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Flash Storage – What CIOs really need to know

Brett Anderson, Senior Director of  HPE Solutions for Logicalis US, looks at the latest views on flash storage and explains that not everything is what it seems; helping CIOs to avoid being dazzled by the sales literature and becoming victims of trying out new tech, rather than victors. The need for speed Ask any IT pro […]

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Optimise your storage for Big Data analytics

For most organisations, analytics is not the priority roadblock when it comes to extracting value from Big Data.  Bob Hankins explains why dealing with storage issues is the first job in most cases. According to IDC, data production will be 44 times greater in 2020 than it was in 2009 – if it is not […]

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Six benefits of modernising storage and backup infrastructures

Letting an organisation’s storage and backup infrastructure fall behind the times is fraught with risk – from steeply rising costs and compromised performance to a lack of preparedness if disaster should strike.  Bill Mansfield outlines six of the common benefits that flow from storage and backup modernisation programmes. It’s hardly the most glamourous subject, but […]

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Flash Storage: Changing the Speed of Business

Steve Pelletier looks at how flash storage’s ability to accelerate time-to-information could make it a key weapon for business and IT professionals seeking to deliver for IT infrastructure transformations that strike the right balance between performance and cost. Today’s IT organisations face huge challenges.  Issues like the ever-increasing array of applications, virtualisation, the cloud, and […]

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Five Reasons to Conduct a Storage Assessment Today

Bob Hankins, vice president, Storage Solutions, Logicalis US, sets out why legacy storage just won’t cut it in tomorrow’s workplace and provides five reasons to conduct a storage assessment. Lurking inside corporate data centres worldwide are legacy storage devices just waiting to expire during a critical task. Some of these older storage devices may be […]

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