Achieving IT Resilience When Downtime Is Not An Option

Cloudendure

Worldwide Flight Services is one of the world's leading providers of ground handling services for airlines. Any downtime would result in an inability to screen and load cargo, causing financial losses, reputation damage, and customs fines.
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The IT infrastructure in organisations today is an outgrowth of over 50 years of evolution in computing platforms. There have been five stages in this evolution, each representing a different configuration of computing power and infrastructure elements. The five eras are general-purpose mainframe and minicomputer computing, personal computers, client/server networks, enterprise computing, and cloud and mobile computing.

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Denodo DataFest 2018 Ask the Experts: Cloud Modernization / Migration

Denodo

As data grows and diversifies, many organizations are finding that traditional methods of managing information are becoming outdated. Companies who are looking for scalable cloud solutions have the ability to instantly grow or shrink infrastructure using AWS, and Big Data and Analytics services such as Amazon Elastic MapReduce, Amazon Redshift, Amazon Aurora and Amazon S3 to turn data into actionable business insights for creating powerful business solutions.
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Nordic vFORUM Technical Insight Sessions

Register today for the recorded Nordic vFORUM Technical Insight Sessions in Finnish. You can watch them on-demand, in your own time. Below is a short description of each session.
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How VMware NSX fits into VCF and the common reasons for adoption

NSX-T can enhance and simplify the data centre environment with network virtualisation, as well as deliver immediate benefits to the business workload level to prevent the lateral spread of threats, and, due to its true cloud hybridity, security rules follow applications and workloads even across multi-cloud environments.
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Why 50% of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Deployments Fail

Unlike the traditional desktop environment, a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) provides companies with access to corporate resources from anywhere, anytime, and has a variety of benefits such as greater security, simplified management, scalability, and lower support costs. With the promise and excitement of desktop virtualization, many organizations are rushing to pilot or implement a VDI-type solution. However, as with most IT challenges, the underlying IT architecture and implementation can add significant complexity.
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The IT infrastructure in organisations today is an outgrowth of over 50 years of evolution in computing platforms. There have been five stages in this evolution, each representing a different configuration of computing power and infrastructure elements. The five eras are general-purpose mainframe and minicomputer computing, personal computers, client/server networks, enterprise computing, and cloud and mobile computing.

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