Advances in mobility and client computing technology combined with the ubiquity of the Internet and social media are creating a culture and desire for constant connectivity and anywhere access to information. As these trends extend, CIOs should consider the opportunities for increased productivity and communication with
customers and constituents, as well as understand the increased security risks posed by online, anytime access to private networks
and data. Read more.
New HDS AMS2000 series offers mid-range storage with all of the benefits of the high end features and capabilities, according to ESG. Read more.
Emerging companies continued to drive innovation, while established companies refreshed their offerings and revamped distribution channels to reduce cost and gain share. Changes in market shares highlight the importance of nonproduct selection criteria when choosing storage vendors. Read more.
IT managers today face ever-evolving IT requirements. They need to leverage business information, consolidate storage assets, and support measurable service levels while dealing with the old problems of mushrooming corporate data and a shortage of skilled storage specialists. Traditional storage solutions have not effectively adapted to these new IT requirements that have evolved over the last decade. As a result, companies have had to add layers of hardware and software to meet their needs—a co Read more.
Storage administrators, already confronted with unprecedented data growth, now encounter a new imperative: to discover and exploit efficiencies at every level, from storage administration to data flow, in order to keep to an absolute minimum the amount of new staff, hardware and software required to manage ever increasing volumes of data. The Hitachi Adaptable Modular Storage 2000 family addresses the needs of growing businesses by supporting operational efficiency at a high level and providing Read more.