Just think of this…. what if some one told us that they could:
Reduce the overall CapEx and OpEx cost by 40-60% for our Infrastructure
Provide Limitless Scalability so that we can scale our infrastructure predictably with no limits
Give us Fastest Time-to-Value (8x Faster time to value in buying, deploying, and managing)
Make our Infrastructure have the Smallest Footprint with up to 90% Reduction in power, cooling, and space with a 2U form factor
and cut virtualization costs by up to 80%, reduce TCO by up to 60% ?
Ca’t see anyone who could actually execute that ? Exactly….
IT infrastructure today face immense challenge to meet the exponentially increasing demand of space, scalability and costs. Nutanix and CMS IT Services offer you the invisible infrastructure so that our focus is on applications instead of keeping the lights on. Hyperconvergence helps you run any app at any scale with absolutely no compromises. Now we can free IT resources to focus on important business initiatives and true innovation.
It gives us immense pleasure, to invite you at our Booth S3, Gartner Symposium ITxpo, November 2-5, Goa. We are engaging customers on ‘delivering’ value from disruptive themes of today – Hyperconvergence, Cloud Provisioning & Management, Security Operations Control and Data Visualization!
Let’s discuss how we can tame the hype cycles and how CMS IT makes these themes real, relevant and valuable to your use case scenarios, for your organization. Look forward to meeting you.
Remember – Booth S3! See you there!
Oh ….by the way..!!!
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Are you at the Gartner Symposium ITxpo 2-5 November @ Grand Hyatt Hotel, Goa? See us at Booth S3.
We are engaging customers on ‘delivering’ value from disruptive themes of today – Hyperconvergence, Cloud Provisioning & Management, Security Operations Control and Data Visualization! Let’s discuss how we can tame the hype cycles and make these technologies real, relevant and valuable to your use case scenarios, for your organization. IT Leaders who display the ability to leverage these disruptive technologies to gain early value for their organizations are the ones who others (peers, team mates, user organizations) will look upto and reward!
Look forward to meeting you at the Gartner Symposium ITxpo 2015.
Remember – Booth S3!
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +91 80 3043 0300 / 400 to schedule a one-to-one meeting with CMS IT Services CXO during the event.
Cloud computing and storage means big business and if the following statistics are any indication, it is certainly heading the right way:
The explosion of the Internet and more recently, the Internet of Things (IoT)
has significantly impacted businesses and transformed the ways in which they work. While Tablets and Smartphones have brought the world closer, it is the tip of the iceberg when it comes to analysing what the next big thing – the Internet of Things – has wrought upon us.
Given how people are constantly clicking a button and swiping a screen to enable actions and services remotely, it will not be long before such smart devices pave the way for a world where all kinds of objects will have miniscule, embedded internet-connected sensors that generate data. If these possibilities are awe-inspiring, consider these statistics — Gartner indicates that  — “the installed base of ‘things’, excluding PCs, tablets and smartphones, will grow to 26 billion units in 2020, almost a 30-fold increase from 2009.” “IDC puts it close to 30 billion, with an industry value of around $8.9 trillion; and Cisco reckons 50 billion by 2050, with a value of $14.4 trillion by 2023.” These growth estimates only emphasis how IoT will eventually affect every aspect of our lives – professional and personal – and different sectors – the economic, financial, scientific, healthcare etc. Continue reading
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At a time when innovative communication technology is emerging at a fast rate, making decisions on how much to invest and what kind of communications applications and infrastructure to invest in can be daunting especially as competition intensifies and consumer demands grow as indicated by statistics here — “The growth rate for Unified Communications (UC) products and services was 2.5% per month in 2012. And yet, only 40% of Fortune 500 companies claimed to have UC deployments.” Continue reading
Big Data may just be the next big thing given the considerable amount of buzz it is generating — In a 2012 survey of 209 North American and European companies, 77% of companies accepted that big data was important to them, about 19% of companies already had a live Big Data application, and a further 20% were slated to go live by end 2012.
But, even as businesses seek to improve their ROIs on it, Big Data advocates are pushing for greater interactions between organizations’ Master Data Management (MDM) systems and Big Data itself. Why?
While Big Data – data produced by the Web or Sensor Logs for example — is all about really high volumes, it is way too much for what current databases are geared to handle. Consider this, “a jet airliner generates a massive 20TB of diagnostic data an hour! In 2003, the largest data warehouse in the world was 30TB in size but, by late 2012, Teradata had 25 customers with petabyte-sized data warehouses, an increase of over 30 times in a decade.” Continue reading
The “innovator’s dilemma” is the most difficult choice an established organization faces when it has to pick between holding onto an existing market by doing the repeated thing a bit better, or capturing new markets by embracing new technologies and adopting some new business models.
For example, IBM has dealt with this similar dilemma by launching a new business unit to make PCs, while continuing to remain focused on mainframe computers. Netflix moved a step further and took a more radical move, switching away from its old business model (sending out rental DVDs by post) to a new one (streaming on-demand video to its customers). Continue reading