Cloud storage is an attractive option for many IT departments due to its ready availability, relatively low price, and ability to improve services while keeping costs in line. It can be a savior in disaster recovery and offers access to data from multiple locations. However, latency and bandwidth stress is a constant concern and challenge for cloud storage users.
Contributing Editor for Networking Computing, Howard Marks offers attendees an essential overview of the state of the art and use cases that offer practical business applications of cloud storage in his workshop, Making Cloud Storage Work for Your Organization – Powered by Cloud Connect.
“Whether you use cloud storage as the digital equivalent of a grandma’s attic (that place where you put stuff just because you think you might need it) or as the core of your organization’s storage strategy, this workshop will show you how to make cloud storage work for your organization,” said Marks.
- Understand the different cloud storage service types
- Get practical use cases for cloud storage
- Discuss cloud storage benefits, limitations, and risks
- See beyond cost as a cloud storage driver
- Learn the pros and cons of cloud storage gateways
- Find out how to steer users toward great sync-and-share services
Who should attend:
This workshop will appeal to system and storage administrators, as well as more strategic IT management. It will provide both an overview of the state of the art and use cases that illustrate practical business applications for cloud storage.
For more information on this workshop, visit: http://www.interop.com/newyork
Register with discount code: CCBLOG5 before Aug 15 to save an extra $100 off the Early Bird price of Total Access, 3-day Conference, Cloud Connect Summit or 2-day Workshop Passes.