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  • Private Cloud – It’s More Than Just Virtualisation
    Cloud will be part of your organisation’s future, regardless of your company size, your current distribution of workloads across various deployment types, or your current position on the viability of cloud services. Although the risk of leading a potentially unsuccessful cloud initiative may seem too great, the risk of pushing back and not advancing your organisation to embrace the cloud is even greater. IT teams that aren’t developing cloud environments and cloud skillsets today may soon find themselves outdated and of less value to the organisation. Now is the time to start making that transformation to ensure longer-term success for your company and your IT organisation. The challenges are determining how to incorporate cloud into strategic plans and managing risk while ramping up experience on the team. Looking at typical enterprise cloud road maps, Forrester finds that an internally based private cloud is a popular approach, but many struggle with setting up this new environment in a way that maximises benefits and positions these organisations for the customer-focused IT future.

Leaked memo reveals Big Blue is to stop selling NetApp units in favour of its own hardware

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The popular FlexPod project has been updated and can now reach out to multiple data centres

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The latest version of NetApp's OnTap storage operating system introduces quality of service and moves towards a software-defined data centre

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Unified Patents, backed by Google and NetApp, aims to help organisations pool their resources to dissuade attacks by patent litigators

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NetApp's new solid state flash storage array wants to gobble structured data

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NetApp has updated its high-end E-Series storage platform, which is designed for big data-type systems

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EMC gets its hands on some flash IP and expertise with XtremIO

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EMC and NetApp are eyeing up the all-Flash storage firm XtremIO

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NetApp has joined the rush to buy into the "big data" storage market by netting LSI's Eugenio storage business
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