James Nagurney - National Business Development Manager
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Director of Practices and Initiatives for Enterprise Storage
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Lane Shelton
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Automated Tiering

Optimized Storage for the Modern Data Infrastructure

by Kurt Hildebrand | 09.05.14

The prevalence of digital technology has triggered an explosion of data over the past decade. This has made the job of storing and managing data ever more formidable, especially as enterprises increasingly rely on data mining, logistics, and analytics to increase revenue and improve operations.

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Hybrid Storage

Clear Benefits, But do A Reality Check First

by Kurt Hildebrand | 08.25.14

Hybrid storage is the most popular method for enterprises to deploy flash storage technology. In a survey of IT professionals last year by 451 Research, more than one-third of respondents (37%) reported implementing flash storage alongside disk arrays, compared to 18% who have adopted server-side flash and only 6% who use expensive all-flash arrays.

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In a world of big data, having a disaster recovery and business continuity strategy in place is essential. A Ponemon Institute study showed that a single minute of downtime costs the average business $5,600. As companies continue to increase automation, that number will only rise. An Aberdeen report found that hourly downtime costs increased by 38% from 2010 to 2012 to an industry average of over $400,000 a year.

Tags:Cloud StorageDataData CenterStorage

Big Data

Storing Big Data

It's key to ensure that big data is stored economically so it can yield optimal benefits in predictive analytics projects.

by Eric Bruno | 07.31.14

Most people associate big data with the need to store vast amounts of data, and they’re correct. However, big data can also be thought of as data in motion. All of your valuable data doesn’t do you much good if it’s just sitting there on a drive. Instead, you need regular, efficient access to it in order to analyze it as you capture it. And you need access on demand at a later time. Big data also needs to be fast data. How can you achieve this? Modernization!

Tags:IBMStorage

Enterprise mobility means many things. It’s the bring your own device (BYOD) phenomenon that has employees downloading business apps to their personal smartphones. It’s the traveling executive connecting her notebook computer to corporate servers via a virtual private network (VPN). It’s the Internet of Things when mobile sensors send information to a central database. And it’s field service staff tapping into company information from their tablets. [read more]  

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