Minimize risk and maximize business continuity in a virtualized world
Turn adversity into success with the right strategy, technologies, and mindset
Now more than ever, organizations are shifting their strategic IT operations management, business continuity planning and investment to systems that are simple to implement, manage and maintain. With huge numbers of us currently working from home, for example, infrastructure that can offer home workers and their employers the availability and performance their applications and services need has become a top priority.
Organizations need a streamlined business continuity solution that can secure company data, quickly implement work-from-home abilities and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), protect against ransomware, and make IT infrastructure easier and more cost effective.
In this webinar brought to you in association with Scale Computing, we discuss how you can turn adversity into success with the right strategy, technologies, and mindset. During the session, we also look at associated issues such as accessibility and security, culture shock, communication, transparency, and trust.
Managing Editor, ITPro.com
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Office of the CTO, Scale Computing
A thought leader in Hyperconvergence technology, Alan is a 30 year industry veteran and a technology evangelist who specializes in designing, prototyping, selling, and implementing disruptive storage and virtualization technologies. At Scale Computing, Alan helped build the worldwide presence of HC3. He designed and created the proof of concept, and then prototyped an industry-changing virtualization solution that conjoined virtualization, compute, high-availability and storage into Scale Computing's clustered solution. This was developed into Scale's HC3 platform and the industry term "Hyperconvergence" was coined to describe it.