Join SCC and EMC to find out more about A New Age of Storage

SCC and EMC are co-hosting two events next month to introduce a new age of storage to businesses.

Held at Mallory Court Hotel, Leamington Spa, and the Park Royal Hotel in Warrington on Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th June respectively, these events will provide attendees with a demonstration of the technology behind EMC’s XtremIO solution as well as discussing related cost savings and return on investment for their businesses.

In today’s social and mobile world, keeping applications running all the time is more important than ever. Can you ensure your IT infrastructure will deliver the required service levels – without letting costs spiral out of control?

Flash can provide the uncompromised storage you need. EMC’s Flash everywhere strategy, led by its all-flash array XtremIO, is designed to help you address these challenges.

This is not the Cloud.

This is not another SAN.

Attend one of SCC and EMC’s breakfast briefing events and hear all about how to:

  • Realise huge application licence savings
  • Provide unlimited and instant Test & Development instances for databases
  • Achieve a real, simple and proven return on investment

The events will begin in the morning with registration and refreshments before the welcome and introductions take place. Notable speakers from EMC and SCC will then discuss ‘A new age of storage: flash and return on investment for your business’ before providing a technology demonstration. Following a short tea and coffee break the briefing will continue with a discussion around how flash can integrate with the wider EMC ecosystem before a question and answer session. The briefing will close with lunch and networking.

EMC and SCC previously held a similar briefing for businesses in Newport, and attendees found the session extremely valuable and interesting, which resulted in these further sessions being planned for customers.

To register your interest in this free event, please contact your SCC account manager, call 0121 281 8618 or e-mail [email protected].

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