalability and high-performance…read more
With 16 sites and 550 employees that handle the data generated by approximately 75000 people, this District Council encompasses one of two major urban areas on the east coast. Read this case study and learn how StoneFly transformed their storage and backup processes…read more
With the fast pace of innovations in life sciences, it can be difficult to keep up with the latest technology. Traditional old storage methods mean data security risks and downtime. The great amount of research being conducted in the field of life sciences cannot bear downtime.read more
The accounting software of this sporting company was running on Windows Server 2003, which was beyond its support date. This meant no more security, and a lack of compliance. StoneFly helped the company migrate their application to the cloud, meet compliance, and stay protected…read more
SAN work for businesses ranging from non-profit, government, education, construction. manufacturing and more.
Learn about how companies across the globe are deploying iSCSI and SAN technologies to solve business challenges, consolidate infrastructure, and improve business continuity initiatives.
Itim Ltd., a supplier of software systems for retail supply chain operations, required additional storage to support its highly accessed SQL servers. After researching Fibre channel and direct attached storage, Itim decided that an IP SAN was more convenient and cost-effective.
In 2006, when WRAL’s data storage requirements outpaced existing direct-attached storage (DAS) resources, the company found itself in the market for an entirely new approach to data management. WRAL’s most pressing storage challenges came to light when the company embarked upon a plan to implement a new e-mail archiving system. His experience with IP SANs gave him the confidence to recognize that the technology – which offers centralized storage management and leverages an organization’s existing IP infrastructure — would be more than sufficient for the company.
Full-Service General Contractor and Concrete Specialist Uses Leading-Edge IT and Storage Technology to Ensure On-Time, On-Budget Completion of Nationwide Construction Projects.
Provider of next-generation IP voice systems eases significant storage demands and streamlines critical backup support requirements.
Leading third-party insurance administrator consolidates mass storage while lowering overall management efforts by more than 90 percent.
One of Nation’s Largest Managing General Agents (MGA’s) Quickly and Cost-Effectively Implements an IP SAN to Consolidate and Centralize Storage; Adds 2.2 Terabytes of Storage for $.01 Cent per Megabyte to Save 400% in Costs Associated with Traditional NAS Model.