The main players in the storage market will be at IDC's Storage Connections 2004 conference this week talking about the major changes and technological advances of this year, and looking forward to the next year, and Techworld readers have the opportunity to attend the event for free. Just see the details below:
Topics will include Regulatory Compliance as well as the effect of IP on Storage, intelligent storage, virtual storage, storage management, data integrity, data replication, clustering, disk-based backup and storage security. All are going through significant changes and evolutions and this is the perfect venue to find out more.
Included among the events are two case studies that should prove extremely interesting to anyone looking at introducing new storage networks or models in their own company:
BBC BROADCAST - BBC Broadcast is currently moving into a new purpose-built broadcast centre and redically rethinking its storage model for video. Its case study will examine the scale and complexity of a major broadcast infrastructure and highlight some of the issues related to high volume, low latency, real-time transfer and storage of broadcast assets.
VIPER (Storage Networking for Video Identity Parades) - This presentation will examine the development, implementation and management of a high-performance scalable storage solution, based on secure, reliable and highly available technology.
Techworld registered users can claim a free ticket to the event today.
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Once you are registered please visit the link below to book:
http://emea.idc.com/uk/storage04. Enter "TWEM2" in the promotional code box to submit your registration under the end-user category.