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18 May 2017 From Bioinformatics to Life Sciences - Accelerating Discovery with Innovative Storage [63577]
SanDisk, May 18th 2017

The creation of research data and data generated by instrumentation is exploding! We sat down with OnX enterprise solutions to understand how IT infrastructure is evolving to support modern life sciences.

This month in Boston, over 3,000 life sciences, pharmaceutical, clinical, healthcare, and IT professionals from around the world will attend the annual Bio-IT World conference. We're excited to be part of this vibrant event, and to showcase our solution ecosystem with partners such as iRODS, Avere Systems, Aspera, Globus, and information technology solutions provider, OnX.

We sat down with Paul F. Mazzola Jr., Principal Solution Architect at OnX Enterprise Solutions, to understand the changes happening in IT infrastructure supporting life sciences, hear what CTOs are contending with and why Bio-IT World is the event to be at.
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18 May 2017 Enterprise IT at Cloud-Speed [63545]
HPE, May 18th 2017

In digital business, speed is critical to gaining competitive advantage. That's why rapid software development concepts such as DevOps and Continuous Delivery are gaining popularity. This requires a shift in mindset by IT departments - so-called 'cloud speed' must also be possible in the enterprise data center.

According to a recent study, increasing competition and the accelerating pace of change are the top issues affecting the way companies do business today. Correspondingly, acceleration of product development and quick execution of new ideas are among the highest priorities of the 300 business and IT leaders surveyed.

One surprising result of this survey was that the most frequently mentioned barrier to speed was a 'rigid and inflexible technology infrastructure'. More than half (54%) of respondents said their systems are only somewhat capable of supporting rapid innovation.
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17 May 2017 Australian Settlements Limited Taps IBM Cloud in Preparation for New Payments Platform [63557]
IBM, May 17th 2017

IBM announced that financial services provider, Australian Settlements Limited, has adopted IBM Cloud for its New Payments Platform (NPP) implementation that will provide members real-time payments that can be cleared and settled within seconds.

Australian Settlements Limited (ASL) provides members, including building societies, credit unions and mutual banks, efficient settlement and transaction processing services. To drive its digital transformation further, ASL wanted to develop a secure and reliable NPP implementation that met strict governance requirements. The NPP is an industry-wide initiative to develop new national infrastructure for payments in Australia.
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17 May 2017 Cisco Reports Third Quarter Earnings [63537]
Cisco, May 17th 2017

Cisco reported third quarter results for the period ended April 29, 2017. Cisco reported third quarter revenue of $11.9 billion, net income on a generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) basis of $2.5 billion or $0.50 per share, and non-GAAP net income of $3.0 billion or $0.60 per share.

"I am pleased with the progress we are making on the multi-year transformation of our business," said Chuck Robbins, CEO, Cisco. "The Network is becoming even more critical to business success as our customers add billions of new connections to their enterprises. We are laser focused on delivering unparalleled value through highly secure, software-defined, automated and intelligent infrastructure."
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17 May 2017 6 Steps For A Future-Ready Cloud Storage Strategy [63471]
CIO, May 17th 2017

"Blame it on poor copy data management, compliance requirements or the internet of things (IoT), but data storage volumes are growing exponentially, and that growth shows no signs of abating. Managing skyrocketing storage demands on limited resources is a top challenge for many enterprises. To alleviate the burden, many organizations have turned to the cloud.

A survey of 451 Global Digital Infrastructure Alliance members illustrates the extent to which businesses are growing their off-premises storage footprint. Thirty-five percent of the 647 enterprise technology and IT professionals surveyed said are considering cloud-based storage for immediate purchase. While currently only 20 percent of storage is in the cloud, survey respondents estimate that within two years one-third will reside in either the public cloud or a SaaS environment..."
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