Transforming Storage: Private Cloud, Meet Public Cloud

October 15th, 2013 |
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Transforming Storage: If you take a look at the agenda topics of this year’s SNW held in Long Beach, CA, you’ll notice the blurring of the lines between private and public clouds. Perhaps it was inevitable. Many companies, like Intel, keep their most precious data such as microprocessor design on a private cloud where security has been dialed in. But less critical stuff can reside on a public cloud which is cheaper and more efficient to run. In this podcast episode of Transforming Storage, insights and considerations of private and public clouds with Siamak Farah, CEO of InfoStreet; Jared Wray, CTO and Founder of Tier 3; and Greg Scott, Chief Cloud Storage Strategist, Intel.

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