Managing Storage: Trends, Challenges, and Options
A storage infrastructure is the most critical component of the overall IT infrastructure from the perspective of availability and protection. It also plays a critical part in making the applications work efficiently locally as well as across multiple sites.
Poorly designed or managed storage infrastructure puts the entire business at risk in case of a catastrophic failure. A robust storage infrastructure requires highly reliable equipment as well as a strong team of experts to manage if efficiently.
Regardless of company size, region, or industry, IT/storage managers continue to face major challenges, including: not doing enough or not efficiently executing a disaster recovery strategy, managing storage demands against the explosion of data, or making informed strategic decisions. By downloading the findings of this study, you will learn how other IT/storage managers were able build stronger storage management teams and more robust storage infrastructures.
Senior Director, Education Services, EMC Corporation
Alok Shrivastava is responsible for various functions within EMC Education Services. Key areas of his responsibility include major components technical training and field readiness, EMC proven Professional Certification, internal communications and program management, new product readiness, Storage Technologist open training and Certification, EMC Learning Partner program, and the EMC Academy program.
- EMC Corporation
- 31 Jul 2006
- 01 Jul 2006
- 13 Page(s)
- White Paper