Storage: Getting the strategy right
Picking the right data storage strategy is not easy. Cloud computing has given business a lot of options, but there are still those who argue that storing data onsite is a good option. How does a business pick a storage strategy that stays within the budget, but also has any eye for its future needs? This storage roundtable discussed how to come up with and put in place a strategy that effectively deals with storage needs.
What's the future of storage?
As the amount of data companies need to store grows exponentially, new thinking is required.
Cloud obscured the storage horizon
Local companies not embracing cloud for storage, but business demands are putting strain on resources.
Africa demands powerful, sustainable storage
The EMEA region and Latin America are showing growth in the storage sector, says Othelo Vieira, Dell enterprise solutions specialist at Tarsus Technologies.
A new world order for storage
Old enterprise storage paradigms are giving way to cloud services and converged systems.
Storage issues businesses will face
It's time to map out some of the things we're likely to see as we progress further into the year, says Kieran Harty, CTO and co-founder at Tintri.
Top storage trends help automate, simplify IT
Automation has long been heralded as a way to simplify IT management, and this trend is spreading to the storage market, says Brad Pulford, enterprise solutions group director at Dell.
Fitting the pieces together
Converged infrastructure is changing the way enterprises buy storage solutions.
Data outside the data centre
Data at branch offices need to be managed with tighter discipline.