Your workforce is going mobile, and so is your data. Today, an increasing volume of corporate data resides outside the firewall on end user devices such as laptops, smart phones and tablets, as well as on remote and branch office servers. Backing up this data is business critical, yet todays on-premise backup solutions such as tape drives, external hard drives, and network backups are no match for this shift due to the high rate of errors and inability to scale to large data volumes.
Sphere and Virtual Infrastructure administrators find themselves positioned between developers seeking to implement modern application development practices and more traditional IT infrastructure and governance...
For many firms, a BYOD approach to technology is an effective way to leverage employee resources for maximum impact. While desktop and notebook PCs continue to be the primary platforms for heavy computing, smartphones and tablets have transformed working lives and created efficiencies that could not have been realized prior to the widespread development and availability of consumer and enterprise mobile applications. However, BYOD is not without its shortfalls.
In this ChalkTalk Video George Crump and Chandra Mukhyala, Portfolio Marketing Manager at IBM Storage discuss how a highly dense, cost effective flash storage system complimented by the right file system is a compelling alternative to hard disk based solutions.
For thousands of organizations, Splunk® has become mission-critical. But it’s still a very demanding workload. Pure Storage solutions dramatically improve Splunk Enterprise deployments by...
IDC believes that in the 3rd Platform era, the best approach to protecting email services like Office 365, which reside in the cloud, is one that synergistically ties together the embedded security mechanisms offered by the email service provider with adjacent security technologies and strong processes and policies managed by the business owner of the data.