Cloud Services & Solutions
In a cloud computing system, there’s an important workload shift. Local machine no longer have to do all the heavy configurations when it comes to running applications and other software. The network of computers that make up the cloud handles them instead. Hardware and software demands with heavy configuration at the user’s end would be decrease. The only thing the user’s computer needs to be able to run is the cloud computing systems interface software, which can be as simple as a Web browser, and the cloud’s network takes care of the rest.
Cloud is the best way to achieve on-demand agility and absolute scalability in operations. Our customers are beginning to realize the capability of Cloud to meet their need for standardization and simplification of their IT footprint. The faster an organization finds comfort with Cloud technology, and begins to innovate, the sooner the payback will be realized. Cloud adoption is now beyond experimentation – it has produced quantifiable and measurable ROI, and accelerated the speed of innovation in the organization.
Iomega designed and manufactured a range of products to compete with and ultimately replace the 3.5″ floppy disk, notably the Zip drive. Some of these products came very close to this goal while also achieving status in their own right as collectible items. Initial Iomega products connected to a computer via SCSI or parallel port; later models used USB and FireWire (1394).
LenovoEMC’s current product portfolio includes network-attached storage products, external hard drives, multimedia drives, and removable storage technology.
The 400d is a multi-bay network attached storage (NAS) device. The 400d is powered by an Intel Atom processor running at 2.13 gigahertz, has 2 gigabytes of RAM, and has an SATA3 controller capable of moving data at 6 gigabits per second. HDMI and USB ports are included. The HDMI-out function enables monitoring live feeds from surveillance cameras. The unit can be set up and managed without a PC using an external display, keyboard, and mouse. The 400d is LenovoEMC’s first product sold with its LifeLine 4.1 software, which adds functions such as a domain mode, enhanced active directory support and a more robust SDK. McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator is included for centralised security management. All THINK-branded systems from Lenovo pre-installed with Windows 8.1 are pre-loaded with LenovoEMC Storage Connector in order make discovery and set-up of the 400d and other LenovoEMC NAS devices smoother.