A survey by McGraw-Hill found that students are increasingly relying on digital technologies to succeed in their college careers. 94% of students surveyed indicated that digital learning tools helped them retain new concepts and 60% of them stated they improved their grades. 38% of students use their laptops to complete their homework.
According to the New York Times, 43% of Americans say they work remotely, and the trend is growing. Employees are pushing employers to change the standard way things are done and challenging the status quo.
Nine years ago, Nutanix opened its doors with the mission to bring web-scale IT to the enterprise. Now, Nutanix is preparing for their annual summit, now in it’s fourth year, inviting enterprises and channel partners alike to “Imagine what’s next.”
Key Focus of Nutanix Next 2018
Next 2018 features over 60 sessions for both beginners and experts of the Nutanixinfrastructure. Broad topics include:
Citrix’s XenDesktop and related products have been a long-time leader in VDI (virtual desktop infrastructure) technology. But as the market moves from on-prem systems to the more robust and flexible cloud solutions, companies are increasingly looking to convert their Citrix Licenses to a cloud-based implementation.
Thinking of packing your bags and moving to another office location? As exciting as it sounds, regardless of the reason, moving offices isn’t easy and should be carefully managed. If the effort is poorly coordinated it can turn into a costly adventure that can have an impact on the bottom line.
For almost a decade, businesses have been exploring the benefits of cloud solutions. The technology has moved beyond the innovators to early adopters. More and more businesses are beginning to realize the advantages cloud technology can bring to their organizations.
As early as 2010, “hosted virtual desktops” (HVDs) have been under discussion, with gurus and futurists proclaiming the benefits of moving to such a solution. In fact, one analyst noted in this article from ZDNet in July of 2010, that 2011 would be the “year of desktop virtualization.” The author himself theorized that the technology just “makes too much sense.”
Equifax. Deloitte. Verizon. These are just a few examples of recent security breaches that have made the front pages in the last few months. A study by XO Communications in 2015 stated that at that time, 56% of businesses were worried about their cloud data security.