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  • Storing up issues in the magnetic world

    The up-front cost of storage should be a minor concern.  What really matters is the fitness for purpose: will the chosen solution provide the support for storage workloads that the business requires?

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  • Surfing the flash flood of data growth.

    Data volumes are growing (no surprise there).  The trouble is that the complexity of data is also growing - along with the need to deal with this complexity in near-real time.

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  • Intelligent partners

    Quocirca research indicates that operational intelligence tools help to sort the masses of useful machine data that is collected by modern businesses

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  • How to free your business and staff with self-service

    With increasing demand for IT flexibility – from users wanting to access IT on any device, anywhere, any time; and organisations wanting to consolidate for efficiency –online, cloud-based services are the way to go.

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  • Expediting the all-flash journey

    Magnetic disk-based storage cannot compete with flash when it comes to performance.  However, this does not mean that organisations will be rushing to dump all their magnetic disk-based arrays and replacing them with flash-based systems in a rush.

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  • The future for storage

    Spinning magentic disk storage is reaching the end of its life as a means of supporting storage workloads within organisations.

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  • Storage 101 to Post-Grad in a Flash

    Everyone knows what a terabyte of data is, don't they?

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  • The identity business

    Although the majortiy of UK businesses have an identiy and access management system in place, there is still plenty of opportunity to resellers to add value around this.

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  • Does a proprietary solution automatically mean vendor lock-in?

    The dread of any IT manager is in making a significant purchase of hardware or software to then find that they are stuck with it due to the way that the vendor has created it.  The use of proprietary systems has always seemed to lead to this vendor lock-in – and it has always been advised against

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  • Samsung means business: A strategy shaped by the Internet of Things (IoT)

    At its recent Samsung FutureScape event in London, Samsung emphasised its commitment to deliver printing solutions that address the needs for today’s mobile, collaborative and connected workplace.

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