DELL EMC ACCELERATES IT TRANSFORMATION THROUGH AUTONOMOUS INFRASTRUCTURE

| November 14, 2019

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This paper will explore the dynamics driving automation in enterprise IT organizations and demonstrate how new products like Dell EMC's PowerOne meets evolving business needs by delivering cloud-like services to the business while freeing IT resources from the mundane tasks that bog down productivity

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Transforming collaboration in Google Workspace

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After more than a year of remote collaboration, many people are showing signs of digital fatigue. Throughout the pandemic, millions of employees bridged the physical distances with their colleagues by making themselves more available, joining a deluge of virtual meetings, and leaning into a dizzying array of tools and applications. As part of our mission to build the future of work, we’re addressing these challenges in Google Workspace. As we announced today at I/O, we’re launching smart canvas—a new product experience that delivers the next evolution of collaboration for Google Workspace. Between now and the end of the year, we’re rolling out innovations that make it easier for people to stay connected, focus their time and attention, and transform their ideas into impact.

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How Are You Addressing Data Privacy Compliance On-Prem?

Article | August 8, 2021

The growth of data privacy regulation around the world is changing how companies store data. But what if something that has to stay the same is your on-prem data center? This article will cover data privacy in the data center, looking at both the drivers keeping personal data on-prem, the challenges to meeting data privacy regulations in the data center, and show how NetApp Cloud Data Sense’s new support for NetApp appliances and on-prem databases can massively reduce the burden of compliance for on-prem deployments. Why Some Data Needs to Stay On-Prem Reasons for Data to Stay On-Prem Public sector guidelines Performance concerns Specific expertise on premises Barriers to migration There are a number of different reasons why companies may choose not to move data to the cloud. While these reasons are primarily due to business concerns, any personal data that is stored on-prem is going to need to stay compliant with the growing number of private data regulations in force today. Public sector guidelines Data localization can be a factor for a number of reasons. Some localities require data to be protected in redundant format, specifically using on-prem machines. There are also some regulations, such as GDPR, which limits the transfer of data out of a specific region. That can be limiting for cloud deployment, and make staying on-prem more attractive. Performance concernsThe highest performance for your data is using the machine closest to the data. In the cloud, there are high performance options available, but some companies may not want to lose the superior performance that having data and compute on the same in-house appliance provides.

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IMPORTANCE OF CLOUD COMPUTING IN 2020

Article | February 17, 2020

Cloud computing has rapidly developed throughout the years and has demonstrated to be a boon for small entrepreneurs as well as enormous aggregates. The term has been settling in the market for 10 years, however, it picked up acknowledgment and prominence as of late. Cloud computing has all the information, messages, applications and considerably more in a virtual software like Google Drive and Dropbox, which are speedy and safe to access regardless of time and geological boundaries. Intel Security researched a sample universe of 1400 IT security experts. This research report uncovered that out of this sample, 93% of experts utilize hybrid (Private/Public) cloud computing services to operate their business operations. As per Gartner research, the cloud service industry is anticipated to reach $411 Bn by 2020, which was $260 Bn in 2017.

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Cloud computing for small businesses Five reasons why it works

Article | March 16, 2020

Small and medium businesses (SMEs) play a significant role in the development and growth of the economy of any country. They are also a vital part of the global economy. To stay afloat in an increasingly interconnected and competitive global market, SMEs also need to adapt to the latest technology. SMEs that fail to do so will eventually have to close their doors.One of the most crucial technologies that SMEs must start using is cloud computing. It can help your business grow swiftly, lower infrastructure costs, and help drive innovation. According to a survey by Gartner, up to 60 per cent of organisations will use an external service provider’s cloud-managed service offerings by 2022, doubling the percentage of such organisations since 2018.

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