Category Archives: End User Computing

Are we failing the true business needs? Part 5

The EUC Pillar   When I’ve started to write this series of blog, I had one idea in mind, and I’ve tried to outline it through the past blogs. The series was not intended to be very technical, but more to … Continue reading

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Are we failing the true business needs? PART3

 The Storage Pillar The datacenter operating system discussed last week (https://florenttastet.wordpress.com/2014/04/06/are-we-failing-the-true-business-needs-part2/) is da strong pillar of business requirements and now more than ever as datacenters are almost entirely virtualized from the servers to the end points, and while at it, … Continue reading

Posted in Backup-Restores, Big data, Cloud, Datacenter, End User Computing, SDDC, SDS, Server virtualization, SSD, Storage, Storage virtualization, structured data, unstructured data, Virtual desktop, vmware | 5 Comments

Are we failing the true business needs? PART2

The DataCenter Operating System Pillar In the first post (https://florenttastet.wordpress.com/2014/03/30/are-we-failing-the-true-business-needs-part1/) I spoke at high level about where I believe some if not most of the conversations we’re having are in fact missing the true business need: the End User Community. … Continue reading

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