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Thomson Reuters and NetApp Redefine An Industry

There really is no stopping the latest technology revolution that has been casually coined “cloud computing“.

Every single industry is looking to leverage the power, possibilities, and flexibility of having anytime anywhere access to their data.

The whole lease vs. buy model for compute resource acquisition is just making sense (common and financial) to CTO and CIO’s across the globe.

With all of this flexibility, you can’t overlook the need for rapid and reliable access to tons of storage. The storage has to be redundant, it has to be resilient, and it has to be scalable. Those benchmarks are synonymous with what NetApp provides, and what I’ve seen them deploy through their latest service called Westlaw.

Westlaw is a legal research service created by Thomson Reuters that is being utilized by more than 98% of law firms in the  U.S.

Watch the video below for more insight. It’s interesting to hear how excited people are feeling about storage, and access to data – I, being a cloud computing architect by trade, love it.


James Hicks

James is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of HicksNewMedia, a Digital Publishing and Technology Consulting team providing effective and relevant solutions to individuals and businesses looking to more effective utilize the social interweb. Follow him on Twitter and on Facebook.

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