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Data in the World of Dynamic Hybrid Clouds

Hybrid clouds are rapidly emerging as the ideal model for data-driven applications. The allure of better performance and agility at a lower total cost is compelling to business and technical managers alike.

But how do you stay in control of your data? Through this webcast, you'll see how IBM clients and Business Partners are taking advantage of hybrid clouds, and how they're resolving the important issues of data management, data protection, and data security.
Recorded Nov 19 2014 60 mins
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Steve (Woj) Wojtowecz, VP Storage & Network Management Software, IBM Tivoli; Richard Spurlock, CEO & Founder, Cobalt Iron
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