WEBINAR: Improving ICT efficiency in government with hyper-converged infrastructure

10:00 Thursday 20 July 

What's it about?

Hyper-converged infrastructure is a software-defined architecture that tightly integrates compute, storage, networking and virtualisation resources together promising far greater efficiency and easier management than traditional approaches.

In this pacey and to the point webinar we’ll be looking at how hyper-converged infrastructure might benefit those in government organisations.

With ICT analysts IDC predicting that hyper-convergence will soon ‘mature into a market with only a few dominant vendors’ choosing the right vendor is a key part of achieving efficiencies in the long-term – so we’ll also be considering how the key market protagonists compare and how to select the right one for your needs.  

Who's it for?

If you work in government and are responsible for developing your organisation’s ICT infrastructure then you need to find half an hour to join this webinar. 

Why should I attend?

We know you’re busy so we aim to tell you what you really need to know in just half an hour (followed by optional, 15 minutes Q&A). In this punchy webinar you’ll hear:

  • hyper-convergence in a nutshell

  • where and how hyper-convergence can help you improve efficiencies
  • how the principal players compare
  • how to spec the right hyper-converged infrastructure for your needs
  • how the free Dell Performance Analysis Collection Kit (DPACK) can help you. 

When is it?

  • Thursday 20 July
  • 10:00-10:30 followed by 15 minutes Q&A
  • At your computer

When is it?

We're using GoToWebinar to deliver this webinar - click here to register (opens in new tab). 

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