Economic Value of In-cloud Data Protection with Dell EMC Data Protection Software

As the shift into a digital economy continues to accelerate, companies must out-innovate, outthink, and outpace their competition. Businesses must embrace change and transform to become the disruptors in their industries rather than wait to be disrupted by their competitors.

In the face of this pressure to evolve, organizations need to transform IT to reduce both the capital and operational costs of legacy IT. They must offload repeatable and time-intensive manual tasks like backup, disaster recovery, and service deployment to software and policy-driven automation.

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The Economic Value of Data Domain and Integrated Data Protection Appliances (IDPA)

To out-innovate and out-pace their competition, organizations must be on a consistent path to keep their infrastructure modern. IT is under constant pressure to deliver optimized infrastructure for new business initiatives and supporting applications all while trying to contain or even reduce costs. In fact, respondents to ESG’s ongoing research consistently cite cost reduction as one of the top business drivers affecting their IT spending. When asked in a research survey how their organizations intended to contain costs in 2017, 27% of respondents said that they would be purchasing new technologies with better ROI.

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Deduplication Solutions are Not All Created Equal, Why Data Domain?

Read this paper from Dell EMC and Intel® to learn the business value of Data Domain and how it can...

  • Speed up your backups
  • Improve disaster recovery
  • Save valuable floor space

...and so much more!

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The Total Economic Impact™ Of Dell’s PC Lifecycle Services

Both public and private organizations acknowledge that managing the PC life cycle becomes more complicated and expensive as the variety of PC devices and employee workstyles increase. In order to be fully productive, different groups of employees have different needs in terms of end-user device hardware, software, and configuration. Dell and Intel® commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study and examine the potential return on investment (ROI) enterprises may realize by leveraging Intel® Core™ vPro and Dell’s ProDeploy Plus and ProSupport Plus services.

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Evolving Security to Accommodate the Modern Evolving Worker

In order to keep pace with the growth of business mobility without falling prey to its potential risks, IT must be able to efficiently address complex issues ranging from service provisioning, device procurement, and security oversight. Why? Information workers need access to often sensitive information across a wide range of business applications and devices from wherever they are. In other words, security and privacy policies that doesn’t impede end-user productivity will empower workers and boost their performance.

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Security for the Modern Worker

Today's dynamic data demands pose new threats to security and IT professionals have to mitigate new risks without restricting the flow of information. Per findings discovered in a recent Forrester report, "Evolving Security to Accommodate the Modern Worker", Brett Hansen, Dell's Vice President of Client Software and General Manager of Data Security, shares his insights on solutions Dell provides to meet the needs of employees and IT.

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  • What IT departments can do to tailor security solutions to different users
  • How flexible security can be to address the needs of various workers
  • Which solutions are best at protecting your data

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Breakthrough Technology Interactive eGuide

The workplace is changing and the one-size-fits-all approach to technology is changing along with it. As a result, your organization may need to rethink how to keep productivity high, promote collaboration, delight employees with the latest devices all while keeping IT within budget. This interactive eGuide will be your one-stop resource to understand all the new innovation available in Dell’s latest notebooks, desktops, 2-in-1s and ecosystem powered by 8th generation Intel® Core™ processors that can keep your organization future-ready.

Access the eGuide from Dell and Intel® and you will learn:

  • How the workplace and workforce is changing
  • What tools and solutions help IT go from maintenance to innovation
  • How innovation is changing notebooks, 2-in-1s, desktops and workstations
  • The latest Windows 10 features employees will be talking about
  • What you need to keep endpoints and data secure

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Vienna Scientific Cluster’s The Immersion Supercomputer: Extreme Efficiency, Needs No Water

The Vienna Scientific Cluster (VSC), created to satisfy the demand for High Performance Computing (HPC) of a consortium of five Austrian universities, released a competitive tender to build the most powerful supercomputer in Austria. However, this was not your regular competitive bid process where systems that meet the minimum requirement compete purely on the bid price. The VSC took a long-term perspective towards cost and performance, they defined very specific targets and tests that reflected the long-term cost of the system. GRC came together with ClusterVision, Intel, and Supermicro to create a custom solution that came out well on top of the competition.

This paper will explore how GRC’s technology helped dramatically reduce the upfront cost and energy consumption of the system. Thereby allowing reallocation of capital towards more computing power

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Doing More with Less: Cooling Computers with Oil Pays Of

A consequence of doing useful work with computers is the production of heat. Every watt of energy that goes into a computer is converted to a watt of heat that needs to be removed, or else the computer will melt, burst into ames, or meet some other undesirable end. Most computer systems in data centers are cooled with air conditioning, while some high-performance systems use contained liquid cooling systems where cooling uid is typically piped into a cold plate or some other heat exchanger. Immersion cooling works by directly immersing IT equipment into a bath of cooling uid. The National Security Agency’s Laboratory for Physical Sciences (LPS) acquired and installed an oil-immersion cooling system in 2012 and has evaluated its pros and cons. Cooling computer equipment by using oil immersion can substantially reduce cooling costs; in fact, this method has the potential to cut in half the construction costs of future data centers.

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The Immersion Cooled TSUBAME-KFC: From Exascale Prototype to The Greenest Supercomputer in The World

Modern supercomputer performance is principally limited by power. TSUBAME-KFC is a state-ofthe-art prototype for next-generation TSUBAME3.0 supercomputer and towards future exascale. In collaboration with Green Revolution Cooling (GRC) and others, TSUBAME-KFC submerges compute nodes configured with extremely high processor/component density, into non-toxic, low viscosity coolant with high 260 Celsius flash point, and cooled using ambient / evaporative cooling tower. This minimizes cooling power while all semiconductor components kept at low temperature to lower leakage current. Numerous off-line in addition to on-line power and temperature sensors are facilitated throughout and constantly monitored to immediately observe the effect of voltage/frequency control. As a result,TSUBAME-KFC achieved world No. 1 on the Green500 in Nov. 2013 and Jun. 2014, by over 20% c.f. the nearest competitors.

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Powerful Business Desktops and All-in-Ones

Looking for the best-fit desktop devices can be a challenge. When considering the right solutions for the job, IT leaders look to balance the end user needs, security features, form factor, manageability, performance, and innovation. Download this quick 2-page series guide for more information on Dell™ OptiPlex™ family of commercial class desktops and how they are tailored to your workforce needs.

Intel Inside®. Powerful Productivity Outside.

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Breakthrough Technology Interactive eGuide

The workplace is changing and the one-size-fits-all approach to technology is changing along with it. As a result, your organization may need to rethink how to keep productivity high, promote collaboration, delight employees with the latest devices all while keeping IT within budget. This interactive eGuide will be your one-stop resource to understand all the new innovation available in Dell’s latest notebooks, desktops, 2-in-1s and ecosystem powered by Intel® Core™ processors that can keep your organization future-ready.

Access the eGuide from Dell and Intel® and you will learn:

  • How the workplace and workforce is changing
  • What tools and solutions help IT go from maintenance to innovation
  • How innovation is changing notebooks, 2-in-1s, desktops and workstations
  • The latest Windows 10 features employees will be talking about
  • What you need to keep endpoints and data secure

Intel Inside®. Powerful Productivity Outside.

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The Eaton Rack and Enclosure Fundamentals Handbook

Not so many years ago, network closets, server rooms and data centers were designed from a “room to rack” standpoint. Deciding specifically where to store your technology typically came later in the design process. However, rapid technology refresh cycles, the need to rackmount more equipment and the desire for increased cooling capacities in an enclosed rack (known as an enclosure), have all begun to reverse that trend. Today, IT professionals are designing these critical workspaces with more of a “rack to room” methodology.

Traditionally, any structural support used to rackmount equipment was appropriately called a rack whether it was a two- or four-post structure. As time progressed and form factors of servers, network, storage, and power equipment have changed, the terms enclosure and cabinet also came into the mix as four-post racks were enclosed with front and rear doors and side panels.

This handbook is meant to help you choose, organize, and manage your racks and enclosures. As such, we will refer to them only as racks and enclosures throughout. In an effort to help you make the best selection for your requirements, we’ll cover some of the components within racks and enclosures as well as some tips on deploying them. Everything is interconnected, so the more you plan in advance, the better prepared you will be. For instance, it is important not to overlook power and data cables. Tangled cables can cause downtime or impede productivity, and the more racks and enclosures you are deploying, the more important an effective cable management strategy becomes.

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The Eaton Rack and Enclosure Fundamentals Handbook

Not so many years ago, network closets, server rooms and data centers were designed from a “room to rack” standpoint. Deciding specifically where to store your technology typically came later in the design process. However, rapid technology refresh cycles, the need to rackmount more equipment and the desire for increased cooling capacities in an enclosed rack (known as an enclosure), have all begun to reverse that trend. Today, IT professionals are designing these critical workspaces with more of a “rack to room” methodology.

Traditionally, any structural support used to rackmount equipment was appropriately called a rack whether it was a two- or four-post structure. As time progressed and form factors of servers, network, storage, and power equipment have changed, the terms enclosure and cabinet also came into the mix as four-post racks were enclosed with front and rear doors and side panels.

This handbook is meant to help you choose, organize, and manage your racks and enclosures. As such, we will refer to them only as racks and enclosures throughout. In an effort to help you make the best selection for your requirements, we’ll cover some of the components within racks and enclosures as well as some tips on deploying them. Everything is interconnected, so the more you plan in advance, the better prepared you will be. For instance, it is important not to overlook power and data cables. Tangled cables can cause downtime or impede productivity, and the more racks and enclosures you are deploying, the more important an effective cable management strategy becomes.

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Managing Deployment and Ensuring Security throughout the PC Lifecycle

To successfully navigate workforce transformation, you need to consider both IT and end-user needs. Upgrading your hardware, and “right-sizing” it to fit your workforce only solves half the issue. On this video meetup we discuss the logistics, both operational and security that you’ll need to consider when managing your organization’s PC lifecycle, as well as how Dell can help get you there. This panel includes, Ian Haynes, Product Marketing Manager for Dell EMC and Jason Christensen, Dell EMC Product Development Manager.

Intel Inside®. Powerful Productivity Outside.

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