$625 Billion can be saved by US businesses over the next 5 years by using clouds. It should be no surprise that 60% of CIOs now plan to use cloud – up from 33% two years ago.
You can’t do anything of consequence on the cloud without storage. Clouds are a new type of storage user, bringing new requirements for automated provisioning, flexible classes of service and better economics. Storage environments that adapt to cloud requirements can deliver significant value to the business in increased agility and reduced costs. Of course, business data must be secured and protected in the cloud, with an even closer focus on auditing.
Fortunately, storage systems can be adapted to meet new cloud requirements. In this webcast, we’ll discuss:
New technologies for automated and self-service storage access
Enterprise class data protection for business data on the cloud
Integrated storage service level management
Storage management must be part of your cloud discussions to help deliver reliable cloud services, manage complexity, ensure business resiliency, and manage data security. Learn how IBM is making cloud storage easier.
Business Line Manager, Storage for the Cloud, IBM