Every major initiative for optimizing data center performance, decreasing TCO, increasing ROI, or maximizing productivity – including consolidation, virtualization, clouds, server upgrades, tiered storage, data analytics and BI tools – involves storage data migration.
Data has an incalculable value, and its loss can have significant impact. As Frost & Sullivan says in a recent Executive Brief, “one would expect that storage data migrations should be approached with the same attention a museum lavishes on a traveling Rembrandt exhibit.” To expand on this, in 2012 it was estimated that $8 billion worldwide was spent in data migration services.
For many years, cloud computing was dogged by fears of loss of data security, and while those concerns have faded, a forceful security strategy is still essential for any Cloud initiative. At HP Discover 2013 in Las Vegas, Lois Boliek will be delving into this topic with a couple of must-see sessions:
By Richard L. Sawyer, Strategist, HP Critical Services
When you breach the wall between these two disciplines, good things can happen. Start with a change in viewpoint.
By Yanick Pouffary, Chief Technologist, Technology Services Networking
Networking has been the laggard in IT innovation for too long. Not any more! If you’re heading to Interop next week, or to HP Discover 2013 in June, you can learn about exciting new opportunities to transform your network and deliver the results your business needs.
The world’s first software defined server is the latest in a long, very proud tradition of industry-shaking innovations ranging from the backbone of the Internet to molecular logic gates for nanocomputing.