Special Report Nutanix: Re-imagining the mundane

How we store and manage data is changing. Emmet Ryan spoke to Paul Philips of Nutanix to find out how his business is adapting to the new market.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
5th October, 2014
From left: Michael O'Hara, Data Solutions; Paul Philips, Nutanix; Francis O'Haire, Data Solutions.

On the face of it, storage is dull. There is nothing sexy about how we organise and manage data. The IT behind it, however, is top of the line when it comes to creativity. Managing data is fundamental to any business and the need to make it easier is opening up new opportunities. For Nutanix, this has proven particularly profitable.

“Our financial year ended in July and off the back of that, there was a...

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