Nutanix® Solutions Provide Data and Security Protection for State, Local, and Education Organizations
Cybersecurity attacks are becoming progressively complex with an increase in Cloud, Digitization, and Work-from-Anywhere practices. State, Local, and Education (SLED) organizations must begin improving their security posture and aligning to a Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA).
Provisions for Technology Modernization in: CARES, CRRSA and American Rescue Plan
According to the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee (PRAC)’s website, Government agencies and education institutions have about $5 trillion in federal government funds to use with the CARES Act and other related pandemic relief legislation.
Best Practices for Protecting Your Digital Campus
With cybersecurity attacks on the rise, higher education institutions are increasingly vulnerable to ransomware and other malicious attacks.
Education has Changed. Nutanix Frame Helps Schools and Students to continue Learning amid uncertainties.
Nutanix Frame is an innovative, multicloud Desktop as a Service (DaaS) solution that addresses digital learning challenges, allowing your students and faculty to access critical applications on any device from any location from a standard web browser.
Why Telehealth is Here to Stay and How it Improves Healthcare Quality
Nutanix is the right technology partner to help ensure you reap the benefits of telehealth for the communities that you serve, all while helping to meet healthcare regulations and stave off ransomware attacks on critical patient and financial data.
Taking Control of Your Costs in Public Cloud, Hybrid Cloud, or Multi-Cloud
The manufacturing business is globally spread - logistics and supply chains span multiple vendors and regions, and the product/engineering teams and customers span across the globe. Hence, accurate infrastructure planning is extremely difficult. Cloud solves this challenge by giving you the ability to burst or scale up and down to meet your specific demands
Smart Manufacturing Starts with Smart IT
Manufacturing labor productivity growth has been stuck at less than a percent for the last decade or even declining in some cases while the costs have been going up.