OnDemand Webcast

IDC Report Shows Hitachi Unified Compute Platform Yields Substantial ROI Results

recorded Speakers | Eric Sheppard, Research Director - IDC Storage, Bob Madaio, VP - Infrastructure Solutions, Hitachi Data Systems
recorded recorded | 10/27/2016
Webcast Webcast | 52 mins

Have you considered a move to converged infrastructure, but need to be convinced with solid return on investment (ROI) data? Respected industry analyst IDC interviewed global enterprises that use and rely on Hitachi Unified Compute Platform (UCP) to calculate its true business value. IDC found that each organization earned an average return of 360% or about $32.7 million over a five-year period. On October 27, 2016, join IDC and Hitachi Data Systems for a live webcast and learn IDC’s methodology to determine the customer results. The comprehensive independent analysis includes a breakdown of business benefits in four key areas and shows how UCP:
•Increases business productivity with improved application performance, reduced provision time and faster time to market.
•Improves risk mitigation and user productivity with a high level of resiliency, performance and efficiency.
•Boosts IT staff productivity with decreased IT time to set up new infrastructure and launch new applications.
•Reduces IT infrastructure costs for the provision and deployment of compute, storage and networking resources.

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