Isilon Releases SyncIQ 2.0

Isilon Systems announced a new version of its SyncIQ data replication software

March 8, 2007

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SEATTLE -- Isilon Systems, the leader in clustered storage, today announced a new version of its SyncIQ™ data replication software, an asynchronous replication software application designed exclusively for clustered storage, providing data-intensive enterprises with an unparalleled solution for fast and reliable replication over WANs or LANs. SyncIQ 2.0 delivers a number of critical advancements in storage replication, one of the largest and fastest growing segments of the worldwide storage software market, according to IDC’s December 2006 Worldwide Quarterly Storage Software Tracking Report. SyncIQ 2.0 ushers in industry leading advancements in the areas of simplicity, scalability, and performance, providing enterprise customers with an ideal solution for disaster recovery, disk-to-disk backup and distributed workflow needs to protect and ensure availability of mission-critical business information.

“Digital content, including unstructured and file-based data, has become center stage within many enterprise organizations,” said Sam Grocott, Director of Product Management, Isilon Systems. “These companies require solutions designed to ensure 24x7x365 availability to these critical digital assets – especially in the event of a disaster. SyncIQ enables businesses to quickly and reliably replicate their large stores of digital content to always-on, disk-based disaster recovery or backup sites and to distributed clusters to maximize the efficiency of Internet delivery and automated workflow.”

Isilon Systems Inc.

127171 Blog 2009-08-03T08:48:02Z 2007-03-07T20:56:44Z 2009-08-03T08:48:02Z Last week our readers swooped in with their contributions to our Top 11 list, "Top 11 Reasons Batman would make a poor InfoSec Manager." But not everyone thought that the Caped Crusader would do a shoddy job protecting critical corporate...

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Last week our readers swooped in with their contributions to our Top 11 list, "Top 11 Reasons Batman would make a poor InfoSec Manager." But not everyone thought that the Caped Crusader would do a shoddy job protecting critical corporate data. Reader Matt Duda assumed the mantle of the Dark Knight's defender and sent in his own Top 10 list as to why he thought Batman would do a great job! So in the interest of fairness, we present Matt's list to you.

Top 10 Reasons Batman Would Be an Excellent InfoSec Manager

10. Always leaves the bad guys hanging from a post (easy for executives to see and understand the threat).

9. Strikes fear in the hearts of bad men everywhere.

8. Will ALWAYS have the right tool handy in that utility belt.

7. Not susceptible to Kryptonite.

6. Holey firewalls, Batman?

5. The Bat cowl beats a tie.

4. It pretty much takes a caped crusader to keep up on all the threats these days.

3. The Bat cave is far cooler than any datacenter. How many of your serves answer verbal questions with exhaustive data from every known and unknown source in less than 2 seconds?

2. The Dark Knight routinely works all night.

1. The Batmobile in the executive lot beats a Porche any day.

Thanks again Matt. (Hmm, I wonder how Wolverine would do at protecting data. You know what? Never mind.)

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