Testimonials
  • Nick has guided us through the process of getting our app from launch to a fully-functioning platform serving millions of customers. He and his team have helped us manage the growing pains, including issues with scale and changing configurations. They are proactive, reliable, and go above and beyond what is asked of them. We feel very fortunate that Red Wire Services has been part of the PromoSimple team!
  • Online Remote Backup: A Viable Offsite Data Backup Strategy for Your Business?

    Most organizations recognize the need for offsite or remote backup, but with so many vendors and solutions in this market, choosing the right system for your business can be overwhelming. To complicate matters, the majority of salespeople at data backup and … Continue reading

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    An Updated Look at Open Source Data Deduplication

    Last Thursday I had the pleasure of speaking to the Seattle Area System Administrators Guild on the University of Washington Campus.  My talk was on Open Source Data Deduplication, and since it had been almost half a year since my … Continue reading

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    8/11 Talk: Opensource Data Deduplication

    On Thursday, August 11th at 7pm, Red Wire founder Nick Webb will present an updated look at Opensource Data Deduplication. Data deduplication is a hot topic in storage and saves significant disk space for many environments, with some trade offs. We’ll … Continue reading

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    Talk: Protecting Your Digital Legacy

    Yesterday I had the great pleasure of presenting to my local Rotary group in Burien, WA.  The talk looked at how we preserved information across the last handful of generations, mostly by photograph and paper, and contrasting that with digital … Continue reading

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    A Look at Open Source Data Deduplication

    I’m headed out to LinuxFest NorthWest in Bellingham, WA, this afternoon.  It’s a great indulgence for technical folks, and this year I’ll be presenting a fairly technical talk on Data Deduplication at 3:30PM on Saturday April 30th, in Haskell 111. … Continue reading

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