*+-Reliance on IT and emerging technologies has increased substantially since the tech boom of the late 1990s. As a result, those willing to embrace creativity and innovation have become highly ...
+-*The Thanksgiving holiday is a time for giving thanks and also spending time with family and friends. Here at NetApp, we are especially grateful for our professional family, comprised of stellar IT professionals from all walks of life. As we take time out this Thanksgiving to show gratitude to our personal families, we at NetApp […]
+-*NetApp’s Dr. Greg Gardner, chief architect for government, defense, and Intel solutions for the U.S. Public Sector, attended the Allied Joint Force Command Trident Juncture 2015. The exercise took place throughout Italy, Portugal, Spain, the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea, Canada, Norway, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. It was designed to demonstrate NATO’s new capabilities […]
+-*Educause, a premier non-profit for higher education, seeks to provide “the best thinking in higher education.” Each year they host an event that brings educators and technology vendors together to encourage collaboration and engagement in order to improve educational experiences in higher education for students, instructor and administrators. This year’s event was incredible with an […]
+-*The 2015 National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) Annual Conference in Salt Lake City focused on Empowered CIOs, Strategic Partnerships and Engaged Citizens, as well as how technology helps states meet those goals. NetApp was a NASCIO sponsor, and Patrick Loughlin, NetApp Regional Director for State and Local government and Education attended the conference. We […]
+-*If you think back to chaos that Hurricane Sandy caused by disrupting essential IT infrastructure in New York and New Jersey in 2012, you might wonder how a city like Houston, which is built on a system of bayous, keeps operating during the rainy season. Yet, when the massive floods ravaged the city and surrounding […]
+-*As the primary scientific computing facility for the Office of Science, U.S. Department of Energy, the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) serves a community of over 5K scientists across the country, from multiple disciplines. With a network of end-users that generate large data sets, the overall amount of data generated by the NERSC […]