This research is based on a global IDC survey of 1,305 executives involved in IT infrastructure and business transformation at companies with 500 or more employees. The goals: understand how flash is enabling business transformation and the business benefits associated with higher rates of flash adoption.
Accelerate your applications and your IT roadmap with the speed, effciency and affordability of All-Flash solutions from Dell EMC and Intel®. Meet the complete portfolio of All-Flash arrays and see why Dell EMC is the #1 All-Flash leader.
In today's lightning-fast digital world, it's critical for businesses to make their move to the Modern Data Center where flash storage reigns supreme.<br/><br/>Flash is now the new normal thanks to its affordability, agility, efficiency and speed. And thanks to Dell EMC and Intel®, businesses can begin their journey to the Modern Data Center with the broadest All-Flash portfolio on the market.
Dell EMC Unity, powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, delivers the ultimate in All-Flash storage simplicity and value to speed deployment, streamline management and seamlessly extend the data storage to the cloud.
Unity™ represents the ultimate in storage simplicity and value in the midrange all-flash storage market by harnessing the power of a modern flash design to combine with radical simplicity. The Unity all-flash array comes with built-in data protection, cloud-based tiering and management, inline data reduction efficiencies, and all inclusive software to deliver the best combination of allflash midrange storage economics of price, density, and TCO.
CBS Interactive is proud to present "When concrete and steel meet sensors and signals: How a mobile workforce can make it all work," a detailed and informative white paper about equipping a mobile workforce to maintain the digital elements of critical infrastructure.
Are You Prepared For Complex Attacks On Your Network? Learn how advanced hybrid security solutions meet you where you are and get you to the level of security you need.
Modernize your understanding of Hybrid WAN. Have you heard what industry analyst, Mike Sapien from Ovum, is saying about hybrid WAN? Hint: It doesn't include the need to abandon MPLS.
The benefits of agile software development, like high-quality code and faster release cycles, are well known. But agile methodologies can be mistaken as an 'ad-hoc' approach to working; most agile teams limit planning to the immediate future, like what are we doing in the next sprint?