Sleep Number Blog – 7.17.19 (7.16.19)
In the olden days of actual film, people used to be so careful about the pictures they took. Camera film was expensive. So was developing the pictures.
Today, with excellent phone cameras that have seemingly unlimited storage in our Google clouds, everyone can document each family, friend and food moment. There’s no economy to picture taking: you snap until you snap.
Read more: Conquering the Photo Deluge | Sleep Number Blog
Western Digital Blog – 7.17.19 (7.16.19)
This morning we announced our fastest, densest and most flexible lineup of IntelliFlash™ all-flash arrays, the new OS 3.10, and some powerful features to make scaling and data protection easy. Here’s everything you need to know.
Read more: Fast Data Just Got Faster with IntelliFlash 3.10
Backblaze Blog – 7.10.19 (7.9.19)
For the past twelve years we’ve conducted an annual poll asking people the simple question, “How often do you backup all the data on your computer?” and published the results here on the blog. In 2009 we decided to make this an annual event and declared June to be Backup Awareness Month.
Read more: Survey Asks: How Often Do People Backup Their Computers?
Google Blog – 7.9.19 (7.3.19)
Summer’s here, but that’s not the only big thing that arrived this month: We welcomed new partners and have new data technology-related updates to share. Read on for noteworthy Cloud updates in June.
Read more: Cloud Covered: What was new in Google Cloud in June
Amber Life Blog – 6.17.19 (6.14.19)
We often refer to Amber as an AI-Powered Smart Storage Platform – but what does this really mean for users? How does Amber’s AI technology work?
The engineers and computer scientists at LatticeWork have spent a lot of time perfecting the smart technology built into Amber, and we’re proud to be able to share the details with you. Here’s what you need to know! 😎
REad more: Amber AI Technology: How It Works
Backblaze Blog – 6.14.19 (6.13.19)
Like any tech company, all of us at Backblaze pay attention to the news and what’s happening in Silicon Valley and other tech communities. We comment on items posted to Slack, debate the latest items sent around via email, or discuss topics around lunchroom tables and in the snack rooms.
Read more: Heard Around Backblaze