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08.10.2015 How to Rescue Long-Lost Photos — the Rescued Film Project
Seagate Helps Online Project Rescue Long-Lost Photos Network-attached storage technology from Seagate is helping to bring new life to thousands of never-before-seen images from the past. The Rescued Film Project, which obtains and develops unclaimed film rolls from the 1930s through the 1990s and posts them online, turned to Seagate when its team needed a […]
12.01.2017 IBM Delivers New All-flash Storage for Cognitive Workloads
IBM today announced new, all-flash storage solutions designed for midrange and large enterprises, where high availability, continuous up-time, and performance are critical. Built to provide the speed and reliability needed for workloads ranging from enterprise resource planning (ERP) and financial transactions to cognitive applications like machine learning and natural language processing. The solutions announced today are designed to support cognitive workloads which clients can use to uncover trends and patterns that help improve decision-making, customer service and ROI. E-mail this page...
23.02.2018 The Building Blocks and Technologies Needed to Make Smart Cities in Europe a Reality
According to the UN, around 70% of the world’s population will live in cities by 2050 — that’s an estimated 7.2 billion people. It’s no surprise then that the concept of smart cities is one of increasing interest and importance to city planners, governments and stakeholders across the world. That’s why on February 7, 2018, [...] The post The Building Blocks and Technologies Needed to Make Smart Cities in Europe a Reality appeared first on Seagate Blog.
07.07.2018 Photographer Gregory Woodman Counts on His Skills, Compassion, and the Quality of His Gear
“Photography is empathy in action,” says humanitarian photographer Gregory Woodman. His labor of love is taking photos that draw much-needed attention to people in poverty living in the Global South, and provoke the global community to compassionate action. Whether he’s documenting a drought in Kenya or taking pictures of kids in Uganda to help secure [...] The post Photographer Gregory Woodman Counts on His Skills, Compassion, and the Quality of His Gear appeared first on Seagate Blog.
30.04.2009 Atkins and IBM Sign 14.4 Million Pounds Sterling Data Storage Transformation Agreement
IBM and Atkins, a design and engineering consultancy group in the U.K., today announced a five-year managed storage agreement. The IBM solution will put in place the infrastructure and tools needed to manage the storage environment across the business. The agreement will empower Atkins consultants to manage their data personally, while also making costs more transparent to the business. E-mail this page Save to del.icio.us Digg this
28.01.2010 Technology refresh needed at SMH(ospitals)
HIMSS Analytics together with Dell surveyed healthcare IT executives and found that small to medium sized hospitals are expected to experience a 25 to 50% increase in demand [....]
01.04.2013 What’s worse: losing your wallet or recycling your cell phone?
I always thought the biggest pain in the you know what was losing my wallet, but after reading this blog on Wired Gadget Lab, maybe my cell phone poses a bigger problem. Gadget Lab gathered up used cell phones no longer needed from staff around the office. They were able to get “two iPhone 3G [...]
22.10.2009 IBM Keeps Midsize Organizations Flexible with New Offerings for Dynamic Infrastructure
IBM today announced a comprehensive portfolio of offerings to help midsize businesses reduce cost, improve service and manage risk while building the IT infrastructure needed to thrive in today's business climate. E-mail this page Save to del.icio.us Digg this
27.04.2013 Just for fun: how hard drive parts inspire creativity
Have an old hard drive laying around that is no longer needed? Don’t discard it, because inside these technological marvels is a virtual treasure trove of creative inspiration. No, I am not talking about the data that may still reside on the drive, but the magnet, platters, actuator arm, washers, motor, etc. Lifehacker runs the [...]
18.12.2012 Why TCO is not OCT (Only Cost per Terabyte)
When it comes to IT today, almost every decision made takes into account the TCO (Total Cost of Ownership). TCO analysis has never been more needed than in the era of cloud. Evolve IP – The Cloud Services Company put together a nice infographic that helps IT take into account all of the variables that [...]