Team Computers hosted an event with Hitachi Vantara that highlighted how the future of business is data-driven, with every company becoming increasingly data-rich. As the world moves towards a more digitalized economy, businesses must be able to store and process data securely in order to remain competitive.
During the event Sanjay Luhade, Global IT Head Quick Heal Technologies, presented a first-hand experience-sharing session on how data is changing the industry and driving digital transformation. Sanjay shared his insights on how businesses can leverage data to unlock value for their business and drive better decision-making capabilities.
Team Computers and Hitachi Vantara brings enterprise-grade storage capabilities to small and midsize organizations. This advanced storage technology will provide reliable, secure data backup with the ability to scale up or down depending on current usage needs.
Shyam Lodh, Business Head of Team Computers Enterprise Solutions further highlighted that
“In today's fast-paced and digitally-driven world, data has become the lifeblood of businesses across all industries. From retail giants to healthcare providers, every company is now data-rich, holding a treasure trove of valuable insights waiting to be unleashed. But merely collecting vast amounts of data is not enough. The true power lies in becoming data-driven, leveraging this wealth of information to drive strategic decision-making and fuel the digital transformation journey.”
Team Computers and Hitachi Vanatra are helping to drive the adoption of cloud infrastructure across businesses of all sizes. From developing intelligent data platforms, hybrid cloud infrastructures, and digital consulting expertise, they power resilient digital processes, products, and experiences that turn data-rich businesses into data-driven ones.
Overall the event themed under the title "Modernize your Datacenter" aimed to educate and empower attendees with the information and tools required to enhance the efficiency, scalability, security, and agility of their data centers in line with the modern digital landscape.