Using the Cloud as Your New DR Site

As budgets continue to stay flat, and demand for IT services increases, more companies are taking advantage of cloud services. Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is an early entry point into the cloud for most users; DRaaS not only proves that the cloud will work for their organizations but also save them time and money. This webinar will discuss how Seagate's and Iron Mountain's technologies and services help customers solve these problems.
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Read the eBook to find out how the cloud model of paying only for the resources that you need—and only when you need them—supports experimentation and evaluation and is a great solution for short-term or occasional-use projects where investment in a dedicated cluster is cost prohibitive.


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Cloud Computing and the Geospatial Sciences

Amazon Web Services

Speaker: Michael Bevis, Professor, Ohio Eminent Scholar, OSU.`

Effectively Securing the Cloud: A Primer for Success

Palerra

Many leading enterprises today have embraced the Cloud, especially SaaS, as critical enablers of their business. In this webinar, Bill Billings, Head of Information Security at Ooyala, a subsidiary of Telstra that provides online video technology products and services, will share his thoughts and considerations for securing the Cloud, and best practices for how organizations should roll out a comprehensive security framework to monitor and protect critical Cloud assets.

How Big Data is disrupting Wealth Management

The global wealth management industry is one of the growth components for any financial institution worth its weight in gold it is one of the most ripe for disruption. In this business and technology focused webinar, we’ll discuss the practice of wealth management & its lifecycle. We’ll also analyze the innovations being transferred into this sector by Big Data and other allied technologies and demonstrate how Hadoop can accelerate business transformation.

Webinar: Using the Cloud to Create a Truly All-Flash Data Center

storageswiss

For years vendors have been trying to drive down the cost of flash so that the all-flash data center can become reality. The problem is that even the rapidly declining price of flash storage can’t keep pace with the rapidly declining price of hard disk. As a result data that does not need to be on flash storage has to be stored on something less expensive. But does that less expensive storage need to be another hard disk array or could it be stored in the cloud?

Spotlight

Read the eBook to find out how the cloud model of paying only for the resources that you need—and only when you need them—supports experimentation and evaluation and is a great solution for short-term or occasional-use projects where investment in a dedicated cluster is cost prohibitive.

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