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Stories by Sandra Van Dijk
Welcome to the postmodern age of business where IT leaders need to re-imagine their role and lead from the front by taking more calculated risks.
Media tablets have finally found a place in the small to medium business (SMB) sector, supplementing notebooks and smartphones.
Australia is the second biggest market for storage systems within the Asia Pacific region. Market growth in 2011 is likely to be in the range of 55 per cent, according to Gartner. One factor that definitely influences purchasing is movement in the competitive landscape, specifically mergers, acquisitions and partnerships, which change often. Gartner predicts storage consolidation will continue as a larger portfolio of vendors attempt to add strategic functionality to their offerings. Following is a roundup of market changes involving the biggest players.
Buyers need to know where technology is heading. Following is a guide to some of the technology trends that will shape your storage purchasing decisions.
Demand is increasing for simple to manage, easy to grow and cost effective storage, especially in environments where there are few dedicated storage administrators. The key for any organisation searching for an optimum storage solution is to understand which of its goals are most important. The final decision will take many factors into account including functionality, price, total cost of ownership (TCO), in-house skill levels and predicted growth across the organisation. Here is a shopping checklist.
Storage infrastructure modernisation, expanded server and now desktop virtualization projects, disk-based backup and archiving deployments, new file-oriented applications and Cloud-based service offerings are activities propelling new investments in storage.
Server provisioning and configuration management is a set of tools focused on managing the configuration life cycle of physical and virtual server environments. Some vendors offer functionality for the entire life cycle of physical servers, or they may offer specific point solutions in a couple of areas or focus solely on virtual servers.
A lack of parallel programming expertise in the IT sector and the impact it will have on future server platforms is one of the biggest questions for computing over the next decade, according to James Harland, the associate professor of computer science at RMIT University.
As the most hyped concept in IT today, Cloud Computing has taken spin to a whole new level. Vendor marketing is awash with the benefits of Cloud Computing with little mention of the pitfalls.
As the most hyped concept in IT today, Cloud Computing has taken spin to a whole new level. Vendor marketing is awash with the benefits of Cloud computing with little mention of the pitfalls.