Hu Yoshida


Hu Yoshida

About Hu Yoshida

Hu Yoshida is responsible for defining the technical direction of Hitachi Data Systems. Currently, he leads the company's effort to help customers address data life cycle requirements and resolve compliance, governance and operational risk issues. He was instrumental in evangelizing the unique Hitachi approach to storage virtualization, which leveraged existing storage services within Hitachi Universal Storage Platform® and extended it to externally-attached, heterogeneous storage systems. Yoshida is well-known within the storage industry, and his blog has ranked among the "top 10 most influential" within the storage industry as evaluated by Network World. In October of 2006, Byte and Switch named him one of Storage Networking’s Heaviest Hitters and in 2013 he was named one of the "Ten Most Impactful Tech Leaders" by Information Week.

Top 10 IT Trends, Part 4: Biometric Authentication, Agile Methodology, And Co-Innovation

28-Feb-2018 | Hu Yoshida

Part 4 of the “2018 Top IT Trends” series This series began with my contention that adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) platforms will be the top IT trend of 2018, and went on to examine virt

Top 10 IT Trends, Part 3: Smart Object Storage, Video Analytics, And Blockchain

21-Feb-2018 | Hu Yoshida

Part 3 of the “2018 Top IT Trends” series So far in this series, we’ve explored four key IT trends in 2018: adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) platforms, virtualization, analytics and artifi

Top 10 IT Trends, Part 2: Virtualization, Analytics, AI, And Data Governance

14-Feb-2018 | Hu Yoshida

Part 2 of the “2018 Top IT Trends” series In my first blog in this series, I stated my case that adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) platforms will be the number-one technology trend of 2018.

Top 10 IT Trends, Part 1: Adoption Of IoT Platforms

7-Feb-2018 | Hu Yoshida

Part 1 of the “2018 Top IT Trends” series With so many exciting new technologies entering the mainstream, identifying one top trend might be controversial. But I’ll put a stake in the ground: