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Deney Dentel
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  • Portland, OR
  • United States
  • Nordisk Systems, Inc.
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Company name
Nordisk Systems, Inc.
My company is best described as a:
Data Center Consultancy
Company website
http://www.nordisksystems.com/
Jobtitle/position
CEO
My role is best described as:
CEO
I am:
Certified Data Center Professional
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Tivoli Software
My main areas of expertise are:
Cloud Computing, Data Security, Disaster Management, Infrastructure Management, IT Management, Networks, Servers, Storage, Virtualisation
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Nordisk Systems is a IBM Business Partner based in Portland, Oregon. It is also an Information Technology provider that can handle all of you datacenter needs. From networking, servers, and storage to disaster recovery, archiving, and virtualization.
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http://www.linkedin.com/company/nordisk-systems-inc-
http://www.nordisksystems.com/blog/
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https://twitter.com/NordiskSystems

Deney Dentel's Blog

Tandem Installation of Storwize V7000 &Tivoli Endpoint Security Optimizes Server Function

Posted on June 5, 2012 at 12:51 0 Comments

It can be a bleak day for the CIO, CFO, or both, when he or she realizes that the business’s servers are getting beyond their capacity, and must soon be replaced. Judicious selection of IT appliances may solve the outgrown server problem at far less cost to the company, while still allowing the company to grow its data storage capacity, maintain or restore computer speed of function, and adopt improved security measures.



The biggest IT developments for 2011 and 2012 are looking to…

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Solving Healthcare Problems with Tivoli: Electronic Health Records in the Cloud with Excellent Security and Reliability

Posted on June 5, 2012 at 12:50 0 Comments

Medical facility administrators have many and varied responsibilities, for patients, staff, physicians, facilities, public relations, and for information management. In the US, the push to qualify for the billions of dollars of federal funds available as an “incentive” for rapid transition to EHR (Electronic Health Records) adds a layer…

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Tivoli End-Point Security for High Value Data Storage in a Cloud Services Platform

Posted on June 5, 2012 at 12:48 0 Comments

Platform as a service seems to be a solution made in heaven for organizations with large and growing data storage needs. Sometimes however, organizations have both high volumes of data, and high value data, for which security and intrusion-prevention are significant concerns. This can be true in medical services organizations, where there may be many users, not all of whom are tech-savy, or in retail organizations, where there may be a great number of sales associates with varying degrees of…

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IBM XIV storage system concepts and implementation technique

Posted on March 16, 2012 at 8:40 0 Comments

Meeting the changing needs of space requirements in a data storage system is an obstacle that has proven difficult for many companies to negotiate over the years.

For example, more and more medical facilities have switched to completely electronic medical records. Such changes place a huge burden in way of storage on an existing network infrastructure. Other times, these problems have come from self-inflicted origins. More often than not, this is a result of inadequate…

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