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Why shared Storage is Important for your Business

January 4, 2017


We all aware of the mind numbing growth of data being generated today.  It is for that reason that according to IDC, more than 30,000 PB of new external storage system capacity was purchased in 2014 alone, an increase of 30% over the prior year.  Beyond simply being aware of it however, we must learn […]

Movement is Life

May 26, 2016


I have been writing a lot about the Software Defined Datacenter or SDDC.  The primary reason for software defining your network infrastructure is to gain elasticity, flexibility and addictiveness.  Hardware is rigid, anchored and unmoving.  Software is fluid and shifting. Technology has followed the flow of mobility.  The mainframe gave way to the client/server model […]

SDN – The Next Revolution

May 10, 2016


We are in the midst of a new revolution, a revolution called SDN, or Software Defined Networking.  Revolutions are about delivering impactful change, change that is necessary in order to bring about the substantive attainments that the masses demand.  It seems that a major revolution comes to fruition within the IT and communications industry once […]

Preparing for the Software Defined Datacenter

May 5, 2016


In an article dated August 2, 2012, Forbes Magazine stated. “SDN holds the promise to impact the global economy to a greater degree than any other development including the browser.”1 It went on to say that “It is likely the most valuable IT development in the last generation.” None of this is news to the […]

The Age of the Digital Disruptor

January 27, 2016


During the recent nationwide Azure tour, James Staten, General Manager of Cloud and Enterprise Strategy for Microsoft introduced a phrase that should be the mantra for all organizations competing in today’s economy, “If you don’t disrupt, you will be disrupted yourself.”   I was able to attend the presentation in Atlanta and though I didn’t learn […]