Rapid technological advances are creating new opportunities for digitization across the healthcare sector. Implementation of the Internet of Things ( IoT) in the healthcare sector has led to the generation of substantial volumes of patient data across the organization and is expected to grow significantly. The global health cloud market 2020 can expect a substantial growth by the end of the review period at a high CAGR. The market can also scale the projected valuation during the forecast period.
IDC anticipates that in the next two years, the number of “digitally determined” organizations with a fully integrated enterprise wide technology architecture will grow from 46% to over 90%. Through massive tech industry growth bolstered by 3rd Platform solutions, digitally motivated businesses are getting more precise in their messaging, targeting customer needs, and bringing new experiences to market through digital transformation (DX).
How to give employees fast, convenient access to files — while keeping your data secure
If employees can’t easily access any file from any device, they will go around your IT policies and buy their own cloud storage. To prevent shadow IT, you must provide a file-sharing tool that combines the security your business needs with the convenience that users demand.
Hybrid storage solutions have advantages and disadvantages over both on-premise and remote storage. The hybrid storage solution behaves like a homogeneous storage. These are virtually transparent and possess mechanisms that keep active and frequently used data on-premise and move inactive data to the remote location-based systems.
Dell EMC Unity™ is modernizing the datacenter, delivering advances that simplify the task of keeping up with growing storage demands. Compared with previous generations of midrange storage, Unity’s greater scale, density and simplicity can drive better economics and performance across your entire application portfolio.
Whether your enterprise is on a journey of cloud transformation or you simply need to do more with less, moving backup to the cloud offers unprecedented cost savings. These 7 points will show you—and your CIO and CFO — how to dramatically reduce the overall storage footprint of your organization and slash costs while gaining the efficiencies of the cloud.
As the information technology (IT) industry enters the cloud era, where hybrid IT is the dominant deployment model in organizations of all sizes, the capabilities of primary all-flash arrays (AFAs) will need to evolve to handle cloud scale and agility.
The applications we use in our personal lives have raised the level of expectations for the user experience in enterprise applications. How does today’s IT team get ahead of user expectations for more data faster? To succeed in such a dynamic environment businesses as a whole must manage more information better—and the pace will only quicken over time.
All-flash arrays (AFAs) have rapidly grown to become a major segment of the external enterprise storage market, generating $2.55 billion in revenue in 2015. Flash storage brings many benefits, including very low latencies and high throughput that is consistent with heavy and/or highly burstable workloads, reduced energy costs, increased storage density for effective storage capacity, and improved server efficiencies (due to its ability to drive significantly higher CPU utilization in application and database servers).
Workforce mobility today is an essential part of any business, but it creates a number of challenges for IT. Data spread across devices and cloud services, unpredictable schedules, and varied network connections all complicate efforts to protect and govern enterprise information. With inSync, companies can protect their data stored in the cloud or on mobile devices while also addressing rising compliance and legal needs.
As the Internet of Things (IoT) expands and evolves, many of our everyday activities will involve connected devices. By 2025, the average person with Internet service will interact with connected devices nearly 4,800 times per day—basically one interaction every 18 seconds.
The MEA data storage market was valued at $2.79 billion in 2016 and is projected to reach $8.43 billion by 2025 end. Sales revenue is expected to increase at a CAGR of 13.6% during the forecast period i.e. 2017–2025. According to a new report published by Future Market Insights titled “Data Storage Market: Middle East & Africa Industry Analysis (2012-2016) and Opportunity Assessment (2017–2025),” major factors responsible for the growth of the data storage market in MEA include increased investments in infrastructure, a notable shift in data centre investments from being server centric to more data and storage centric, and increased adoption of entry-level and mid-range storage devices.