Hitachi Data Systems is pleased to sponsor an on-going monthly webcast forum where technical end-users can learn from HDS experts how to:
Each lively one-hour webcast will be filled with ideas and information for you and will have plenty of time for questions. At many of the webcasts, you’ll receive an exclusive white paper to help you keep abreast of current and upcoming technologies.
Content Mobility Extended for Easy, Efficient Data Access
January 28, 2015 (9am PT, 12pm ET)
Data is increasingly used in a variety of systems, devices, applications and locations. Rather than maintain copies of data in each and every place where it might be needed, you can mobilize content so it is in the right place at the right time for greater ease and efficiency. Content mobility makes your data available anywhere, anytime, on any device and makes hybrid cloud secure, simple and smart. Join us for a discussion about the trends, technologies and tactics that will help you mobilize data to achieve a range of goals.
Attend this webcast and you'll learn how to:
Greg Knieriemen, technology evangelist, Hitachi Data Systems
Jeff Lundberg, senior product marketing manager, Hitachi Data Systems
Make Storage Management Automation a Reality
February 11, 2015 (9am PT, 12pm ET)
IT organizations are dealing with significant data growth and increased technology complexities. At the same time, they must control rising operating costs with limited resources. Hitachi Automation Director enables a self-service infrastructure to address today's management challenges and helps to build a sustainable foundation for IT management efficiency. By attending this webcast, you'll learn how to:
Sushant Sawant, Principal Consultant, Hitachi Data Systems
IT Economics Transparency
March 25, 2015 (9am PT, 12pm ET)
CIOs have an increasing need to care about the finances and costs of IT, creating and aligning services demanded by the business segments to IT resources that are becoming available from other sources (like cloud providers). Internal IT has to compare and compete with new commercial offerings that are often sold directly to the business. IT will see major transformations in delivery and ownership over the next few years, and IT managers need better transparency of the internal costs in order to be relevant/ competitive. There are many cases where IT departments need to act more like profit centers, treating internal users like customers potentially even brokering several service models. New methods of metering, SLA management, chargeback and service flexibility are required.
By attending this webcast, you'll learn how to:
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