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There’s no “half-time” in hockey, nor half a goal scored in hockey, but a “half” is significant for CommVault as CommVault reached the half million dollar mark this season in our efforts to help children’s charities and organizations throughout the USA through our Hockey Helping Kids (HHK) program.

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New research shows that almost one in five (18%) small businesses in the U.S., Canada and Australia are achieving productivity gains of more than 30% by adopting mobile workstyles, enabling people to work whenever, wherever and however they choose. The research, sponsored by Citrix, also suggests that number may be rising, as 34% of small businesses globally say they are under more pressure to introduce or increase mobile/flexible work practices than they were five years ago.

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At Broward Health System’s hospitals, Citrix Technology is allowing Dr. Jean-Jacques Rajter to use his iPad on rounds, his laptop in his hospital office and his iPhone “in a pinch.”

“Information is accessible just about anywhere I happen to be,” said Rajter, who specializes in treating people with lung diseases.

Broward Health, which has 2,000 physicians who practice at its hospitals, recently launched a “bring your own device” program at its Imperial Point hospital. The program invites doctors to bring their laptops or tablets into the hospital to enroll and encrypt them for use at the hospital or wherever they may want to update their patient orders or see records online.

Two-hundred physicians have enrolled so far, and Broward Health will soon launch the program in Coral Springs.

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These days, doing more with less is a consistent challenge for public institutions, and schools at all levels feel the pressure. NetApp has continued to support learning institutions across the United States by donating data solutions to help their networks to go further, faster.

Since launching its Education Donation Program, in September 2011, NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP), the leading network storage and data management provider, has donated products and services valued at a list price of more than $14 million to over 100 schools, including the Arizona State University; Chico State University; Prince George’s County Community College (MD); San Diego County Office of Education; the University of California, Berkeley; the University of California, Santa Barbara; the University of South Florida; and the Virginia Community College System.

The program has also supported K–12 schools including the Santa Clara Unified School District, Lake Stevens School District, and Oregon City School District.

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Hitachi Data Systems Corporation  (HDS) today announced it has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as one of the 2013 World’s Most Ethical Companies. Hitachi Data Systems has been named to the list of the World’s Most Ethical Companies for three consecutive years. This list highlights organizations that outperform industry peers in ethical behavior. Hitachi Data Systems secured its spot by implementing and maintaining high standards of integrity and an ethical culture throughout its organization.

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The Super Bowl is consistently the most-watched event of the year. The ability of the NFL to collect, access, protect, and share all the data generated at the game will play a pivotal role in event operations for Super Bowl XLVII. While millions around the world follow the action on the field, the NFL will work behind the scenes with NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP)—the official data storage provider of the NFL and Super Bowl XLVII—to provide continuous availability of critical game-day data.

“We are excited to team with NetApp to enhance our technology platform at the Super Bowl and beyond to help deliver the best experience for our fans, our broadcast partners, and the media,” said Michelle McKenna, NFL senior vice president and chief information officer. “As we look to work with companies that are leaders in technology, we are pleased to integrate NetApp® products and solutions across the League.”

Super Bowl XLVII kicks off a multiyear relationship between NetApp and the NFL, making NetApp the Official Data Storage Provider of the NFL, the Super Bowl, and all 32 NFL teams. 

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Hitachi Data Systems Receives Ethics Award

January 16th, 2013 by dennis

Hitachi Data Systems Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd. today announced that it has earned both the coveted Ethics Inside™ Certification and the Anti-Corruption Program Verification from the Ethisphere Institute, a leading international think tank dedicated to the research and promotion of best practices in corporate ethics and compliance.

“It is an honor to be recognized with this distinction by Ethisphere,” said David Karas, vice president, Ethics and Business Conduct, Hitachi Data Systems. “At Hitachi Data Systems, the great task of delivering best-in-class information solutions is built on the commitment of our people to our core company values. Those values drive Hitachi Data Systems employees to be accountable for their actions and to operate with the highest ethical standards at every level of our organization. This latest recognition adds to the naming of Hitachi Data Systems as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere in 2011 and 2012. “

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NetApp recently announced that it ranked #6 on the Crain’s New York Business Journal’s annual “Best Place to Work in New York City” list for 2012. This marks the third consecutive year that NetApp has appeared in the top 10 on this distinguished list. This #6 ranking affirms NetApp’s unique company culture and strong commitment to employees, customers, and partners around the world.

NetApp’s model-company approach is based on a core set of values that include trust, integrity, leadership, simplicity, adaptability, teamwork, and a go-beyond attitude. This strong set of shared values makes NetApp a company that customers and partners want to work with. In addition to enabling its customers’ and partners’ success, these core values were instrumental to NetApp’s commitment to the community in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. NetApp employees, including many from the New York office, immediately rallied together to aid in the efforts to get the recovery underway. Employees drove hundreds of miles to pump water out of people’s homes and to deliver provisions such as gas, milk, generators, water, and clothing to coworkers, customers, and partners impacted by the storm.

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NetApp Named #3 Best Workplace in the World

November 16th, 2012 by dennis

NetApp was recently named the #3 best workplace in the world by the Great Place to Work® Institute and marks the second consecutive year that NetApp finished in the top 3 of this exclusive list. The company joins an elite group of 25 multinational companies that were recognized by their employees for their unique workplace cultures and commitment to employee excellence. NetApp believes inspired employees can do the extraordinary, which in turn produces great results for NetApp customers and partners.
“Getting recognized for a second consecutive year as one of the top 3 workplaces in the world is a tremendous accomplishment and further reinforces our commitment to creating a model company,” said Tom Georgens, president and chief executive officer, NetApp. “NetApp was founded 20 years ago on a culture of innovation that is focused on building a workplace that employees want to be a part of and inspiring a dedication to deliver the best possible customer and partner experience.”

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Hitachi Data Systems Corporation (HDS), has developed a new project data management solution with enhanced backup and recovery capabilities for Schlumberger’s Petrel* reservoir software. The solution will increase productivity and accelerate workflow analysis and decision making. 

Faster time to production is the mantra for energy exploration and production companies globally,” said Ravi Chalaka, vice president, Solutions Marketing, Hitachi Data Systems. “Essential to meeting this goal is the speed with which today’s geoscientist can manage and analyze a large array of diverse, big datasets to find commercially viable hydrocarbon reserves. Hitachi Data Systems provides advanced information management solutions that enable end-to-end performance, scalability and reliable operation. These capabilities are required to accelerate workflow analysis and critical decision making for oil and gas exploration.”

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