By: Jacob Chacko, Regional Director – Middle East, Saudi & South Africa at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company As …
Veeam Previews Future Product Releases and Functionality as it Strengthens its Single Platform to Protect All Data in the Hybrid Cloud.
Christian Alvarez, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Channels for Nutanix tells Anita Joseph, Editor, Reseller ME in an exclusive interview …
Red Hat Expands Workload Possibilities Across the Hybrid Cloud with Latest Version of OpenShift.
Nutanix and Hewlett Packard Enterprise Announce Expanded Partnership to Accelerate Hybrid Cloud and Multicloud Adoption with New Database as a Service Offering Delivered through HPE GreenLake.
In our digital world, it will only become more critical for organisations to keep their momentum going through choosing hybrid cloud solutions to recover and grow. However, a hybrid cloud is a complex entity that requires careful planning, management and optimisation.
Chris Cooper, General Manager Data Centre Group, Middle East & Africa, Lenovo, outlines to CNME Editor Mark Forker, how the future of enterprise data will be generated at the edge – and the role the global technology leader is playing in this space with its broad portfolio of solutions.
The current pandemic-induced economic downturn has led many to rapidly increase the speed at which they digitise their business — sequestering workforces in their homes and looking for ways to serve a customer base that is now concentrated within digital channels. For many brands a greater transition into the cloud has been a fundamental strategy underpinning this move. However, moving to the cloud still has its challenges for some organisations. New complexities in the IT environment can prevent IT teams from delivering the promised return on cloud investments. Monitoring and observability are now critical components to an effective hybrid cloud strategy.
Aaron White, Regional Sales Director – Middle East, Nutanix, spotlights why enterprises today are adopting hybrid cloud to scale up their computing capabilities.
While many organisations view hybrid cloud as the ideal IT model, many are still struggling to adopt it — with 70 percent of organisations believing that their transformation is taking longer than expected, according to the latest report by Nutanix.