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By: Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity     Published Date: Nov 28, 2017
According to many market research analysts, the global wireless access point (WAP) market is anticipated to continue its upward trajectory and to grow at an impressive compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of approximately 8% through 2020. Many enterprises are utilizing cloudcomputing technology for cost-cutting purposes, eliminating investments required for storage hardware and other physical infrastructures. With significant growth expected in Internet usage, particularly bandwidth consuming video traffic, WAP vendors need to enable their customers to monitor and improve device performance, improve end user experience, and enhance security. These customers include general enterprises that offer Internet access to patrons like airports, hotels, retail / shopping centers and so on. These external Internet access providers can differentiate themselves by offering optimum service through advanced network analytics, traffic shaping, application control, security capabilities and more.
Tags : utilization, challenges, dpi, benefits, airport, public, wifi, qoe, qos, security
     Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity
By: IBM     Published Date: Jun 13, 2018
In the digital era, businesses in every industry are becoming technology companies. New business models such as “product as a service” (in which traditional manufacturers and distributors are driving new revenue streams by integrating software-based services into their offerings) and new operational models, such as collaboration, social business, and mobile platforms, mean that nearly every company is deriving at least part of its revenue from cloudbased solutions. So, why are so many of these new cloud solution providers building their businesses on shaky foundations? The truth is, when your business is based in the cloud, you need more than on-demand leased compute and storage capacity. You need a cloud that is enterprise-grade, secure, and resilient. Equally important—and overlooked by too many cloud solution providers—you need a cloud platform that is able to grow your business into the future, supporting next-generation functionality like Artificial Intelligence (AI). No matter wh
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     IBM
By: Pure Storage     Published Date: Oct 09, 2017
Over time, hybrid cloud will increasingly become the mainstream deployment model for IT infrastructure. Flash storage brings with it many benefits necessary in hybrid cloud environments, and IDC already views it as a requirement for enterprise workloads that have any performance sensitivity. This IDC white paper discusses the state of enterprise storage with respect to the evolving cloud storage market, explains why flash storage is needed in these environments, and then discusses what Pure Storage, a leading all-flash array vendor, brings to the table in this area. The document concludes with a short service provider case study.
Tags : cloud analytics, cloud development, cloud storage, cloud management, cloud security, cloud services, storage analytics
     Pure Storage
By: Pure Storage     Published Date: Oct 09, 2017
Cloud computing and all-flash storage are two of the most important innovations driving next-generation IT initiatives. While it may seem at first that these are parallel trends, in reality they are inextricably intertwined. Without the benefits of all-flash storage —driving new levels of performance, agility and management simplicity — enterprises would not be able to modernize their infrastructures to deliver cloud services. It is no coincidence that the largest hyperscale cloud providers rely on all-flash storage solutions as their storage foundation. Pure Storage all-flash storage arrays provide enterprise customers with a safe, secure and smooth path to the all-flash cloud. You can take the journey in stages, starting small with a single application or two, and then adding more applications through consolidation and virtualization. You can also implement multiple stages at once.
Tags : data management, data system, business development, software integration, resource planning, enterprise management, data collection
     Pure Storage
By: CenturyLink     Published Date: Jan 02, 2015
The market for cloud compute infrastructure as a service (a virtual data center of compute, storage and network resources delivered as a service) is still maturing and rapidly evolving. Strategic providers must therefore be chosen carefully.
Tags : gartner, magic quadrant, compute infrastructure, storage resources, network resources, strategic providers, it management, knowledge management
     CenturyLink
By: MobileIron     Published Date: May 07, 2018
Office 365, Microsoft’s cloud-based productivity suite, includes online versions of Microsoft’s most popular solutions, like Exchange and SharePoint, storage through OneDrive, and several mobile apps, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, and Skype for Business. Office 365 is central to Microsoft’s strategy as the company evolves into a mobile-first, cloud-first software and solutions provider. Many MobileIron customers are increasingly using Office 365 on mobile devices instead of on traditional PCs. Therefore the ability to secure and deploy Office 365 on mobile devices using MobileIron is a common requirement.
Tags : security, office, 365, mobileiron, microsoft, cloud, onedrive, business
     MobileIron
By: Group M_IBM Q418     Published Date: Sep 24, 2018
Take a look at the IT ecosystem of any company today and there’s a good chance you’ll find it includes offerings from several cloud services providers. That’s certainly the case at mid- to large-sized companies with at least 500 employees, according to a recent survey conducted by IDG Research. The survey of 100 senior IT professionals found that 59% are already multi-cloud adopters — that is, using computing and storage services from two or more cloud providers. Another 31% of respondents say they plan to become multi-cloud organizations in the coming 12-24 months, with only 10% still in the “consideration” phase.
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     Group M_IBM Q418
By: CenturyLink     Published Date: Jan 02, 2015
The market for cloud compute infrastructure as a service (a virtual data center of compute, storage and network resources delivered as a service) is still maturing and rapidly evolving. Strategic providers must therefore be chosen carefully.
Tags : gartner, magic quadrant, compute infrastructure, storage resources, network resources, strategic providers, it management, knowledge management, data center
     CenturyLink
By: Nasuni     Published Date: Apr 28, 2011
How Cloud Enabled Virtual Filer is Protected.
Tags : nasuni, virtual filer, storage switzerland, backup, file server, data protection, cloud storage provider, virtualization
     Nasuni
By: Stratus Technologies     Published Date: Jun 04, 2009
Cloud computing allows companies to use IT resources as a service, taking advantage of shared applications, processing and storage managed within the cloud - either inside a private cloud at an internal data center, or in an external cloud at a service provider. Greater robustness of the virtualized servers supporting this new IT model will ensure a resilient cloud infrastructure capable of delivering "on-demand" access to users.
Tags : demand, stratus, cloud computing, virtualized, on demand, storage management, shared applications, cloud, x86, virtualization, server, disaster recovery, business agility, business continuity, it administration, failure, scalability, smp, symmetric multiprocessing, data integrity
     Stratus Technologies
By: HP     Published Date: Oct 01, 2014
Cloud computing is a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. At the time this definition was published, “cloud” was already part of industry parlance, and was beginning to take root in the general lexicon. Additionally, global business spending for infrastructure and services related to the cloud had topped $78 billion. This year, enterprise spending on the cloud will reach an estimated $174 billion, and is expected to climb to $235 billion by 2017.2 Inevitably, as both business IT and consumer mindsets evolve toward the cloud in coming years, we will continue to witness dramatic growth in IT products in some areas, and significant reductions in other areas—resulting in a reshaping of the industry as a whole.
Tags : cloud, computing, on-demand, management, interaction, network, access, configurable, applications, servers, storage, model, it management
     HP
By: Rackspace     Published Date: Jan 19, 2016
In recent years, the term “cloud” has appeared seemingly everywhere. But it’s become difficult to understand what precisely someone means when they say “cloud.” The National Institute of Standards and Technology defines cloud computing as a “model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g. networks, servers, storage, applications and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.”
Tags : rackspace, cloud, application, software development, security
     Rackspace
By: SilverSky     Published Date: May 22, 2014
Companies today are able to focus more time on their core competencies by trusting email and other resource-intensive activities to experts in the cloud. Thinking of moving services to the cloud? Read SilverSky’s comprehensive list of things to consider when evaluating cloud-based email solutions.
Tags : silversky, ibm, cloud, cloud-based email, cloud business email, email service, email solutions, cloud based email solutions, email storage, email monitoring, data protection, email service provider, business technology
     SilverSky
By: Epicor     Published Date: Sep 25, 2014
The software as a service (SaaS) model of application delivery, more commonly known as ‘cloud deployment’, in which software features are accessed through a Web browser, is an excellent way for manufacturing companies to get the bene?ts of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems without the need to build additional IT infrastructure. ERP functionality delivered “from the cloud” avoids the complexity and costs that often accompany on premisess ERP implementations, and typically provides a much more favorable total cost of ownership, compared to legacy on premisess deployment. Companies subscribe to the software features that they need and can add new ones as business requirements change, without buying additional servers or storage to support new functionality. The ERP features are the same as for an on premises ERP system, except that it is hosted and maintained on the Cloud provider’s infrastructure.
Tags : saas, cloud deployment, cloud erp, it infrastructure, software features, application delivery, it management, data management
     Epicor
By: Firehost     Published Date: Jan 07, 2015
This paper compares benchmarks and shows what a high performance, secure cloud infrastructure can do for your business.
Tags : secure cloud infrastructure, firehost, storage performance, cloud providers
     Firehost
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