By simplifying the IT environment and reducing technical debt, an agency can focus on getting value from the data rather than managing the hardware on top of which it runs. Flash storage can help.
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Data storage that relies on legacy technology can hamper the performance and efficiency of an agency’s IT environment. But a flash-based approach can be transformative.
Energy for government data storage are a major expense — and an environmental drain. Flash storage can help agencies save on both.
Need a storage solution? Check out what these experts have to say about optimizing your data storage.
This blog is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent industry perspective, Powering the Public Sector’s Next-Generation Data Center with Flash Storage. Download the full perspective here.
With all the talk about data storage it can be difficult to determine what kind of storage is best for your agency. Learn the differences between all-flash, disk-based or hybrid-flash storage and which one is best suited to meet your organization’s needs.
Government agencies – federal, state and local – must keep pace with technology change while at the same time operate in tighter budget environments. All-flash storage array solutions can help government leaders and IT managers address these demands successfully.
New IT trends and expectations mean that more than ever, government needs scalable, flexible solutions that are reliable, efficient and easy to manage. That’s where the growing adoption of flash storage comes in.
While the benefits of big data in government are tremendous, the implementation is proving very challenging because legacy infrastructure cannot handle the demanding workload. Here’s how multi-tiered flash storage systems can help.
This interview is an excerpt from our recent guide, 30 Government Innovations That Mattered in 2015 which examines 30 government case studies that explore innovation at all levels of government. Innovations that spanned the government job spectrum from human resources to cybersecurity and back again. The public sector is finally getting up to speed in the ITRead… Read more »