Securing the Virtual Data Center Webinar

Data center security solutions not only provide protection from threats, but increase productivity and availability. 

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According to IDC,* business benefits of employing security solutions for next-generation data centers include:

  • 33.5% more productive IT security staff operations
  • 80.7% less unplanned downtime because of security breaches
    and threats

Today’s data centers store vast quantities of sensitive, business critical information. They must constantly evolve to meet the needs and expectations of the enterprise while complying with increasingly stringent security regulations, which include supporting new infrastructures such as cloud, virtual resources and BYOD initiatives. At the same time, data centers operate in an unpredictable, ever-evolving threat landscape. Given this, today’s organizations must take a threat-centric approach by adopting a simplified and comprehensive strategy that addresses business demands and defends the data center.

The webinar will cover:

  • Data center evolution and risks
  • Unique security requirements for the data center
  • An overview of Cisco’s market-leading data center solutions

Join cStor and Cisco to learn more about this timely, important subject. Attend our webinar on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 at 10 am MST and receive a $10 Starbucks card.

[vc_cta h2=”Interested in Learning More?” h4=”Please take an in-person appointment by February 26, 2016 and receive a $50 Visa card.”]To book an appointment, email Chris Krueger or call (480) 760-2120.[/vc_cta]

Please Note: Starbucks and Visa card offers extend to clients and qualified prospects only. Existing customers cannot have purchased this solution from cStor in the past. This event is for cStor clients and qualified prospects only.
*Source: IDC Solution Brief, Assessing the Business Value of SDN Datacenter Security Solutions, May 2015

Featured Partner

Cisco Premier Partner - cStor

Wednesday, January 27
10:00 – 10:30am MST


Christina Hausman
Cisco Systems, Inc.

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