Greg Campbell

Greg is the CTO and co-founder at HubStor.
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Reduce cloud costs with Azure Storage Reserved Capacity and HubStor

February 18, 2020

In our previous post, When not to use Azure Storage Reserved Capacity, we detailed the carrots and sticks when it comes to purchasing Azure Storage Reserved Capacity. While the benefit is the cost

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Why Azure Blob Storage GRS and RA-GRS are not a backup

January 31, 2020

There’s a wide-spread understanding held by many IT pros today about the Azure Blob Storage redundancy levels, and how merely selecting the correct redundancy level provides a backup of data

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When not to use Azure Storage Reserved Capacity

January 27, 2020

For several years now, Azure users have been able to drastically reduce the price of their virtual machines by purchasing reserved instances (RIs). Microsoft reduces Azure compute prices – up to

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Why most Office 365 backup solutions suck

January 26, 2020

If you’re looking for backup of Office 365, you’re not alone. The recent surge of interest in Office 365 backup has come as companies realize that, for all great features included with Office 365,

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Technical tour of EMC Centera migration to HubStor

January 21, 2020

With EMC Centera having reached its end-of-life, Centera customers are faced with the need to migrate data off aging Centera devices to a new home.  Our post Migrating from EMC Centera to the

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Migrate from EMC Centera to the HubStor cloud

January 20, 2020

If you’re reading this article, you, like many other EMC Centera customers, are looking for a way out.  With Centera having reached end-of-life, you’re not alone.  And, like many others, you’re

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Azure Data Box with HubStor - Step by Step

May 29, 2018

The logistics of archiving unstructured data to the cloud can be a challenge if your Internet connection is too slow or busy to support the transfer of a large data set. 

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