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In this podcast V.R. Satish CTO Storage and Availability Management Group, Symantec talks about the challenges on the storage side for the private cloud. In particular he talks about the storage as a service needs for the cloud and then ties it to the broad storage needs of virtual environments.
In this podcast V.R. Satish CTO Storage and Availability Management Group, Symantec discusses challenges around availability for the private cloud. He argues for the need for disaggregation of the availability into infrastructure and application availability to handle the needs of virtual environments.
In this podcast V.R. Satish, CTO Storage and Availability Management Group, Symantec discusses some of the trends and challenges facing data centers as they move to the private cloud, challenges around moving some of the more business critical applications to virtual environments, trends around using commodity wherever possible.
Symantec's Patrick Spencer talks with Tom Williams, assistant director of technology of County of York, Pennsylvania, about how Backup Exec, Enterprise Vault, Endpoint Protection and Enterprise Support Services have positively impacted the fast-growing local government's process efficiency, compliance fidelity, security posture and return on taxpayer dollars.
Host Patrick Spencer talks to Gary Kay, Director of Infrastructure and Security Services at Laclede Gas Company, about the company’s transition from a legacy mainframe environment to a virtualized server blade infrastructure. Topics covered include the move’s implications for business continuity, storage, backup and recovery, web security, endpoint security, IT compliance, mobile device management, messaging security, data archiving/e-discovery, and ITIL best practices.
Host Patrick Spencer and James Beer, Symantec’s chief financial officer and executive vice president, discuss the impact of information technology on business value and financial performance. Beer tells how he applies his experience as a financial manager at a number of multinational companies to help Symantec mobilize its core competencies as an enterprise IT company to support missions and processes common to almost every medium-to-large enterprise.
Host Patrick Spencer interviews Tom Bartiromo, Vice President and CTO, and Hussein Syed, Director of IT Security at New Jersey’s Barnabas Health, discuss programs to keep a multiple campus health care provider ahead of the curve in delivering IT services supporting clinical systems, primary care, digital patient record and HIPAA compliance programs.
As the Italian National Cancer Institute continues on its journey to improve the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, Symantec is working alongside the Institute to help ensure its systems and data are secure and compliant. Elena Sini, CIO, explains how a seamlessly integrated portfolio of Symantec security and Altiris management solutions are helping to make viruses and manual client administration a thing of the past.
Symantec’s Mark Mullins and IT leaders at Great Eastern Life Assurance discuss how CommandCentral Storage, NetBackup, Veritas Cluster Server and Veritas Storage Foundation products paved the way to consolidate IT infrastructure in China, Vietnam, Indonesia and Singapore, to a single facility in Malaysia.
Symantec’s Sr. Director of Publishing and CIO Digest Chief Editor Patrick Spencer, and Relnaud Reynders, Sr. IT Engineer for UZ Leuven, discuss the standardization on Symantec solutions. These solutions have provided a 186 percent return on investment over five years, according to independent research, with annual cost savings of €263,000.