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New webinars at Bechtle.

Modernise your data centre with Fujitsu Register free now.

Operating a traditional data centre requires a large number of staff and costs time and money. Moreover, the demands on today’s IT infrastructures are hugely different from those of just a few years ago. And this means that infrastructures are changing at a rapid pace. From virtualisation to the software defined data centre (SDDC) and hyper convergence, there are numerous options to streamline your data centre.
 
Hyper convergent systems, for example, offer reduced complexity and significantly lower operating costs than traditional IT infrastructures. This is why they’re generally used for virtual desktop infrastructures, business critical applications, IT operations, remote IT, disaster recovery and developing, testing and staging.

 

 

In our new webinar series, Modernise your data centre with Fujitsu, you’ll learn about the fundamentals of strategies and technologies:

 

 

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Hyper convergence as an important step towards new data centre technologies. Benefits, strategies and next steps.

 

8 March 2018, 11:00 to 12:00

 

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The last one to leave turns out the light – ‘software defined’ as a key strategy of the digital transformation in all companies.

 

15 March 2018, 11:00 to 12:00

 

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Flash is the answer – but what was the question?

 

29 March 2018, 11:00 to 12:00

 

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The webinars will be led by:

 

Udo Würtz

Chief Evangelist Data Center Business EMEIA – Fujitsu Distinguished Engineer

 

René Hübel

Head of Product Management Storage EMEIA at Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmbH

 

We’re excited to be able to bring you webcasts with these two prominent experts on data centre modernisation.

 

 

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