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Every hard disk will fail - keeping data alive and safe is no small task for IT departments especially as the amount of data exponentially increases. And with the rise of cloud services, providers find that storage is often one of the darnedest challenges. "Transforming Storage" is an online radio series sponsored by Intel, which covers how intelligent storage is changing the way IT manages and secures data.
||CleanTransforming Storage: Private Cloud, Meet Public Cloud||Transforming Storage: If you take a look at the agenda topics of this year’s SNW held in Long Beach, CA, you’ll notice the blurring of the lines between private and public clouds. Perhaps it was inevitable. Many companies, like Intel, keep the||10/15/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTransforming Storage: Meeting the Big Data Challenge||Transforming Storage: With huge numbers of users of a smart phone, tablet or laptop accessing the Internet and storing information there (especially pictures, music and video), the amount of data storage required to service all that activity is monument||9/30/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTransforming Storage: The Rise of Intelligent Storage||Transforming Storage – Episode 3 – Gold iPhones couldn’t have been a bigger hit. Over the weekend Apple sold more than 9 million iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C models. But the iPhone, as well as every smart phone and tablet, would be just a sim||9/25/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTransforming Storage: Intelligent Storage, Secure Data||Transforming Storage – Episode 2 – The practices of data security professionals require the latest technologies and an understanding of human nature. Talk to anyone in security and they readily recount stories of breaches that were accomplishe||9/3/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTransforming Storage: Protecting Data Forever||Transforming Storage – Episode 1 – When terrorists tried to blow up the World Trade Center in 1993, Wall Street started to seriously worry about the safety of their financial data. The moment marks a shift in thinking about the capabilities of||5/8/2013||Free||View in iTunes|