By selecting IBM XIV Storage System as its strategic platform for data storage for SAP ERP, TCCT improved performance by 20 percent while reducing capital and operational costs. The solution also reduces complexity, improves scalability and enables rapid disaster recovery.
Find out how Aspera can help law firms, and corporate in-house legal teams rapidly collect, process, and analyze Electronically Stored Information (ESI) even when they are located remotely over wide-area networks (WANs) poses fundamental challenges. The WANs connecting locations—from remote offices to central facilities to partner companies—often vary in speed and quality, causing conventional transfer tools to fail or be rendered impractical.
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Transferring, replicating, or synchronizing file-based assets in these heterogeneous environments over wide-area networks (WANs) presents serious challenges using traditional TCP-based replication tools. In this Webinar, learn how to deploy high-speed sync and replication across heterogeneous storage environments to support a broad set of use cases.
From initial trepidation, enterprises have now progressed to contemplating the best ways to secure their foray into the cloud.The establishment of the Cloud Security Alliance's APAC headquarters in Singapore forms one further step in the region's commitment toward Cloud security. VP for Cloud Security at Trend Micro shares why APAC is important for the Cloud's progress and how organizations should best safeguard their cloud experiences.
Gareth Bridges, principal technology specialist, information risk management at Symantec walks us through some of the prevailing myths, realities and challenges companies must understand when it comes to DLP.
Andrew Martin, vice president of Asia Pacific at BakBone Software, cautions against the common myths associated with backup.
Craig McKeena is a certified consulting IT storage specialist for IBM. He describes the state of storage provisioning and how thin provisioning is built around the principles of virtualization for storage. He believes that many vendors have a thin provisioning solution and suggests enterprise test the solution before buying it. (duration: 4min 11sec)
A clustered NAS is a NAS that is using a distributed file system running simultaneously on multiple servers. The key difference between a clustered and traditional NAS is the ability to distribute (e.g. stripe) data and metadata across the cluster nodes or storage devices. Clustered NAS, like a traditional one, still provides unified access to the files from any of the cluster nodes, unrelated to the actual location of the data. Kenny Chu, product marketing manager for HP StorageWorks, discusses some of the technical benefits of clustered NAS.
People have the perception that backup is nothing more than just making a copy of your data. Andrew Martin, vice president for Asia Pacific with BakBone Software, argues that your backup strategy have to include other areas. He also explains that while backup is well known, many are still confused with new technology developments that flow from backup technology.