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Is it possible to use larger capacity hard drives, yet make them more reliable and decrease rebuild times? Panasas says it is.
Phil Goodwin explains how scale-out NAS systems simplify storage management through a single point of control and by combating performance problems.
Use legacy phone and computer equipment to start up VoIP.
DaaS has appeal, but that doesn't mean it works for everyone. If you have bandwidth limitations or workers would suffer from poor performance, it might not be right for you.
It's easy to set up VoIP on a customer's network if you follow these best practices. The first is to help your customer understand how they want to use VoIP, which then determines the type of VoIP services you'll provide.
The time is ripe for midmarket firms to jump on the Voice over IP bandwagon. But security remains a giant hurdle.
There is often a disconnect between developers and DBAs. Bridging the gap between database design/development and operations management can make the difference between an efficient, well-managed business application and one that fails to meet service-level expectations.
Author Craig Mullins discusses the evolving responsibilities of database administrators due to NoSQL systems and a growing need for mixed database management system environments.
Good Morning, I am currently a postgraduate student of the University of South Australia, enrolled in the program Master of Project Management. In fulfillment of the program’s objectives, I am preparing a dissertation in the field of ‘The relationship between IT project characteristics and...