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24 апреля, 16:45

NetApp's CIO Helps Drive Company's Shift From Data Storage To Data Management

Bill Miller has been a CIO three times over, in each case with tech-centric companies. He is currently the CIO of NetApp, and he is one of the executives driving the company's change from a data storage company to a data management company. He highlights IT's role and the value derived.

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20 апреля, 12:45

Из будней сисадмина: распаковываем NetApp FAS 9000

Одна из медиакомпаний, с которой «Онланта» сотрудничает, в том числе в рамках задач проектирования и поддержки частного облака, озаботилась размещением своих HD-видеоматериалов на новой системе хранения данных. В качестве СХД была выбрана модель линейки модульных гибридных флэш-систем от NetApp — FAS 9000. Это одна из первых поставленных в Россию систем NetApp FAS 9000, поэтому мы думаем, что вам будет интересен наш фотообзор и краткие комментарии по ходу распаковки системы и установки ее в ЦОД. Подчеркну — это именно «фотообзор» новой системы от NetAPP, которую мало кто видел и держал в руках. Перед нами стояла задача — распаковать, установить систему в ЦОД, включить ее и передать заказчику. Тестирование системы не входило в наши планы. Читать дальше →

07 апреля, 16:55

Is NetApp (NTAP) a Great Stock for Value Investors?

Let's find out if NetApp, Inc. (NTAP) stock is a good choice for value-oriented investors right now

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02 апреля, 07:06

Как устроена инфраструктура интернета

О, а вот и вы. Быстро получилось, не так ли? Всего лишь щелчок мыши или нажатие на экран и, если у вас соединение 21 века, вы мгновенно оказались на этой странице. Но как это работает? Думали ли вы когда-нибудь о том, как картинка с котиком попадает на ваш компьютер в Лондоне с сервера в Орегоне? Мы говорим не просто о чудесах протокола TCP/IP или вездесущих точках доступа Wi-Fi, хотя это все тоже важно. Нет, мы говорим о большой инфраструктуре: огромных подводных кабелях, обширных дата-центрах со всем их излишеством энергосистем и о гигантских, лабиринтоподобных сетях, непосредственно подключающих миллиарды людей к Интернету. А вот что, вероятно, еще важнее: поскольку мы все больше полагаемся на повсеместную связь с Интернетом, число подключенных устройств все растет, а наша жажда трафика не знает границ. Как мы обеспечиваем работу Интернета? Как Verizon и Virgin (крупнейшие интернет-провайдеры в США, — прим. Newочём) удается стабильно передавать вам в дом сто миллионов байтов данных каждую секунду, круглые сутки, каждый день? Что ж, прочитав следующие семь тысяч слов, вы об этом узнаете.

31 марта, 15:25

Netlist (NLST) Shows Strength: Stock Moves 7.5% Higher

Netlist, Inc. (NLST) moved big last session, as its shares rose jumped 7% on the day.

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24 марта, 15:37

Top Ranked Momentum Stocks to Buy for March 24th

Top Ranked Momentum Stocks to Buy for March 24th

22 марта, 17:48

CenturyLink (CTL) and NetApp Team Up on Storage Program

CenturyLink (CTL) has teamed up with NetApp's (NTAP) Unified Partner Program to re-sell storage solutions designed by the latter for enterprises and small-to-midsized businesses.

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21 марта, 13:57

Why Is NetApp (NTAP) Up 4% Since the Last Earnings Report?

NetApp (NTAP) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

17 марта, 21:37

Is the Time Ripe to Build Positions in NetApp (NTAP)?

NetApp Inc. (NTAP) should then find a place in your portfolio.

15 марта, 18:22

Will Apple (AAPL) Get a Boost from a New OLED iPhone 8?

There continues to be too much speculation about Apple Inc's (AAPL) next edition iPhone, dubbed as iPhone 8.

10 марта, 16:51

Hewlett Packard (HPE) Down to Strong Sell on Weak FY17 View

On Mar 9, Zacks Investment Research downgraded Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company(HPE) to a Zacks Rank #5 (Strong Sell)

03 марта, 16:43

Nutanix (NTNX) Q2 Loss Wider than Expected, View Disappoints

Nutanix Inc. (NTNX) reported loss of 28 cents per share, which was wider than 26 cents reported in the year-ago quarter.

03 марта, 00:27

3 Buy Stocks that are Still Rising

3 Buy Stocks that are Still Rising

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02 марта, 22:30

53 Major Companies Voice Support For Transgender Teen Ahead Of Supreme Court Case

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); Gavin Grimm, a transgender teen in Virginia, just wanted to use the restroom at his school like any other student. Instead, he’ll be fighting for that right later this month, when his case against the Gloucester County School Board in Virginia is set to go in front of the Supreme Court. And 53 major U.S. companies ― which together constitute $613 billion in revenue and 1.3 million employees ― will have his back, according to an amicus brief filed Thursday.  The brief, which was filed by large companies including Amazon, Apple, IBM, Intel and Microsoft, argues that diversity and inclusion in the workplace is both a practical matter and the right thing to do. As the brief explains: Notably, all [the companies] have nondiscrimination policies or practices that permit transgender individuals to use the company facilities consistent with their gender identity—policies that amici adopted out of respect for the dignity, autonomy, and privacy of their transgender employees and/or customers and also because [they] know that diversity and inclusion are good for business. None of these policies has resulted in an increase in sexual assaults or incidents of the kind invoked by the Board and supporters of the Policy. To the contrary, [the companies] find that their policies contribute to a work environment that promotes collaboration, creativity and productivity. Grimm used the boys restroom for seven weeks, with the support of school administrators. But several parents of other students ― and a number of Gloucester County residents who didn’t have school-aged kids ― complained about him to the school board.  The school said Grimm had to use a single-stall restroom in the nurse’s office ― a solution the teen called “humiliating.”  “It’s humiliating, it’s ostracizing and I don’t want to take that walk of shame to the unisex bathroom and know that everyone who saw me go in there knows why I’m in there — because I’m different, and I’ve been marked different by my school and publicly,” Grimm told The Associated Press in 2015. “I’m not comfortable with it whatsoever. I’m not an ‘other’ and I’m not unisex, I’m a boy.”  The board “enacted a policy that overruled the decision of school administrators and categorically barred transgender students from using restrooms that correspond with their gender identity,” according to a lawsuit the American Civil Liberties Union filed against the board on behalf of Grimm in 2015.  The suit argues that the policy violates Title IX of the U.S. Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits sex discrimination by schools.  I’m not an ‘other’ and I’m not unisex, I’m a boy. Gavin Grimm Having so many major corporations show support for Grimm is important, Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin said in a release applauding the brief. “These companies are sending a powerful message to transgender children and their families that America’s leading businesses have their backs,” Grimm said. “Across the country, corporate leaders are speaking out because they know attacking transgender youth isn’t just shameful ― it also puts the families of their employees and customers at risk,” he added. “Transgender students like Gavin are entitled to the full protection of the law, and must be affirmed, respected and protected in the classroom and beyond.” Here’s the full list of the 53 companies included in the brief filed Thursday: Affirm, Inc., Airbnb, Inc., Amazon.com, Inc., Apple, Asana, Inc., Box, Inc., Codecademy, Credo Mobile, Inc., Dropbox, Inc., eBay Inc., Etsy, Fastly, Inc., Flipboard, Inc., Gap Inc., General Assembly, GitHub, Inc., IBM, Intel Corporation, Kickstarter, PBC, Knotel, Inc., LinkedIn, Lyft, M Booth, MAC Cosmetics Inc., Mapbox, Inc., Marin Software Incorporated, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, Microsoft Corporation, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, MongoDB Inc., NetApp, Inc., Next Fifteen Communications Corporation, Nextdoor, Pandora Media, Inc., PayPal Holdings, Inc., Postmates Inc., Replacements, Ltd., RetailMeNot, Inc., Salesforce, Shutterstock, Inc., Slack Technologies, Inc., Spotify, The OutCast Agency, The WhiteWave Foods Company, Tumblr, Inc., Twilio Inc., Twitter Inc., Udacity, Inc., Warby Parker, Williams-Sonoma, Inc., Yahoo! Inc., Yelp Inc., Zendesk, Inc. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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02 марта, 22:30

53 Major Companies Voice Support For Transgender Teen Ahead Of Supreme Court Case

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); Gavin Grimm, a transgender teen in Virginia, just wanted to use the restroom at his school like any other student. Instead, he’ll be fighting for that right later this month, when his case against the Gloucester County School Board in Virginia is set to go in front of the Supreme Court. And 53 major U.S. companies ― which together constitute $613 billion in revenue and 1.3 million employees ― will have his back, according to an amicus brief filed Thursday.  The brief, which was filed by large companies including Amazon, Apple, IBM, Intel and Microsoft, argues that diversity and inclusion in the workplace is both a practical matter and the right thing to do. As the brief explains: Notably, all [the companies] have nondiscrimination policies or practices that permit transgender individuals to use the company facilities consistent with their gender identity—policies that amici adopted out of respect for the dignity, autonomy, and privacy of their transgender employees and/or customers and also because [they] know that diversity and inclusion are good for business. None of these policies has resulted in an increase in sexual assaults or incidents of the kind invoked by the Board and supporters of the Policy. To the contrary, [the companies] find that their policies contribute to a work environment that promotes collaboration, creativity and productivity. Grimm used the boys restroom for seven weeks, with the support of school administrators. But several parents of other students ― and a number of Gloucester County residents who didn’t have school-aged kids ― complained about him to the school board.  The school said Grimm had to use a single-stall restroom in the nurse’s office ― a solution the teen called “humiliating.”  “It’s humiliating, it’s ostracizing and I don’t want to take that walk of shame to the unisex bathroom and know that everyone who saw me go in there knows why I’m in there — because I’m different, and I’ve been marked different by my school and publicly,” Grimm told The Associated Press in 2015. “I’m not comfortable with it whatsoever. I’m not an ‘other’ and I’m not unisex, I’m a boy.”  The board “enacted a policy that overruled the decision of school administrators and categorically barred transgender students from using restrooms that correspond with their gender identity,” according to a lawsuit the American Civil Liberties Union filed against the board on behalf of Grimm in 2015.  The suit argues that the policy violates Title IX of the U.S. Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits sex discrimination by schools.  I’m not an ‘other’ and I’m not unisex, I’m a boy. Gavin Grimm Having so many major corporations show support for Grimm is important, Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin said in a release applauding the brief. “These companies are sending a powerful message to transgender children and their families that America’s leading businesses have their backs,” Grimm said. “Across the country, corporate leaders are speaking out because they know attacking transgender youth isn’t just shameful ― it also puts the families of their employees and customers at risk,” he added. “Transgender students like Gavin are entitled to the full protection of the law, and must be affirmed, respected and protected in the classroom and beyond.” Here’s the full list of the 53 companies included in the brief filed Thursday: Affirm, Inc., Airbnb, Inc., Amazon.com, Inc., Apple, Asana, Inc., Box, Inc., Codecademy, Credo Mobile, Inc., Dropbox, Inc., eBay Inc., Etsy, Fastly, Inc., Flipboard, Inc., Gap Inc., General Assembly, GitHub, Inc., IBM, Intel Corporation, Kickstarter, PBC, Knotel, Inc., LinkedIn, Lyft, M Booth, MAC Cosmetics Inc., Mapbox, Inc., Marin Software Incorporated, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, Microsoft Corporation, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, MongoDB Inc., NetApp, Inc., Next Fifteen Communications Corporation, Nextdoor, Pandora Media, Inc., PayPal Holdings, Inc., Postmates Inc., Replacements, Ltd., RetailMeNot, Inc., Salesforce, Shutterstock, Inc., Slack Technologies, Inc., Spotify, The OutCast Agency, The WhiteWave Foods Company, Tumblr, Inc., Twilio Inc., Twitter Inc., Udacity, Inc., Warby Parker, Williams-Sonoma, Inc., Yahoo! Inc., Yelp Inc., Zendesk, Inc. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

02 марта, 17:27

Pure Storage (PSTG) Posts Narrower-than-Expected Q4 Loss

Pure Storage Inc. (PSTG) reported non-GAAP loss (including stock-based compensation) of 21 cents per share in the fourth-quarter of fiscal 2017.

02 марта, 16:31

Why NetApp (NTAP) Could Be Positioned for a Surge

NetApp (NTAP) could be an interesting play for investors as it is seeing solid activity on the earnings estimate revision in addition to having decent short-term momentum.