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Automation of computing infrastructure provisioning and changes ensures that these resources will always be allocated according to business needs. This concept can be applied to servers, virtual machines, software, network bandwidth, storage capacity, databases or any computing-related resource.
VMware vRealize Suite is a software product suite designed to enable IT professionals to create and manage hybrid clouds.
With recent news like the NSA's PRISM program grabbing headlines, enterprises are rethinking overall security, including for Exchange.
Many security officers would suggest that encrypting every email that goes through Exchange is the best way to protect your organization. A better approach is to focus on security basics first and then and think about encrypting email.
Microsoft Exchange Server email security threats, such as spam and viruses, are a constant concern. What is the best method for protecting an Exchange Server organization against these email threats? Which antivirus and antispam products offer the most complete protection? Read these Exchange...
3DNow! technology holds out the promise of enhancing desktop 3D graphics without requiring changes to the underlying operating...
While the flashy new IBM z13 is impressive enough to bring mainframes back in vogue, the storage part of the story is yet to be told.
The mainframe survived minicomputers, the client server, the web and Y2K, but its future is under scrutiny as IBM prepares a rethink
It's taken five years and $1bn but IBM thinks it has the right platform to attract those customers struggling with big data