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The World's Most Advanced Data Center GPU

Since the introduction of the pioneering CUDA GPU Computing platform over 10 years ago, each new NVIDIA GPU generation has delivered higher application performance, improved power efficiency, added important new compute features, and simplified GPU programming.

Today, NVIDIA GPUs accelerate thousands of High Performance Computing (HPC), data center, and machine learning applications. NVIDIA GPUs have become the leading computational engines powering the Artificial Intelligence (AI) revolution.

Modern infrastructure: enabling the future of business

In this digital era, the ability to deliver applications and services fast is tightly linked with business performance. Which means IT is more essential to the enterprise than ever before.

To meet rising demand and help the business gain a competitive advantage, IT must effectively manage performance, availability, capacity, and cost across heterogeneous and multi-cloud infrastructures.

Fast-forward your business with IT automation

Today's businesses are asking more from IT than ever before, and they're expecting it faster. They want IT to do more than just provide the infrastructure to run the business. They want a strategic partner, one that can support their agenda for innovation at the speed that markets and customers demand.

Lines of business see the speed and flexibility that the public cloud offers, and they expect their own IT team to deliver the same performance and capabilities.

Top 3 drivers for accelerating application deployment with automation

Businesses in today’s digital economy are under pressure to create new business models that more effectively engage customers at every touchpoint in the customer experience lifecycle. Companies that meet these demands too slowly risk falling behind competitors.

Many of these demands directly impact IT. Your ability to bring applications to market fast can have a huge effect on your business, from revenue to reputation and more.

A practical guide for automating IT

The rise of the digital economy is driving rapid and fundamental changes in businesses and their operating models. In this new era, business success will increasingly revolve around a company’s mastery of digital technologies—from consumer applications to the Internet of Things and beyond.

At the heart of this transformation is digitalisation, which Gartner defines as “the use of digital technologies to change a business model and provide new revenue and value-producing opportunities; it is the process of moving to a digital business.”

The digital economy requires IT automation

To succeed in the new software-driven era, companies need to accelerate the development and delivery of the applications that keep them competitive. This need for speed increases the pressure on IT to automate manual processes and eliminate IT bottlenecks.

Primary flash market evolving to next-generation architectures

As flash storage has permeated mainstream computing, enterprises are coming to better understand not only its performance benefits but also the secondary economic benefits of flash deployment at scale.

This combination of benefits — lower latencies, higher throughput and bandwidth, higher storage densities, much lower energy and floor space consumption, higher CPU utilization, the need for fewer servers and their associated lower software licensing costs, lower administration costs, and higher device-level reliability — has made the use of AFAs an economically compelling choice relative to legacy storage architectures initially developed for use with hard disk drives (HDDs).

Win the War Against Ransomware

The threat of ransomware is only just beginning. In fact, nearly 50% of organisations have suffered at least one ransomware attack in the past 12 months, and estimates predict this will continue to increase at an exponential rate. While healthcare and financial services are the most targeted industries, no organisation is immune. And the cost? Nothing short of exorbitant.

Ransomware is indeed big business. But to win the war against this cyber threat, without paying a king’s ransom, you need a strong defense. Rather than arming yourself with catapults and battering rams, consider these six tips to protect against the threat of ransomware and take control of your enterprise’s kingdom for good.

The Straight truth about a Cloud First Strategy

Within this eBook, you will read about the challenges you might encounter when adding the cloud to your environment and the importance of taking a step back, to look at your data strategy and how your strategy should take a Cloud First approach.

This is a compilation of blogs created by the Commvault cloud solutions leaders in response to a recent eBook written by industry experts at Storage Switzerland. It includes commentary on the weight of data and how that affects your ability to achieve a flexible and agile cloud infrastructure and the need for a Cloud First strategy. It also discusses manual scripting and complexity challenges, followed by a discussion around agility and visibility across your environment. There is a lessons learned commentary on the cloud outages and how you should rethink your disaster recovery and overall data strategy.

Finally, it highlights the importance of protecting applications and workloads in the cloud. At the end, you will find some additional resources available to you to learn more about how the Cloud loves Commvault, and how you can use Commvault to drive your Cloud First strategy.

The total economic impact of the smart communications solution

Smart Communications commissioned Forrester consulting to conduct a total economic impact (TEI) study and examine the potential return on investment (ROI) enterprises may realise by deploying its smart communications solution.

Smart communications is headquartered in London and serves its customers from offices located in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.

Worldwide Virtual Client Computing Software 2016 Vendor Assessment

VMware was named a leader again in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Virtual Client Computing Software 2016 Vendor Assessment.

According to the IDC MarketScape report, “It would appear that the commitment made in 2013 (by VMware) is resulting in solid gains and the strategies that were employed have been effective. These elements, along with reference interviews, provide VMware with a solid rating in the IDC MarketScape. As a result, IDC has placed VMware in the Leaders category in this IDC MarketScape.

VMware's position reflects the company's market position and commitment to providing resources to expand its VCC product portfolio as well as supporting software and hardware solutions.”

Download a free excerpt of the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Client Computing Software 2016 Vendor Assessment, available from VMware.

Deploy applications faster and save precious storage, space and time

Choosing a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) typically requires you to make tradeoffs. Persistent desktops are more expensive but offer greater flexibility and a better experience for users. Non‑persistent desktops are economical but provide users with fewer options. Each approach can be appropriate depending on your end users’ needs, and adding VMware App Volumes can help you in either case.

Principled Technologies recently conducted real tests in which they performed hands‑on testing in their datacenter to explore the value of implementing App Volumes. They discovered that using App Volumes in both persistent and non‑persistent Citrix XenDesktop environments let them deploy applications more quickly and required less physical storage space than the same setup without App Volumes.

Download the report to see how App Volumes can save your company money and make life easier for your end users and IT admins.

End-to-end Application and End-user Management with VMware

Businesses are quickly transforming the way employees work by granting them improved access to applications and data. Centrally managing desktops, applications, and data is not a novel concept, but quickly broadcasting entire desktops and individual applications while maintaining a high level of user experience at scale is keeping IT organizations on their toes. IT is shifting its thinking and therefore its processes to move away from a device-centric management paradigm, to make the user the focal point for IT management and end-user productivity.

Download this ESG white paper to read more and learn how VMware is transforming application and end-user management.

Get the best out of your Citrix environment

It's time to take your Citrix environment to the next level and transform the way you manage applications and end users.

With VMware App Volumes, you can reduce IT costs by upwards of 70%, increase efficiency with streamlined management, and provide a better experience for your end users.

Download the infographic to learn how you can enhance your Citrix environment today.