It seems as though IBM has been around forever and for all of us that have invested in IBM technologies, we hope that it will be around well into the future.
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According to a survey of 400 corporate insurance experts around the world conducted by Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty SE (AGCS), business interruption (BI) and supply chain, natural catastrophes and fire/explosion are the top risks for businesses in 2014.
Rumors are swirling around about the future of PureSystems as a result of the impending plans for Lenovo to acquire its x86 server business. In a recent communications to its business partners, IBM said that it “remains committed to the PureSystems family as an accelerator for Big Data & Analytics and Cloud solutions, and as an important element of our growth strategy.”
Why are so many businesses looking at tapeless backup solutions to modernize the backup of their mission-critical data?
This year marks ABC Services’ 20th year in business. Over the past two decades, the team at ABC Services has seen a significant transformation in technology. Shortly before the company was founded, the World Wide Web was created and PCs became small enough to be completely portable. In the mid-90’s Microsoft Windows 95 was released and email and instant messaging were becoming popular.
You never know! This week Atlanta was paralyzed by snow. In late 2012, New York and New Jersey were overtaken by Sandy. Weather can be a factor anywhere and if you’re not properly prepared your business can suffer. Having the right safeguards in place to protect your data and systems from failure can be the difference in the success and profitability of your company.
The January issue of IBM Systems Magazine – Power Edition is full of great articles. Another information-filled article is the “” written by Tami Deedrick. She begins her article stating that there are more than 16,000 applications that support POWER7 technology. That is impressive and it is not even one of her “10 Things You May Not Know”.
The R&D department at Veeam has been working hard to release the next version of the company’s award-winning backup and replication product. Understanding that the traditional backup problems of limited capabilities, increased complexity and high cost are no longer acceptable for organizations, Veeam’s R&D team has focused on three key areas: innovation, features and performance.
Topics: Veeam v7
Joe McKendrick, a contributor of Forbes magazine, wrote an article on July 21 titled “5 Benefits of Cloud Computing You Aren’t Likely to See in a Sales Brochure.” Of course, he mentioned the key advantages most cloud computing companies mention: cost savings, elasticity, scalability, load bursting, and storage on demand. However, the primary focus of his article was on five other key benefits he believes are not discussed as much or as often:
Topics: Cloud Computing