Infrastructure Management

Flash Technology: Unlocking Innovations that Shape Society

Provided by Dell EMC and Intel®

Category Infrastructure Management

Type Analyst Report

Length 11

Publish Date July 27 2016

Date posted January 11 2018

Overview

By enabling innovation and business transformation, Flash is changing the world and allowing business to do things that simply would not have been possible before. A global survey conducted by IDC looked at four levels of flash adoption amongst executives in IT infrastructure and business transformation. This report presents the results of this survey and takes a closer look at the benefits described by those with the highest flash adoption rates. 

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