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"The company believes that companies should opt for price-elastic models, which allow them to have the storage capacity in the quantity and time necessary, combining the best of a pay-as-you-go model and advance purchase plans.

Pay-as-you-go (OpEx) models have emerged as an alternative to advance purchase plans (CapEx), less expensive but not very flexible. However, Infinidat offers a third option, which allows you to combine the best of both.

It is about the adoption of elastic models that allow us to have the necessary capacity. Under the name “Elastic Pricing”, it has designed a new storage capacity acquisition and consumption model that enables customers to acquire storage by combining capital investment (base capacity) and operating expense (temporary additional capacity)."

The retail sector has been greatly affected by the COVID-19 crisis. IT teams (internal or external) that support companies in this sector must change the chip to adopt infrastructures that support their workforce (including teleworkers) and make online models work efficiently under any circumstance. There is an increasing demand for storage, protection and access to data, and to grow on demand. With computing already almost completely virtualized (and therefore easily scalable), the bottleneck has now moved to data infrastructures, since these have more physical properties (capacity, read / write operations, etc. .).

"Financial uncertainty as a result of the pandemic is already a top concern for most IT managers and business leaders in general.

As markets rebuild and processes are revised for the future, CIOs will need to ensure that the business is continually adapting and evolving. At the same time, they will face significant resource constraints, which apply especially in the field of storage, as it is generally more difficult to relocate than computing resources.

The question, therefore, is: How to deal with this situation? The truth is that there are different tactics, each with its pros and cons ..."

In recent years, storage pricing models have undergone a major change. In order to offer more options to customers, some providers have introduced pay-as-you-go models as an alternative to pre-purchase plans based on CapEx models, predictable and reliable but not very flexible. These models offer some agility to customers who are reluctant to migrate all their data to the public cloud.

In recent years, storage pricing models have undergone a major change. In order to offer more options to customers, some providers have introduced pay-as-you-go models as an alternative to pre-purchase plans based on CapEx models, predictable and reliable but not very flexible. These models offer some agility to customers who are reluctant to migrate all their data to the public cloud.

"Last March, the FBI released a dizzying number: for the past year and a half alone, ransomware victims have paid at least $ 140 million. And this data refers only to payments made in bitcoins, so surely the real figure is much higher. The data reflects that ransomware attacks are already commonplace, and organizations are willing to pay whatever it takes to get their data back as quickly as possible.

Ultimately, many organizations become prisoners of hackers every day, and the reason is not always the absence of security or backup systems. The real reason is the lack of an effective data recovery capacity that allows the entity to stay on its feet."

"Last March, the FBI released a dizzying figure: Over the past year and a half alone, ransomware victims have paid at least $ 140 million. And this data refers only to payments made in bitcoins, so surely the real figure is much higher. The data reflects that ransomware attacks are already commonplace, and organizations are willing to pay whatever it takes to get their data back as quickly as possible.

Ultimately, many organizations become prisoners of hackers every day, and the reason is not always the absence of security or backup systems. The real reason is the lack of an effective data recovery capacity that allows the entity to stay on its feet."

As the new director of sales for Spain, Portugal and Andorra, Yesharim will facilitate Infinidat's local success, improving the support it provides to customers and partners in these markets, where, as the manager points out, "the company has built a customer base loyal, highly qualified channel and strong sales and support organization. "

"The new value to be managed by organizations of all kinds. Companies are looking for capture, storage and processing capabilities, and those that succeed will have gained an advantage over their competition.
Today, we all understand the value of data and the importance of its management to make it profitable and extract from it information that adds value to companies. Technological advances are allowing the complicated exploitation of massive information to be carried out in a much simpler way thanks to the use of Big Data and analytical solutions, with interesting applications in different business areas."