Partners Awarded for Extraordinary Performance and Notable Achievements
Rolta|Advizex honored as part of the 2018 Dell EMC Global Partner Summit for Services Delivery
I just returned from Collaborate 18 in Las Vegas, which, for those of who aren’t familiar with it, is the annual Oracle User’s Group meeting. They had thousands of attendees again this year and had some great presenters including our own Sridahr Avantsa, Kevin Gilpin and Mike Messina, who talked about moving to the cloud and updating to Oracle 12C.
Today’s IT managers are facing some tough challenges. As digital transformation accelerates the pace of business, companies in every industry are under increasing pressure to bring new products and services to market more rapidly – while actively engaging with their customers through personalized experiences.
Chuck Weir, Pre-Sales Engineer at Rolta AdvizeX, discusses how organizations can upgrade their IT powerfully, simply and efficiently with Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI).
Since the 1850’s baseball has been known as America’s “national pastime.” Major League Baseball organizations and their home fields are synonymous with many American cities. Today, building and maintaining world-class facilities that offer fans more than just a place to watch a game, but a “total experience” is a necessity.
I can’t remember the last time I walked into a bank branch to deposit a check. It’s a reflection of the incredible strides we’ve made in the past decade to perform tasks from increasingly mobile scenarios—in my case, using a mobile app to make bank deposits. This is a good example of consumerization changing my quality of life while providing new freedom.
We at Rolta AdvizeX are proud to have had a partnership for over 40 years with Hewlett Packard Enterprise, including more than 700 HPE certifications. Listen to our CEO C.R. Howdyshell and Solutions Architect Joe Clarke share more on what makes this relationship increasingly relevant for our customers.
If you were hit with a ransomware attack right now, your first instinct would be to strive to survive it. I believe businesses should aim higher: they should strive to thrive during a ransomware attack.
Many organizations approach data storage from a tactical rather than a strategic perspective, and that’s a mistake. Your organization doesn’t derive value from storing more data; it derives value from the information that comes from that data. When you view data storage through the lens of the business information it will generate, it changes the way you see your storage requirements.