Category Archives: Tutorial

Veeam+StoneFly+Azure Cloud Turnkey Solution Webinar now on YouTube

For those who missed the Webinar on Veeam+StoneFly+Azure Cloud Turnkey Solution for Enterprise Backup & Disaster Recovery, here’s a YouTube video link which describes the procedure on configuring Veeam Cloud Connect using StoneFly Cloud Drive with Scale Out NAS storage … Continue reading

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Ensure that your Disaster Recovery plan matches your business needs

Disasters are unpredictable and in most cases unavoidable and that’s obvious. Like in the same way you take preventive measures to protect your sweet home from both foreseeable and unexpected disasters in the future, its paramount to have 20/20 foresight … Continue reading

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What to look for in a Server?

Shopping for a business server is always critical because if it is not done properly, it has the potential to reduce productivity and can even bring irrecoverable loss to a business. Therefore, below is the information and help for what … Continue reading

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Scale-out NAS Storage becoming main stream for the following reasons

Scale-Out NAS storage is becoming mainstream and this was revealed in a survey conducted by ESG for reasons that make good sense. Traditionally, Scale-up NAS is limited in terms of number of nodes that can be linked together. That often … Continue reading

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How StoneFly Deduplication works?

StoneFly, a subsidiary of Dynamic Network Factory offers a range of simple and affordable iSCSI Storage appliances for departments, mid-tier workgroups and enterprise organizations. And all its storage appliances are enriched with intelligent features such as snapshot, mirroring, encryption, deduplication … Continue reading

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Light challenges in Video Surveillance deployments

Lighting has posed as a challenge for capturing usable security footage and images on a video surveillance system. Whether it is indoor or outdoor, day or night, natural and artificial light- integrators are finding it hard to tackle this challenge … Continue reading

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How many video surveillance cameras are there in this world?

Many who are associated to the world of video surveillance might be interested in knowing the number of video surveillance cameras serving on a global note. Based on some historical camera shipments and the predicted lifespans of these devices, the … Continue reading

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Difference between a License Plate Recognition LPR and Automatic Number Plate Recognition ANPR

License Plate Recognition (LPR) and Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR)- Is there a difference between these two? If this question is troubling you, then here’s the answer to it. In reality, there is no big difference between a License Plate … Continue reading

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Hardware specifications required in a server for server virtualization

For those who are in a dilemma of replacing all the servers in your enterprise environment or thinking to stagger the hardware refresh, here’s an article which will help you in widening your thoughts. Basically, all you need are three … Continue reading

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JBOD vs. Scale out NAS

Enterprises using ‘Just a Bunch of Drives’ in their storage environments are now showing more interest in moving towards NAS appliances. The companies which earlier used to depend on JBOD resources are now showing much interest in either file based … Continue reading

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