As your IT team looks to upgrade your computational and storage systems, be sure you understand the choices and tradeoffs you face regarding your server CPU options. Some of our recommendations may seem, well, counterintuitive
The software is designed to make caches across multiple data centers more reliable and efficient
16 September 2014, 00:23. Topics: Networking
Front Porch Digital technology is used by media companies, government agencies and sports organizations for a variety of applications
15 September 2014, 02:11. Topics: Apps
Comes as US government puts pressure on Microsoft to hand over emails on Dublin servers
11 September 2014, 12:17. Topics: Security
At its annual conference, Box outlined plans to expand its scope beyond cloud storage and file sharing
09 September 2014, 15:23. Topics: Storage
Aim is to have compelling offer in compute, storage and networking
30 April 2014, 09:32. Topics: Networking
Researchers have discovered a better way to store data in individual molecules
24 January 2013, 15:37. Topics: Storage
Tape is not dead - far from it. Many enterprises depend on it for cost-effective long-term storage
23 January 2013, 17:07. Topics: Storage
We describe the portable hard drive specs and features that matter most, and name five of our favourite models
Can't afford Apple's version? Well if you are able and have the parts, why not make your own
Here's how you can get some breathing room back
Don't recycle that aging desktop PC - give it a new purpose in life
We explain how to speed up your PC with an advanced technique known as "short stroking"
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The rapid evolution of enterprise storage technologies, combined with external forces like the explosion of big data, can keep the best Linux and server administrators playing catch-up when it comes to storage.
From physical to virtual to cloud, I.T. organizations have adopted increasingly complex technologies as their enterprises demand greater agility. It’s left to I.T. leaders and their organizations to manage this complexity, keeping operating costs low while delivering on ever-increasing SLA expectations. With the rapid growth in unstructured data volumes, I.T. organizations are turning their attention to storage to eliminate costs and inefficiencies while increasing performance, security, and reliability.
Today’s enterprise faces dramatic change and tremendous opportunity, and the traditional role of the enterprise architect — to ensure adequate technology governance, drive transformational initiatives, and support critical business processes — has become even more challenging. Enterprises are collecting and storing unprecedented amounts of data, which threatens to usurp fundamental
business processes and put key initiatives at risk.