About IBM Storage Management

Most organizations are facing an explosion of data. Digitized information can be deleted, stolen or simply misplaced among volumes of useless data. Managing this rapid growth in data requires a more sophisticated storage management solution, one that helps you understand, classify, protect, and retain your data according its purpose and value. And of course, it needs to do it cost effectively.

IBM offers a comprehensive, flexible storage software portfolio that helps organizations address storage management challenges across the enterprise, including data centers, remote/branch offices and desktop/laptop computers. Learn more about the specific components within the IBM storage software family that can help you create a more responsive and resilient storage infrastructure for your on demand business.

IBM storage solutions are part of the IBM Service Management (ISM) strategy and portfolio. IBM Service Management solutions automate IT department processes for planning, justifying, and managing appropriate levels of resources needed to support business services. The focus is to ensure that systems resources such as storage, servers, applications and networks are used in an optimal fashion that aligns IT with business strategy. When change or investment is required, it is analyzed, approved and executed in a timely fashion and deployed with automation to the greatest overall effect.

Visit this page for more information

http://www-01.ibm.com/software/tivoli/solutions/storage/

To talk to our local team contact:

Robert Lanigan:
LANIGANR@ie.ibm.com

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