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The announcement of SAP S/4HANA promises a new world of lightning-fast processes, but making it a reality will not be simple.
To ensure a resilient Exchange setup, admins must know how to run tests, find vulnerabilities and examine Exchange's reaction to simulated attacks.
A chain of California Goodwill stores needed to bring POS, warehouse and accounting systems together. SAP Business One proved to be the answer.
Jamie Thomas explains IBM's plans for the newly branded Spectrum Storage line, and whether a hyper-converged appliance is on the vendor's roadmap.
The "desktop support guy" at Auburn University learns about storage by implementing a four-node hyper-converged cluster to eliminate storage silos.
Northern Arizona University found software-defined storage vendor Nexenta just in time to fix their lagging XenDesktop environment.
Howard Marks discusses creating storage snapshots, the move to virtual workloads and the death of the LUN.