IDC believes that software-defined storage (SDS) continues to transform IT deployment and consumption of storage resources. For enterprises, SDS is really an on-ramp to deploying a hybrid cloud — one that allows a metered on-demand consumption of private and public cloud resources. Deploying SDS therefore is not a question of "if" but a question of "when." IDC's August 2015 Software-Defined Infrastructure Survey found that 75% of enterprises have deployed or are considering deploying some form of SDS in their environment. For such enterprises, the question of "why" is adequately clarified. In fact, IDC found that 61% of enterprises that deployed SDS have realized tangible benefits such as reduction in capex/opex costs, ease of management, reduction in provisioning time, and peace of mind knowing that they are no longer locked into a single vendor solution. IDC believes that SDS is compelling enterprises to switch from a pattern of selecting systems based on their capacity, performance, reliability, and cost characteristics to a service-focused decoupled acquisition model in which hardware and software are acquired independent of each other. Furthermore, the software in question (i.e., SDS) is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. In fact, for enterprises and vendors to succeed with SDS, they have to take a use case–driven approach.View whitepaper
To be successful, businesses must select a secure, reliable and scalable platform. LinuxONE For Dummies is designed to help you understand LinuxONE as a secure open platform that supports a hybrid cloud environment and Blockchain workloads. This book provides you with an overview of the value of LinuxONE when compared to other platforms. ...
Unless you’ve been holed up in Siberia herding reindeer since the launch of Sputnik 1, you probably know that your kid’s hand-me-down iPhone 3 could whup the Apollo 13 in both computing and storage capacity. And you likely are aware that the intense pace of innovation is continuing. Today’s network speeds are not only millions of times faster, but carry millions of times more data per second. Processing speed has grown exponentially. As for storage, the contents of the entire Library of Congress can be squeezed into an affordable disk array. Ti ...
The security professional’s job has become an endless game of cat-and-mouse, continually pursuing invisible attackers that can out-think, out-run, and outsmart most security systems. No matter how efficient and nimble the professional, the attackers are fast, too. And getting faster every day. As a result, endpoints remain vulnerable. ...
BlackBerry Cylance commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct
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The news headlines are replete with stories of devastating data breaches,
compromising the personal and professional data of millions. Cyber attackers
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technology adopters, in turn impacting their executives, employees, and
perhaps worst of all — customers and users.
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Passwörter stellen schon lange eine Herausforderung für die Cybersicherheit am Arbeitsplatz dar....