Experience Dell EMC Azure Stack as Proof of Concept with iRent

Many European companies want to be able to have their resources on their own location and seamlessly use their on-premise infrastructure and the resources in Microsoft Azure. With the Microsoft Azure stack, you are able to use the advantages of the cloud and stay in control of your own data. In Europe, iRent is the first to offer you the opportunity to experience your on-premise environment as flexible and innovative as the cloud. Unique to this is that the Azure Stack is offered as Proof of Concept objectives. This means…

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Dell EMC PowerEdge Gen14 in stock!

Today, the first PowerEdge generation 14 servers have arrived. PowerEdge Generation 14 servers feature the latest Intel processor technology and are designed to provide the ideal basis for cloud, analytics or software-defined datacenter innovations. The various features offered by this latest generation of servers help organizations better support their IT transformation.  In today’s digital economy, technology needs to transform rapidly and IT needs to develop new applications, optimize resources, create ideal customer experiences,”says Ashley Gorakhpurwalla, president, Server Solutions Divions at Dell EMC. Thanks to our leading role in innovation in…

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iRent to act as preferred official rental and demo pool partner for server and storage products in EMEA

Amersfoort, 4 April 2016Lenovo will be working together with iRent as its official rental and demo pool supplier for its server and storage products. iRent, a Lenovo Gold member, offers Lenovo hardware for rent for EMEA. This allows iRent to meet growing demands in the Nordic countries, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the BeNeLux, for temporary deployment of storage and server solutions. Through this unique collaboration, iRent has added several new Lenovo hardware solutions to its rental portfolio. iRent has already built up a reputable name in the temporary deployment of…

IT-trends for 2015

Analytics will take center stage as the volume of data generated by embedded systems increases and vast pools of structured and unstructured data inside and outside the enterprise are analyzed. “Every app now needs to be an analytic app,” said Mr. Cearley. “Organizations need to manage how best to filter the huge amounts of data coming from the IoT, social media and wearable devices, and then deliver exactly the right information to the right person, at the right time. Analytics will become deeply, but invisibly embedded everywhere.” Big data remains an important enabler for this trend but the focus needs to shift to thinking about big questions and big answers first and big data second — the value is in the answers, not the data.


EMC is still the top dog in storage market

IDC’s latest storage software (SW) tracker numbers show top dog EMC is continuing to rule the kennels in the storage market, with a chunkier market share than both its nearest rivals combined.

The Worldwide Storage Software View says total sector revenues bounced 6.1 per cent on the same period last year to nearly $3.8bn. MC had 27.2 per cent of that (25.2 per cent a year ago), while also-rans IBM took home 14.2 per cent (15.1 per cent in Q3 2013) and Symantec 12.8 per cent (14 per cent a year ago). In the previous quarter this year, EMC boasted a 25.9 per cent share of the spoils, IBM 13.3 per cent, and Symantec 16 per cent.

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Data traffic in The Netherlands grew by 30 percent

Data traffic in the Netherlands grew last year by 30 percent. The digital port is seen as the third main port of great economic importance, in addition to the harbour of Rotterdam and Schiphol Airport. The digital port the Dutch Internet, hosting companies and data centers are indicated to be part of this third main port. Last year, the traffic on the Amsterdam Internet Exchange ( AMS-IX) grew by 30 percent. The harbour of Rotterdam grew 1 percent and passenger growth at Schiphol airport was 4.6 %. Due to the enormous growth and the amount of data that is exchanged on peak times data is constantly growing. On an average w3.2 terabytes per second is exchanged. This equal to 3,000 gigabytes.


Big Data: The predictions for 2015

Big Data is everywhere. Whether you already mobolize Big Data for your organization or plan to make more and better use of it in the future , we can all agree that Big Data is the future. But in what way is Big Data going to influence business next year? Bernard Marr has predicted the trend for Big Data in 2015 in an article. Bernard Marr is a bestselling author and authority in the field of organizational studies and successful business. He advises companies like Accenture , Orange , DHL and Royal Dutch Shell. Marr is a distinguished and highly esteemed speaker , researcher , consultant and professor.

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