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Winning storage use cases in the Computer Weekly European Awards


Antony Adshead takes a look at what made the winning entries stand out from the crowd in the Computer Weekly European User Awards.

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  • Further education college graduates to near all-virtual with Dell Compellent SAN
  • Angry Birds firm handles massive growth with Riak NoSQL database
  • Movie FX house gets Avere NAS caching for Gravity production
  • Cancer Research boosts IOPS with EMC XtremSF PCIe flash


 

The Computer Weekly European User Awards honours IT professionals across Europe that have excelled in their approach to using technology in Networking, Security, Software, Storage and Datacentres.     

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