Every day, roughly 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created. Often referred to as “Big Data,” these data sets can be so large and complex that organizations can no longer effectively store, search, share, or analyze them with current database management tools. However, “in-memory computing” solutions such as the DL980 are an ideal platform for supporting this initiative.Read more >
A Webcast to help you fully prepare for 2013.
In 2012, Mobile Computing and Mobile BI’s impact is now both clear and profound. With the benefit of several years of data, there are identifiable trends and an evolution upon us. This study explores the many facets of this phenomenon – exploring how this market dynamic has evolved and where it’s likely to head in the future.
**How critical is Mobile BI to you versus your competitors?
**How many organizations will deploy Mobile BI in the next 12 months?
**Native or HTML5? (Hint: Native)
**iOS or Android?
As Howard says himself... “We’re in the midst of a profound shift toward Mobile BI and mobile computing”. Come and find out how to profit from this Mobile wave.
The SNIA DMF Information Lifecycle Management Initiative has gone beyond the marketing hype that has surrounded ILM for the past 5 years, by launching the new “ILM Maturity Model.”
Organizations looking to reduce operating costs and improve efficiencies in the data center need to assess their information assets and have a roadmap for improvement. A vendor-neutral Information Lifecycle Management Maturity self-assessment tool is now available for use. Attend this webcast and find out how to download the tool.
In these challenging economic times this webinar will show you how sound ILM practices have evolved in the data center as a tool to cut costs.
The ILM Maturity Model provides both a self-assessment method and a roadmap of sorts, outlining the steps that organizations have taken, or need to take, to achieve a self-regulating, optimized, policy-based information management practice. Join us and learn for example, how the latest computing trend – “Cloud computing” - is a natural extension of data center services rooted in sound ILM principles.