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Boston Scientific adopted EMC XtremIO all-flash arrays for VDI then SQL Server databases; chief architect hopes to expand to general-purpose storage.
SharePoint Online development is far different from SharePoint on-premises development. It's the elephant in the room, one expert said.
Migrating to the cloud is often touted as a no-brainer. But not all workloads benefit from the move, so hammer out a solid cloud migration strategy.
SharePoint in the cloud can be low-cost and provide ease of access to content, but performance can grind to a halt if users insist on customization.
When should you go with Solaris and when should you go with Linux? What about OpenSolaris – what is it exactly and where does this fit into the mix? Ken Milberg describes the advantages of the three operating systems, and suggests how each may work best in the enterprise.
This week in telecom news, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler proposes a 5G wireless study while the possible AT&T merger with DirecTV advances with a shareholder vote.
Your VDI implementation can get costly -- fast. With servers, licenses, storage and tools to buy, the Capex for VDI can skyrocket, but remember that over the long term, Opex is less with VDI than with traditional PCs.
There are plenty of alternatives to Microsoft Office out there. Check out other mobile office apps that help you view and edit docs.