Issue OverviewModern Infrastructure - December 2013, Special Edition
The votes are in, and the winners determined. The first edition of the Modern Infrastructure Impact Awards gave prizes to winners in eight categories, which reflect the big topics affecting data center professionals today. Cloud computing, converged infrastructure, enterprise mobility management, hybrid flash storage and desktop and application delivery are all in the spotlight for the Impact Awards. The winning companies and products are those that really stood out for their innovation and intelligence in solving the problems of today’s IT teams.
In addition, the Modern Infrastructure Bright Idea award recognizes an emerging technology concept or product with the potential to really shake up data center operations. The inaugural winner of the Bright Idea award reflects the changing market around using flash storage to improve virtualization practices. Access >>>
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Modern Infrastructure Impact Awards 2013
by Modern Infrastructure staff
The Modern Infrastructure Impact Awards recognize the best data center products and technologies. Find out which products won in the areas of cloud computing, mobility, storage and more.
- Modern Infrastructure Impact Awards 2013 by Modern Infrastructure staff
MI Impact Awards voting: The wisdom of crowds
by Alex Barrett
Winners have been announced for the Modern Infrastructure Impact Awards, recognizing the best data center technology products.
- MI Impact Awards voting: The wisdom of crowds by Alex Barrett
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