Come Tweet About Cloud Storage June 27, 2012

By | Jun 18, 2012

The data deluge that affects businesses of all sizes shows no signs of abating. Cost-cutting and consolidation have become a way of life, but downtime is unacceptable. Companies are popping up everywhere promising cloud-based solutions that provide low-cost and reliable services with a high degree of scalability and flexibility.

Cloud storage is a way to deploy high-performance, scalable virtualized storage at low operational cost. Storage expands as data volumes grow without the downside risks of reduced performance and outages.

Cloud computing helps businesses of all sizes transform their operations by establishing a flexible, adaptable IT environment to quickly meet changing requirements. IBM's cloud storage offerings provide a trusted partner to help you assess your cloud-readiness, develop adoption strategies and identify business entry points. The IBM cloud's on-demand nature makes it the perfect IT resource for organizations that need to operate within a tight budget but also handle capacity expansion as business grows.

Join the conversation on an IBM Midmarket Tweet Chat on the topic of cloud storage. Our panelists include thought leaders on cloud computing as well as IBM experts and leading business partners.  Join in, ask questions and share knowledge in a fun, fast-paced atmosphere.


Topic: Cloud Storage and the Midmarket

Date & Time: June 27th @2PM - 3PM EDT

How to Join: The chat can be followed on Twitter using the hashtag #IBMSMBChat, or log on and follow the conversation on TweetChat.

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