If you're a Window's Server 2008 user, be sure to check out BitLocker to keep your data secure. This webcast steps through how to configure and use BitLocker.
Today's IT manager is under pressure to balance the need to deliver significant value to a firm's business with the need to significantly reduce costs. Watch this on-demand webcast from Internet.com and IBM to see how companies can use virtualization to achieve the right balance, resulting in improved business agility.
This Webcast Produced for IBM
With today's storage technology the capability now exists to significantly increase data throughput by reducing or eliminating IO wait times, resulting in the highest levels of application performance. This Webinar will provide you with information and real life examples of the latest storage technology.
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Originally Broadcast: May 19, 2010
Join Doug Hazelman, chief strategist at Veeam Software, for new ideas that you can put to work today to enhance daily operations and business continuity.
Originally Broadcast: May 05, 2010
The presentation will also explain what end users should be looking for from their cloud providers, and what benefits and cost savings they can achieve.
Originally Broadcast: Mar 17, 2010
Join Arun Taneja and Eric Burgener as they explore new technologies in data and application recovery.
Originally Broadcast: Feb 09, 2010
Attend this webcast to learn how applying the right type of disk storage can reduce storage costs.
Originally Broadcast: Dec 11, 2009
This Webcast will address how Sun Microsystems’ various storage offerings provide the very latest cutting edge solutions for getting storage performance up to speed with virtualized servers.
Originally Broadcast: Oct 29, 2009
Originally Broadcast: Oct 07, 2009
In particular, the Webcast will explore the benefits of using a combination of iSCSI-based IP SANs and NAS to maximize storage performance and efficiency in virtual server environments.
Originally Broadcast: Sep 24, 2009
This session will present an overview of the various solutions for the challenges of Primary and Secondary Storage Optimization and real-world examples of successful deployments of Dedupe 2.0.
Originally Broadcast: Aug 20, 2009
Join experts from Isilon Systems and Surgient for a 60-minute, free webinar on best practices for defining and managing scalable storage solutions for self-service infrastructure delivery.
Originally Broadcast: Jun 25, 2009
Join virtualization industry experts to learn about best practices, tips and technologies, plus newly available options found in vRanger Pro 4.0 DPP, to improve your backup throughput without having to increase the backup window or exclude VMs from the backup plan.
All attendees will receive a copy of the 6 Ways to Reduce Your Overall Backup Window whitepaper.
Originally Broadcast: May 12, 2009
Capacity optimization is becoming a must-have technology for organizations looking to reduce storage costs.
Originally Broadcast: Dec 04, 2008
There are a number of different disaster recovery (DR) solutions available today, so it is incumbent upon IT storage managers to select an approach which is best suited to their requirements. Issues that need to be considered include the backup window, recovery point objective (RPO), and recovery time objective (RTO). In this webcast, we’ll describe and compare the pros and cons of various approaches to DR, including two common approaches – one based on enterprise backup software combined with a data de-duplicating virtual tape library (VTL) and an approach based on continuous data protection (CDP) technology.
Originally Broadcast: Nov 06, 2008
With data growth rates in the 50% - 100% range for most enterprises today and IT budgets declining, it's clear that legacy approaches to managing storage capacity growth need to be rethought. The fact that, for most enterprises, the performance requirements of 70% to 90% of the data currently sitting on expensive primary storage can be met much more cost-effectively with an active archival storage platform provides an opportunity to drastically cut the average blended $/GB most organizations are paying to house all their storage (primary and secondary). The customer problem is how to cost-effectively manage explosive data growth over time horizons on the order of decades while at the same time meeting the demands of new regulatory requirements, such as e-discovery.
This session will present new archiving strategies and solutions that answer the needs of 21st century businesses. It will look at why yesterday's technologies, such as tape or tiered storage devices, fail to address both long term archiving requirements and cost efficiencies required by today's enterprises. Presenters will include case studies to demonstrate the real business benefits and cost savings enterprise can achieve by adopting a 21st century data archiving strategy.
Originally Broadcast: Oct 30, 2008
An explosion of user-generated content has dramatically shifted the dynamics and economics of storage. Faced with terabyte- and petabyte-sized mountains of unstructured data, a broad range of industries including Digital Media, Web 2.0 and traditional enterprises are clamoring for fundamentally different approaches to their extreme storage needs. Whether they are hosting video, images, music, data or documents, these businesses need storage systems that can scale, are easy to use and manage, and break new ground in terms of affordability. For many of these companies, data is their business.
Join this webcast as Pete Brey of HP reviews how HP is helping customers build next-generation file serving environments that scale to meet ever-changing storage demands. Pete will preview the soon-to-be-released HP StorageWorks 9100 Extreme Data Storage System. He'll explain how this turnkey platform targets the specific requirements of petabyte-scale deployments with independent performance and capacity scaling and simplified management, at a fraction of the cost of traditional enterprise class storage. Pete will also provide real-world examples of how companies can deploy ExDS to sustain their current storage needs while better positioning for growth.
Originally Broadcast: Oct 23, 2008
Virtual servers are red hot, but a virtualized environment has a lot of implications for end users' storage strategies. In this webcast, the Taneja Group research and consulting firm will examine all of these issues, pinpointing the challenges and highlighting solutions that will enable users to get the most out of their virtual server environments -- including solid data protection and SAN strategies.
Originally Broadcast: Sep 25, 2008
The digital industry is in the midst of unprecedented growth and transformation. With so many ways to capture and share digital information, Web 2.0 businesses like social networking sites have propelled the growth and consumption of user generated rich media like photos, graphics, music and video files.
For video portals, live sports events and other online entertainment, the Internet is the vehicle for delivering on-demand digital content. Traditional broadcasting companies are also leveraging the Internet to deliver premium content in high-definition for on-demand viewing. As digital content and delivery evolve, both traditional enterprises and Web 2.0 companies need a solution that can scale to meet increasing demands.
Managing and delivering rich media files requires a special storage infrastructure. Attend this webcast as Srikanth Venkataseshu of HP explores the company’s next generation of Scalable NAS and discusses how its high availability and massive scalability is uniquely suited to address the demands of this new and exciting digital era.
Originally Broadcast: Jul 24, 2008
Unstructured data is growing exponentially and the reasons for that are well known. However, how an enterprise should manage this data and harness its value is far from well known. NAS has been around for almost two decades, but traditional architectures are straining under the sheer weight of this data. This webcast will look at what clustered file storage is and how it is different from traditional file storage. We will discuss how it can contain the data tsunami. Then we will look at various factors that make one type of clustered file storage stand out and another one just be an incremental improvement over traditional storage.
Originally Broadcast: Jul 10, 2008
A popular and effective approach to managing the increasing demand for storage has been to host networked storage on Windows file servers. The result is Windows file server sprawl. This rampant proliferation of file servers makes inexpensive systems expensive because of wasted capacity, low utilization rates and sub-optimal availability. Consolidating Windows file servers and storage devices establishes a highly available and independently scalable environment while substantially reducing management and infrastructure costs.
Watch this webcast to learn about the benefits of consolidating Windows file services using next-generation Scalable NAS, including: