We’ve earned the trust of our customers with our no-nonsense, go-straight-to-the-solution approach to:
Consolidation: Cutting the cost of hardware, software, and operations. Reducing space and energy use. Increasing overall IT security.
Deduplication: Reducing the amount of disk storage needed to retain and protect data. Streamlining recovery and backups.
Virtualization: Improving flexibility and dependability. Lowering capital expenditures. Running multiple operating systems. Securing desktop environments. Streamlining application deployments. Decoupling applications from underlying infrastructure.
Doing all of the above with far less hardware.
Configuration Management: Reducing operational costs and infrastructure. Using automation tools to manage growth without increasing headcount.
Enterprise Management: Maximizing infrastructure stability. Gaining centralized control over storage, servers, and networks. Increasing efficiency and visibility. Eliminating the cost of managing multiple point tools.
Availability: Minimizing application downtime. Facilitating automated failover. Limiting reactive recovery.
Data Archiving: Improving application performance and manageability. Automating movement from higher-tiered storage to lower cost storage (SATA, tape, etc.).
Primary Storage (SAN/NAS): Improving availability, functionality, and performance of data infrastructure. Deploying a scalable array-based infrastructure. Making it easier to store, protect, and expand data.
WAN Optimization: Improving application performance over the WAN. Simultaneously decreasing bandwidth utilization. Enabling IT consolidation, optimizing disaster recovery, and centralizing management.
Backup: Improving data protection. Minimizing risk of loss. Controlling the cost of retaining data with a tiered protection/storage strategy.
CooP/Disaster Recovery: Decreasing recovery times for deleted files or complete system recovery. Ensuring reliability of critical systems and reducing the probability of occurrence. Minimizing legal liability.
Encryption: Increasing security of data assets. Providing non-disruptive encryption. Establishing a centralized point of management. Complying with regulatory mandates and increasing confidentiality.
Secure Mobility: Enabling users to securely access networks with their choice of approved devices. Making security policy enforcement transparent to users, proactive, and comprehensive. Enabling users to access the tools they need to do their jobs, no matter where they are.
Big Data: Providing analytics for extremely large data sets. Ensuring performance for fast and dense workloads. Performing analyses at extremely high speeds. Supporting data intensive capabilities such as video streaming, editing, and play-out. Providing nearly unlimited scaling for storing vast, yet still expanding, volumes of data. Finding data when needed and converting it into high-quality information.
Cloud Computing: Providing a flexible and scalable compute, storage and application platform. Automating services to improve operational and management efficiencies. Securely delivering IT resources on demand. Enabling fast and effective responsiveness to changing requirements.