IBM FlashSystem 5000 Explained

The  IBM FlashSystem 5000  is IBM’s line-up of enterprise storage solutions within the IBM FlashSystem family. Overall, the IBM FlashSystem consists of powerful all-flash and...

IBM FlashSystem 5000 Explained Video

    The IBM FlashSystem 5000 is a line of enterprise storage solutions offered by IBM as part of the IBM FlashSystem family. Overall, the IBM FlashSystem includes powerful...

IBM FlashSystem's Cyber Resiliency Explained

Cyber resilience is a measure of how well an organisation can manage in the face of a cyber attack or a data breach. In short, cyber resilience is about ensuring your business operations are...

IBM Software-Defined Storage Explained

Software-Defined Storage (SDS) is an approach to data storage where storage resources are abstracted from the underlying physical hardware to maximise performance and utilisation efficiencies. ...



Immutable Backup Explained

An immutable backup or storage means that your data is fixed, unchangeable and can never be deleted. Having an immutable backup is important to any company that needs to ensure that they have a...

In-Memory Queries

In-Memory Queries Explained   Traditionally relational databased used disk to process data for a query operation. In effect, this meant that if a query was run against a large database, the...

Information Protection Explained

Accredited to: Dr. Dzaharudin Mansor Like the name entails, information protection is the use of solutions, technologies, processes, and policies to secure information stored across your...

Insider Threats Explained

Insider threats are security threats to business information systems that come from people within their own organisation. The source of an insider threat comes from existing employees, former...

© Asia Online Publishing Group Sdn Bhd 2024
Powered by