Posts by Anthony Cusimano

Anthony Cusimano

Anthony Cusimano has worked in many roles in tech for over a decade. He started as a developer, shifted to sales, and masterfully moved into marketing. He is a passionate gamer who stays up to date on all things technology to ensure he can achieve as many frames per second as possible on his gaming PC. He enjoys speaking at events and has previously shared the stage with astronauts and MARVEL superheroes. Anthony enjoys the nerdier things in life, watching classic movies, building Gundams, and flying questionably legal FPV drones in abandoned mall parking lots. When he isn't geeking out on the latest fad, he and his wife Sarah enjoy visiting lesser-known Florida destinations and spoiling their two dogs, Luna and Smudge.

September 14, 2022 | 3 min to read

What is Object Storage?

Let’s do this, fam. It’s time for the last one! In our previous two blogs, we discussed the pros and cons of block and file storage types. Now, let’s be objective and discuss our final storage platform (spoiler alert: it’s also our favorite!).

September 07, 2022 | 3 min to read

What is Block Storage?

Block storage is a storage format that treats each volume as a separate hard drive. Its configuration is the responsibility of the storage admin. That is why it is called “block”: it organizes and structures the data as blocks with a fixed size.

August 29, 2022 | 3 min to read

File Storage: What Is It?

Storage is as necessary to technology as the human brain is to our bodies. The fact that you are reading this blog on our website tells me you already understand just how vital storage can be for business infrastructure. Whether it’s a primary, secondary, archive, or replicated, storage is a foundational building block in which all operations intertwine.

August 22, 2022 | 3 min to read

Surprise! New Ransomware Lilith is on the Rise, is Still Terrible

At this point, it’s almost mind-numbing. Open your favorite tech news site, see the headline about some new cleverly named threat, inspect what operating system is vulnerable, check your endpoint protection for updates, cross your fingers, and pray to whatever deity you subscribe to.