Scott D. Lowe

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For twenty years, Scott D. Lowe has served in various capacities in a number of companies and private institutions, including Hamilton College in Clinton, New York, Elmira College in Elmira, New York, and as the Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri. In addition to serving as the chief information officer for three organizations, Scott has established himself as a well-known technology analyst and author. He has written more than 3,000 articles for such sites as CBS Interactive’s TechRepublic.com, Wikibon, TechTarget, and many more. Mr. Lowe is also the author or co-author of four books and is the creator of ten video training courses for TrainSignal.

Mr. Lowe has also served as a technology consultant for CampusWorks, Inc., a well-known higher education technology consultancy providing world class technology competency to colleges and universities. In this role, Mr. Lowe performed a number of Information Technology assessments, business process reviews, and project implementations. On his own, Mr. Lowe has also performed technology consulting activities that include systems implementations, comprehensive technology assessments, and planning assistance. He has established a reputation as a creative problem solver and has partnered with Dr. Lamkin to bring our joint expertise to the overall business of the institution.




Links with Tag @OtherScottLowe

  1. Intel Data-Centric Innovation Day: A Live View
  2. 13 Things You Need To Do at VMworld 2018
  3. ActualTech Debrief: Commvault HyperScale
  4. The Purity of Hyperconverged Infrastructure: What’s in a Name?
  5. Backup and Recovery in the Cloud: Simplification is Actually Really Hard
  6. Latency: The King of Storage Performance Metrics
  7. IT as a Change Agent: It’s Time to Look Inward, Starting with Storage
  8. Overcoming “New Vendor Risk”: Pure Storage’s Techniques
  9. So, What is Secondary Storage Cohesity-Style?
  10. Data Awareness Is Increasingly Popular in the Storage Biz
  11. Crowd-sourced Metrics and Automated Support Should Be Key Features In Your Next Storage Array – It’s Good For The Business
  12. DIMM-Based Storage (Memory Channel Storage) Is A Bright Idea
  13. Infinio Accelerates The Accelerator, Adds Block Support
  14. Software Defined Storage Is Officially “A Thing” And Worth Considering For Your Data Center
  15. Don’t Let Raw Storage Metrics Solely Drive Your Buying Decision
  16. Big Data is Coming After Your Data Center And That’s a Good Thing
  17. Marco Broeken, January Virtualization Pro of the Month
  18. VMware VSAN Vs The Simplicity Of Hyperconvergence
  19. CIOs Should Require Analytics As Part Of Vendor Infrastructure Support
  20. Business Needs Dictate The Importance Of Scale Up Vs Scale Out Storage
  21. Four Trends That CIOs Should Not Ignore
  22. Determining Storage Performance Needs is Part Science and Part Art
  23. Nimble Storage’s Scale To Fit and Proactive Wellness Features Simplify IT
  24. Successful Backup and Recovery Requires Good Orchestration
  25. Commvault outlines Simpana 10 at Tech Field Day 9
  26. Hybrid Storage: Buy Now, Add Workloads Later And Enjoy Additional Value
  27. Simplicity and transparency are becoming standard features in storage
  28. Hyper-Convergence and Commoditization for CIOs – Wikibon
  29. The brewing battle between hybrid and all-flash storage
  30. Perhaps the sexiest demo the Tech Field Day delegates have ever seen?
  31. Why do products work (or not work) well with one another?
  32. Two Emerging Wireless Standards That May Affect CIOs