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Stopping a data retention crisis

By Mark Keddie, Global Director of Privacy, Veritas Technologies.

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WHAT’S YOUR DATA WORTH?

Valuing data like any other asset would make it work better for business. By Herman Heyns is Co-Founder and CEO of Anmut.

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The modern data deluge – are you sinking or swimming?

By Patrick Smith, Field CTO, EMEA, Pure Storage.

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Don’t Gamble with Your Legacy Data

By Philip Bridge, President, Ontrack

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How storage is changing for the data age

Consumers everywhere are sharing data at lightning fast speeds and with extraordinary frequency — from videos and photographs to personal data, creative musings and medical records, with virtually everything being stored digitally for future reference. There are billions of mobile phones in the world, emitting 18 exabytes (1 billion gigabytes) of data each month. By Richard Walsh, head of memory marketing, Samsung Semiconductor Europe.

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Leveraging the cloud to unleach the realpower of your unstructured data

And saying goodbye to legacy file data systems. By Barry Russell, SVP and GM of Cloud at Qumulo.

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Maximising performance and improving strategy using key data management trends

No one can predict the future with 100 percent certainty. This year alone is evidence of that fact, with the pandemic turning the business landscape upside down. In January, very few would have expected the struggles that lay ahead, as offices shut, finances became sparse and employees were forced to work from home. By Alberto Pan, Chief Technical Officer at Denodo.

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How to implement effective data lifecycle management

Digital transformation is taking hold. Leading to organisations producing more data than ever before and at an increasingly fast volume. By Philip Bridge, President, Ontrack.

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The Lord of the Data: A cautionary tale

One dataset to rule them all, one team to find them. One tool to bring them all and the database bind them…. By Gordon Cullum, Chief Technology Officer at Mastek.

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Having a plan to upgrade ‘legacy IT’ is a must for businesses

Companies operating on old or inefficient systems is not new. Many were struggling years – if not decades – ago to run profitable concerns using outdated or inflexible technology, explains Philip White, Audacia.

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Storing data – why organisations need to rethink their approach

According to research group IDC, the number of connected devices is forecasted to grow to 42bn by 2025. With the demand for the Internet of Things (IoT), automation and 5G continuing to grow, and heavily influencing businesses and supply chains over the coming years, the sheer volume of data that companies will be dealing with will become more and more overwhelming. Whereas five to ten years ago we’d see new data centres popping up everywhere to store and move all of the data around, this is no longer the case. Many cities, such as Amsterdam, have put a stop to anymore data centres being built as they drain power from the grid and cities have to invest more in power and cooling systems to keep them running efficiently. Peter Ruffley, CEO at Zizo explains how there is an urgent need for existing data centres to be utilised better and for businesses to become savvier in how they store and move data. Just because businesses can store data, doesn’t mean they should.

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Videos

Park Place Technologies has been on quite some journey, as the company has grown from its core Third Party Maintenance focus to today’s data centre network optimisation specialist organisation. Ian Shearer, Managing Director, APAC & EMEA, Park Place Technologies, discusses recent developments at the company, which include several acquisitions, technical solution and professional services innovations.
Stéphane Estevez, EMEA Director of Product Marketing, Observability & IT Markets at Splunk, discusses the findings of the company’s ‘State of Observability 2022’ report. He outlines the three different stages of the observability journey, the main reasons why organisations adopt observability solutions and the main benefits of doing so. He ends up with some key observability recommendations.
Mike McAdam, Data Centre Director EMEA, and Simon Prichard, Product Strategy Manager, both at Mitsubishi Electric Europe, explain how real-time data visualisation and smart insights can help to optimise data centre power and cooling infrastructure, before discussing the wider sustainability challenges and opportunities facing the industry into the future. They also share the company’s plans to leverage its critical infrastructure expertise to expand its presence within the data centre sector.
Or Lenchner, CEO, Bright Data, discusses the growing importance of ESG data, outlining the challenges of accessing, collecting, collating and analysing the many available data sources, and suggesting that improved government guidance and regulation is the way forward, along with the right analytics solution.

News

ScienceLogic appoints Corr-Serve as value added distributor to bolster AIOps managed services channel.
Industry’s first AI- and cloud-delivered, automation-driven metro networking solution delivers highest independently-rated power efficiency, dramatic TCO reduction and industry-leading performance.
Healthcare professionals at Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust are trialling an AI application designed to help detect lung cancers on chest x-rays sooner, in the first UK project set up using the Sectra Amplifier Service.
Ingenuity Studios has selected VAST to help deliver next-level realism to a host of long- and short-form works, including feature films, television series, music videos, commercials, and more. Ingenuity Studios tapped VAST Data’s Universal Storage architecture to leapfrog the status quo by deploying a simple data storage platform that allows artists and animators to easily collaborate on projects with ultra-fast performance and low-latency, without the classic flash storage tax.