Storage refers to computer components, devices and recording media that retain data for some interval of time. Storage provides one of the core functions of the modern computer, that of information retention. Topics include Storage Area Networks, NAS, and Virtualization.
Download this Healthcare Informatics e-book for a closer look into cloud computing and some of the strategic considerations involved in moving forward to internet-based technologies as an integrated health system.
The purpose of this white paper is to describe the provider thinking and product elements that must be addressed to change the data center selection process from one that is tactical to one that is strategic in nature.
SimpliVity's true hyperconverged infrastructure solution helped Waypoint Capital consolidate their data center. After implementing 2U OmniCube systems, they were able to immensely reduce their IT complexity, increase performance, and dramatically improve their operational efficiency.
Download to watch why everyone's approach to storage has to change. Due to server virtualization and next generation applications, there is a new batch of storage challenges that businesses have learn to overcome.
Surveillance systems are evolving from being used primarily for security purposes to being used for analytics and improved ROI. With that in mind, it's important to consider many factors and how they affect the architecture of your surveillance system. This webinar will provide some of the top trends that may affect the outcome of your storage architecture.
You can have all the latest features of iOS 8 on your iPhone, but if you’re still using an iPhone 4s, you won’t be able to take advantage of most of them.
This should serve as an appropriate metaphor for this audience because when it comes to data storage, many of today’s storage solutions have been around since the 1970s…as in the the world of mobile, today’s data storage needs are revealing just how limited those older solutions are. Even if a company has updated almost everything in its IT ecosystem, it takes only one unchanged layer to prevent them from realizing the benefits of the latest technology.
With petabyte scale, reliability, performance, and efficiency the order of the day we are fast approaching that point with storage. There is without question a need to change in the current storage paradigm.
In this webinar you will learn about current IT storage challenges and useful insights about next-generation storage solutions.
Download this case study to learn how Seagate/Xyratex partnered with HP to develop an innovative storage system solution with the scalable performance the Institute needed to continue its groundbreaking work.
Finding a better place to store an ever-expanding volume of valuables is a near universal challenge—for individuals and their businesses. From physical holes in the ground to the ethereal cloud and beyond, the range of options for stashing stuff is immense. And, depending on what you’re storing and how easily you want others to find it, some options are better than others.
Read this white paper to learn how a Network Attached Storage (NAS) system provides the customization, speed, ease-of-use, security and affordability needed to protect and share digital assets for many small business owners.
Connections are great. Having a network to connect to is even better. Humans have been connecting, in one form or another, throughout history. Our cities were born from the drive to move closer to each other so that we might connect. And while the need to connect hasn’t changed, the way we do it definitely has. Nowhere is this evolution more apparent than in business. In today’s landscape, business is more virtual, geographically dispersed and mobile than ever, with companies building new data centers and clustering servers in separate locations.
The challenge is that companies vary hugely in scale, scope and direction. Many are doing things not even imagined two decades ago, yet all of them rely on the ability to connect, manage and distribute large stores of data. The next wave of innovation relies on the ability to do this dynamically.
In this eBook, we review the most critical problems faced by data center managers today, and how DCIM solutions provide real-time views of the data center environment, infrastructure assets and their associated power, space, and energy capacity to resolve these issues.
Virtualization promises cost savings, improved productivity, and the ability to transform your business. But too often security can either detract from the performance gains that virtualization promises, or just not give you the protection you need. Getting the balance right is critical.
Sensors are an easy to install, cost-effective way to reduce energy costs, improve reliability, and increase capacity for future data center growth. But most managers do little beyond monitoring the temperature by checking the thermostat reading on the wall.
“Who owns the DCIM solution?” and “How can IT and Facilities work together to ensure the operations of a data center and that corporate objectives are met without impacting individual goals?”. In this eBook, we explore the different roles and responsibilities of each as they relate to decision making and daily operations within the data center.