“The Storage Network Industry Association (SNIA) is inviting Nashville cloud backup vendors and those in other cities throughout the country to the 2014 Data Storage Innovation (DSI) Conference. Slated to happen on April 22-24 in Santa Clara, California, the gathering aims to provide a venue for IT thought leaders, implementers, and professionals to further the industry.
As posted on SDN Journal’s website:
Sessions at DSI will provide insights into new technology areas such as software defined storage, cloud, big data, along with many other aspects of data management and network-connected storage. New innovations and updates to many existing storage technologies will also be presented. Actual deployment blueprints, innovative implementations, case studies, and best practices will be offered along with other technical and professional development sessions.”
“End-users and providers of print solutions will stand to gain several advantages from the newest line of workgroup scanners that will lead to improved document imaging in Nashville and other cities. With enhanced paper handling technology and faster scanner speeds, the equipment promises to boost document management across organizations in the whole country. An article posted on PR Newswire explains how Fujitsu will contribute to this development:
Fujitsu, the market leader in document imaging scanners, …announced the availability of its next generation, high performance workgroup scanning solutions designed for small and midsize businesses (SMBs), and front-office and distributed scanning applications. The Fujitsu fi-7160, fi-7180, fi-7260, and fi-7280 succeed its best-in-class and top-selling workgroup predecessors – the Fujitsu fi-6130Z, fi-6140Z, fi-6230Z, and fi-6240Z – offering new paper protection and image processing capabilities and the fastest speeds in their class, allow