If you have been watching trends in the storage market, you have noticed claims are made daily about the growing benefits of cloud data storage. One of the most intriguing questions has been whether or not cloud data storage is truly a disruptive technology.
About MIchael Richardson
Marketing Director at LightBridge
Kristen Miller comes to LightBridge with 10+ years of experience in the marketing industry, ranging from graphic design to marketing planning and strategy. She is an expert in prioritizing multiple-deadlines and keeping members of team on task, while building her namesake in maintaining exceptional quality in high-pressure and dynamic environments. Her expanding knowledge of cloud data storage is demonstrated through the blog posts for LightBridge.
Kristen received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a Business Minor from Northwest Missouri State University.
Kristen enjoys spending time with her daughter, volunteering her graphic design skills for the Kansas City ArtsKC program, running, snowboarding, traveling and other outdoor activities.
Entries by MIchael Richardson
In 2013, it was estimated over half a billion records of personal information were leaked, including names, emails and credit card numbers. So it is no wonder the conversation with a CxO regarding storage begins with the cloud data security question, “How secure is my data in the cloud?”
Though object storage has been around for nearly a decade, the number of conversations surrounding this topic has drastically increased over the past year. Why has it gained traction?
I previously managed an online marketing application responsible for housing an unbelievable number of assets to generate high-resolution, production-ready PDFs for customers around the nation. And as most consumer-focused companies do,
Everyday my work to-do-list grows and shrinks. It seems like a living, breathing entity. It piggy backs on my shoulders and determines my work life. Don’t get me wrong, we are friends and I love my little work buddy.
In the IT industry there has been a stigma against employing an archive strategy in the data center. Believe me, we understand. With the pressure of mounting data and 24 x 7 demand, the squeaky wheel should get the oil: that mission-critical, revenue-generating data must take priority over cleaning up your file space. However, with […]
Congratulations to LightBridge! To many of you the first blog post was probably ages ago, but for us, this is very exciting. We are ready to begin and