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7 Reasons to Deploy Tintri for VDI

Tintri VM-aware storage is built specifically for VDI, so it can be faster, cheaper, and better than physical desktops. Storage that was built for physical workloads (with LUNs, volumes, etc.) just can’t keep up with the demands of virtual desktops. Read the top seven reasons to trust Tintri with your virtual desktop infrastructure.


VDI Picture Book

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but our hope is that these pictures are worth a thousand hours of your time. This Picture Book demonstrates the difference between conventional, LUN-based storage built for physical workloads and VM-aware storage built for virtualized applications. You’ll see how few steps (and how little time) it takes to manage storage at the VM level.


SEWP V Raises the Bar on Buying Experience

For more than 20 years, federal agencies have been taking advantage of one of the most far-ranging, service-oriented, cost-effective procurement vehicles available. Download this report to learn more on how SEWP V is setting an even higher standard.


Simplifying Private Cloud Deployments through Network Automation

Federal agencies are turning to cloud deployments for improved agility, reduced IT complexity and costs, greater collaboration, and better security. A key tenant to cloud is agility and speed. Automation is a key enabler for private cloud success. But while some elements of private cloud deployments are well understood and highly automated, like servers and storage, other elements are still mostly manual and prevent agile self-service delivery.Agency senior management and IT managers have to be aware of these challenges in order to properly apply automation that will help them avoid the pitfalls that can sink a private cloud deployment. Download this article to find out what you need to know!


Research Report: Digital Government Strategies

Across all levels of state and federal government, agencies are embracing the shift to digital services. Many of the moving pieces continue to evolve and work together such as: the steady move to the cloud, the increase in mobile device usage, and the cultural shifts. Download this research report to access further findings from a recent survey covering the strategies for digital government.


The New Face of Federal Networks

The pace at which new technologies are developed and deployed gives agencies a host of new ways to deliver powerful digital tools to their employees and better services to constituents. However, they are increasingly squeezed by the network capacity required to deliver them. This is not a new problem. There is a dire need for a scalable and flexible network to handle the new mission-critical applications and services that are being developed. Download this informative report to learn about more about the Modern Network, featuring speed, agility and cost savings.


Enterprise Strategies: Keep Pace with Technology

Technology is constantly changing and growing, bringing in new technology and making older technology obsolete. The pace of technological change is only going to increase exponentially, meaning agencies must adapt or risk losing out on attracting new talent, protecting their assets and failing to deliver on their mission, according to government and industry experts. Many agencies struggle to keep up with modern technology with flat or decreasing budgets, however, there are incremental steps they can take now and industry partners who can help. The alternative is being left behind and struggling to catch up. Download this informative eBook to learn more!


The Brave New Infrastructure

Agencies spend as much as 80 percent of their time chasing problems associated with legacy infrastructure. Download this article to get more insight into how software driven infrastructure can help relieve agencies from managing legacy systems.


Proactive Response to Today’s Advanced Persistent Threats

This white paper describes the ability of IBM BigFix to respond to unintentional errors and malicious cyber attacks, mitigating threats rapidly with visibility and control that arm IT operations with near zero-day protection across platforms and distributed endpoints.


Top Tips for Securing Big Data Environments

As big data environments ingest more data, organizations will face significant risks and threats to the repositories containing this data. Failure to balance data security and quality reduces confidence in decision making. Read this e-Book for tips on securing big data environments


The Case for Security Intelligence Services, Hosted from the Cloud

Moving your company's security intelligence monitoring and management to the cloud can provide access to market leading capabilities and reduce capital expense. This paper outlines the advantages of the IBM security intelligence solution, delivered from the cloud, and monitored by service professionals.


Snapshot: Effective Incident Response

Preparing an effective incident response plan is no longer a luxury. It’s an essential component of an organization’s security strategy. Ensuring your organization is preparing a comprehensive and truly effective response plan requires a multi-faceted approach, as outlined in this special report.