Jill Ross

Community Highlights: May 11 - May 22, 2015

Blog Post created by Jill Ross Employee on May 22, 2015

Economist Intelligence Unit Research: Preparing for Next-Generation Cloud

Earlier this week, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) released a new research report sponsored by Hitachi Data Systems, Preparing for next-generation cloud: Lessons learned and insights shared. In this report, the EIU looks at companies' experiences with cloud adoption and assesses whether the technology has lived up to expectations. Greg Knieriemen and Hu Yoshida shared their thoughts on this research in their recent blog posts: It’s all about "Control of Data" and What’s Required For 142 Year Data Retention? You can download the report and other supporting content below:

ESG Blog and Video: Connect 2015

Our friends at ESG attended Connect 2015 and provided some key insights from the conference in their recent blog post: When you think of Hitachi. Their recap further explains the Hitachi and HDS vision for Social Innovation and highlights the new solutions we're delivering to create safer, smarter, and healthier societies.



SAP SAPPHIRE NOW: Target Corporation Presentation

Earlier this month we delivered a presentation with Target Corporation at SAP SAPPHIRE NOW and announced several new SAP HANA solutions. You can catch the video of the presentation along with more details about our SAP HANA solutions in Parisa Fathi's recent blog post, Target Corporation Takes an International Journey with SAP HANA and Hitachi Ltd. and other exciting news.

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