HIGH AVAILABILITY AND DATA PROTECTION WITH DELL EMC ISILON SCALE-OUT NAS

January 11, 2019

This white paper details how Dell EMC Isilon scale-out NAS storage and the Isilon OneFS operating system architecture provide high availability and data protection needed to meet the challenges organizations face as they deal with the deluge of digital content and unstructured data and the growing importance of data protection.

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Architecting for HIPAA Security and Compliance on Amazon Web Services

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AWS maintains a standards-based risk management program to ensure that the HIPAA-eligible services specifically support the administrative, technical, and physical safeguards required under HIPAA. Using these services to store, process, and transmit PHI allows our customers and AWS to address the HIPAA requirements applicable to the AWS utility-based operating model.

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Connected Data, though used synonymously with Big Data, is carefully created and curated for storage and reference during the customer’s lifetime. As we already know, enterprises need to carefully build and store Big Data to avoid creating a data swamp. Connected Data goes a step ahead of Big Data. It is customer-specific data built in a context-sensitive framework to ensure a 360-degree view of the customer profile, purchasing habits, preferences, etc., at a glance.

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whitePaper | September 8, 2022

Enterprises today have to contend with exponentially increasing volumes of batch and streaming data, comprising a variety of structured, unstructured, and semi structured data types, and originating from an expanding number of disparate sources located on-premises, in the cloud and at the edge.

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whitePaper | February 7, 2020

The problem is that growing volumes of data can lead to data paralysis, because no one knows quite where to begin or how to use it. Siloed information sources, no data management strategy, disconnected spreadsheets or analytical tools and poor data quality all work to compound the issues you’re facing.

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The Inevitability of Data Science Modernization During the Machine Learning and AI Revolution

whitePaper | June 16, 2022

It seems like the business world has gone crazy for machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI), viewing the technologies as the essential keys to the very future of the enterprise. In fact, a recent survey from ESIThoughtLab found that two-thirds of business leaders see AI as critically important for their future. And yet, the respondents report that only 25% of AI projects are in widespread deployment and 40% of all projects are generating negative or no returns.

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