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  • Hitachi HCP Removes Data Silos Hitachi HCP Removes Data Silos Ray Ford – CTO, Accident Exchange Recorded: Feb 20 2017 4 mins
    Accident Exchange, part of the AIS group, is a provider of mobility services for people that experienced a car accident. With large volumes of data in various formats to maintain the company recognized the potential compliance challenges ahead. Accident Exchange in partnership with Hitachi Data Systems implemented Hitachi Content Platform (HCP) providing them the capability to more securely store and abstract data.

    Learn how Accident Exchange can now prove authenticity, automate and abstract data from different sources in multiple files and formats all within one platform to achieve greater compliance. HCP is the key to removing data silos.
  • Hitachi Cloud Services Prove Success with Deluxe Corporation Hitachi Cloud Services Prove Success with Deluxe Corporation Michael S. Matthews – VP and CIO, Deluxe Corporation Recorded: Feb 13 2017 3 mins
    Deluxe Corporation, innovator of personal checks, is now creating new and innovative marketing solutions and services. Deluxe has partnered with Hitachi Data Systems to modernize their technological infrastructure and achieve the largest transformation the company has ever seen.

    Hear from Deluxe Vice President and CIO, Michael S. Matthews, to learn how Hitachi Cloud Services increases next generation security and allows seamless integration to help companies like Deluxe become an innovator in their industry.
  • Data is the New Oil: How to Drill for Success - Smart Systems Data is the New Oil: How to Drill for Success - Smart Systems Harry Zimmer, Senior Director, Hitachi Data Systems Recorded: Feb 8 2017 59 mins
    With all the different terminology and ways to analyze data, it is no wonder there is so much market complexity. Data is your key to unlock new opportunities. However, what is the right solution or business model to follow?
    Join us for a live webcast on February 8, 2017, as industry expert Harry Zimmer, Hitachi Data Systems, provides a foundation-level discussion of smart systems that covers the basics of big data and analytics, prescriptive and predictive analytics, and artificial intelligence and machine learning.

    Don’t miss the opportunity to learn:

    •How big data affects your organizational chart.
    •An easier way to understand big data and related areas of analysis.
    •A blueprint or model that is effective to use for your company.
    •Key business questions for 2017.
  • Disruptive Technology Trends in 2017 Disruptive Technology Trends in 2017 Hu Yoshida – Chief Technology Officer, Hitachi Data Systems Recorded: Jan 31 2017 10 mins
    Hitachi Data Systems plans to invest $1.25 Billion in the social innovation market space. Hear from Hitachi’s Chief Technology Officer, Hu Yoshida, as he continues his discussion on what will be the most disruptive technology trends in 2017.
  • HDS TechTour Workshop 3 – Modernize Data Protection and Minimize Your Workload HDS TechTour Workshop 3 – Modernize Data Protection and Minimize Your Workload Kenneth Poon, Solution Architect Recorded: Jan 27 2017 55 mins
    With rapid data growth, VM sprawl and the ongoing diversification of applications make the challenges of data backup and recovery ever-increasing and ever-changing. It is sometimes difficult for businesses do the backups and recovery in time. Watch the video to understand how HDS cloud-ready solution can help in Data protection, and leveraging DR as a service.
  • Smart Mobility – Hitachi paves the way  Smart Mobility – Hitachi paves the way  Hitachi Data Systems Recorded: Jan 24 2017 8 mins
    The founder of Hitachi, Namihei Odaira, who unveiled an electric motor in 1910 as his first product, would be proud of how we continue to bring innovation into the real-world of IoT today. In this video we showcase the contributions of Hitachi to modern mobility concepts in the automotive industry and subsequently for all of us. In close collaboration with our customers, Hitachi Social Innovation projects bring together the best of operational technology know-how, expert insights, industry analyses, IT-infrastructure and cloud, and expertise in business models.
    Enjoy the video and learn more about what we call the Internet of Things THAT MATTER.
  • ASIA PACIFIC TECHNOLOGY TRENDS FOR 2017 ASIA PACIFIC TECHNOLOGY TRENDS FOR 2017 Hu Yoshida, Global CTO HDS; Russell Skingsley, APAC CTO HDS, Greg Knieriemen, Chief Digital Strategist HDS Recorded: Dec 14 2016 59 mins
    According to recent research by Forbes Insights, 42% of organizations in Asia Pacific consider themselves either advanced or leaders in terms of their digital transformation journey. The region is at a turning point. Leaders are disrupting industries and staying ahead because of their digital transformation foresight.

    Hitachi Data Systems cordially invites you to attend our webcast on Asia Pacific Technology Trends for 2017. Please join the speakers from HDS for this 1 hour webcast to learn how these technology trends enable and accelerate your organization’s digitization.

    Register to the live webcast that covers:
    • how these technology trends enable and accelerate your organization’s digitization
    • some of the findings of the Forbes Insights research, sponsored by HDS
    • how they reveal the inhibitors to successful transformation
    • why digital leaders are so far ahead of the pack

    Key trends include:
    • Transition to the Cloud
    • People and Process Impact on Productivity
    • Bridging the Bi-modal Divide
    • Centralized Data Hubs
    • IoT in Data Center
  • IT Trends for 2017 IT Trends for 2017 Hu Yoshida, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Hitachi Data Systems Recorded: Dec 13 2016 56 mins
    A recent Forbes survey shows that Digital Transformation will be the highest priority for both IT and line-of-business executives in 2017. Business outcomes will drive IT, and IT will shift its focus from infrastructure to application development and analytics. Some of the major trends for 2017 will redefine the data center and focus on a number of key technologies that will enable the transition from legacy systems to systems of innovation. Operational Technology (OT) from sensors will begin to integrate with IT, and the foundation will be established for Internet of Things (IoT) developments that are currently in the proof-of-concept stage.
  • Flash First Infrastructure – Key To Digital Transformation Flash First Infrastructure – Key To Digital Transformation Subu Ramakrishnan, Business Director, Infrastructure Platforms & Software – APAC Hitachi Data Systems Recorded: Dec 13 2016 19 mins
    Businesses have to transform to keep ahead of competition and digital disruptors. It’s important for organizations to leverage data and technology for automating operations and processes, increase customer loyalty, attract new markets and grow revenue streams. Real time personalized customer services are dependent on constant analysis of vast amounts of data. This requires a robust, highly available IT infrastructure powered by purpose built Flash that provides speed, efficiency and agility to better serve customers while handling exponential data growth.

    While flash data reduction capabilities viz. compression and deduplication bring huge savings in terms of capacity, power and cooling it is important to understand that not all Flash technologies are same.

    HDS’ new systems with SVOS 7 software offerings include efficiencies that reduce storage needs by 5:1, intelligent flash-aware IO stack with predictable, low latency performance and guaranteed data availability to deliver new business models faster and more efficiently.
  • Learn How a Hybrid Cloud Environment Can Improve Data Center Performance Learn How a Hybrid Cloud Environment Can Improve Data Center Performance Eric Burgener, Research Director, Storage IDC Recorded: Nov 17 2016 50 mins
    Managing high data growth rates is a key data center challenge for IT teams. In fact, data is expected to grow at a 44% CAGR through at least 2020. So it’s no surprise that flash storage is taking the storage market by storm.

    To help simplify this data management challenge and maintain high performance, companies are moving to a hybrid cloud storage approach. In fact, according to IDC, cloud will comprise 49% of enterprise storage spend in 2016 and is estimated to reach 54% by 2020.

    Join us for a live webcast with IDC on November 17, 2016 at Noon ET, 9:00 a.m. PT, where we will offer insights, trends and key benefits of moving your data center to a hybrid cloud storage environment.

    Topics that will be discussed include:
    •Cloud-based, cost-effective economics
    •Data tiering that improves efficiencies
    •Smarter archiving that improves performance and data protection operations

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