TechNet Radio: Hybrid Cloud Integrated Storage with StorSimple and Windows Azure

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Matt Hester welcomes Marc Farely from StorSimple, a cloud integrated storage which provides primary storage, backup and disaster recovery to your on-premise datacenter. Tune in as they discuss the benefits of a hybrid cloud solution as well as how StorSimple can drastically cut storage costs and increase data protection for enterprises.  

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  • [5:34] What is so different about hybrid cloud storage with StorSimple and Windows Azure.
  • [8:12] How do you address customer fears like security when the topic of storing their data in the cloud comes up?
  • [10:45] What does StorSimple do? Why should customers consider this?
  • [16:50] How does StorSimple compare with other new  storage products and technologies, particularly dedupe backup systems, cloud gateways and flash-based storage arrays.
  • [20:40] What are some of the new cloud storage offerings recently announced as part of Windows Server 2012 R2 that integrate with Windows Azure?

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