An evaluation and decision guide for IT leaders and professionals
Traditional storage management was about predicting needs, then implementing, optimizing and administering hardware to meet performance, service level and data protection requirements. As part of this, the mantra was often to err on the side of stability, and only change things when absolutely necessary.
The world of storage has moved on, however, becoming far more dynamic and data-rich. In response, storage vendors have added new capabilities and automations, but all too often they have simply expanded the old ways of doing things. If any of the following challenges seem familiar, you’ll know that the old ways are no longer adequate.
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Bryan is a technology enthusiast and industry veteran. He has been analysing, explaining and writing about IT and business in a highly engaging manner for around three decades. His experience spans the early days of minicomputers and PC technology, through the emergence of cellular data and smart mobile devices, to the latest developments of the software-defined age in which we all live today. Over his career, Bryan has seen at first-hand how IT changes the world – and how the world changes IT – and he brings that extensive insight to his role as an industry analyst.
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