Why Web 3.0 is Important to Enterprise Storage

Presented by

Stefaan Vervaet, Protocol Labs; Rafal Szczesniak, Dell; Joseph White, Dell; Shawn Flynn, The Silicon Valley Podcast

About this talk

Explore the exciting and rapidly evolving world of decentralized storage and how it is bridging the gap between Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 In this webinar, we will provide an overview of the importance of enterprise decentralized storage and why it is more relevant now than ever before. We will delve into the benefits and demand of decentralized storage and discuss the evolution of on-premises to cloud to decentralized storage (cloud 2.0). We will also explore the various use cases of decentralized storage, including its role in data privacy and security, and the potential for decentralized applications (dApps) and blockchain technology. As part of this webinar, we will introduce you to the Decentralized Storage Alliance, a group of like-minded individuals and organizations committed to advancing the adoption of decentralized storage. We will provide insights into the members of the Alliance and the Working Groups that are driving innovation and progress in this exciting field and answer questions such as: ● Why is enterprise decentralized storage important? ● What are the benefits, the demand, and why now? ● How will on-premises to cloud to decentralized storage evolve? ● What are the use cases of decentralized storage? ● Who are the members and Working Groups of the Decentralized Storage Alliance? Join us to gain valuable insights into the future of decentralized storage and discover how you can be part of this game-changing technology.

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