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  • DCIG All-Flash Array Buyer's Guide

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    DCIG analysts do the heavy-lifting for you in this year's all-flash array buyer's guide, helping you quickly identify a shortlist of products that meet your enterprise's needs. Download your copy now to find the most suitable AFAs for your workloads, with 12 vendors' AFAs ranked based on a rigorous 8-step process.

  • NVMe Storage: A Comprehensive Introduction

    Sponsored by: Tegile, a Western Digital brand

    This 36-page e-book consists of seven chapters that provide an overview of how the advent of NVMe is altering the storage landscape. Download your copy for info on breaking the storage bottleneck with NVMe, NVMe vs. legacy interfaces, deployment models, and more.

  • Smarter Storage Starts with Analytics

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    In this e-guide, Senior Analyst Mike Matchett walks you through how to use smarter storage infrastructure with embedded analytical intelligence to harvest the desired value from your data. Read on to learn the top 5 benefits of storage analytics, how to utilize storage-hosted lambda functionality, and more.

  • Accelerate Workload Performance: A Blueprint for Storage Modernization

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    Inside, you'll find a blueprint for storage modernization based off of 4 guiding principles, as well as a case study which shows how one real-world company put these strategies to work.

  • CW ANZ – February 2018: Prepare for EU data law

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Faced with the double whammy of complying with Australia's upcoming data breach notification law and Europe's new data protection rules, Australian firms are behind where they need to be in their compliance efforts. In this month's CW ANZ, learn how Australia is getting ready for the GDPR and the challenges they are facing in meeting the new laws.

  • State of NVMe: Perceptions and Misconceptions

    Sponsored by: Tegile, a Western Digital brand

    This resource reports on the knowledge, perceptions, and misconceptions of NVMe from an assessment of 399 IT professionals. Download your copy to dig into the basics of NVMe and why companies are transitioning from disk-based to NVMe protocols, factors behind NVMe growth, and more.

  • CIO Report on Flash Arrays: Business Impact of Rapid Application Response Time

    Sponsored by: Tegile, a Western Digital brand

    This white paper will examine the misconception that flash storage costs are higher than the perceived benefits. Download now to learn how to measure the actual costs and benefits of flash systems, and how hybrid and all-flash can potentially deliver lower costs than traditional systems.

  • General-Purpose Disk Array Vendor Evaluation

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    This Gartner report evaluates 19 disk array solutions. Read on as each solution is ranked, with vendor strengths and cautions. The report also includes a holistic look at the future of disk arrays, and how vendors are expanding into tangential markets like HCIS and hybrid cloud.

  • Dell EMC PowerMax Overview

    Sponsored by: DELL EMC & INTEL®

    This infographic details the ins and outs of Dell EMC PowerMax all-flash technology, which with its 10 million IOPS and built-in machine learning is designed to power the most demanding apps. Download now to take advantage.

  • How Data Classification Can Solve Your Storage Problems

    Sponsored by: Data443

    In this expert guide, 20-year industry veteran Rich Castagna dives into "the holy grail of storage": data classification. Read on to delve into the definition of data classification, and how you can put it to use simplifying storage metadata and improving the speed of your arrays.

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