• Forget the ’90s — workloads demand new types of servers – The past, present and future of top data center components

    In just a few decades, servers have gone from large, UNIX-based systems to smaller, generic, standards-based commodity computing platforms. The types of servers that rule the data center today wouldn't recognize early computing systems. The IBM AS/400 Advanced 36 Model 436 exemplified 1990s server...

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  • Denser is better: Increased storage and server density

    For storage and servers, being dense is good. Careful planning can maximize the benefits of greater computing densities while minimizing potential risks.

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  • Track program installations

    How to keep track of the programs that you install on workstations and servers.

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  • Converting to dynamic disks

    There's a way to get a PC to perform more closely to the performance level of a true server.

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  • No-boot solutions

    What recourse do I have when my server won't boot? There're a number of things you can try. The first is called "Last Known Good" (LGN). You boot the system in LGN mode by paying attention to the prompts you get early in the boot process. LGN rolls the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESystemCurrentControlSet,...

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  • Downsizing can reap server use benefits

    Consolidating servers is a popular notion, but just how much consolidation can an organization achieve? In some cases (think potential disruptions), it's not an option.

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  • Server expansion and growth without wasted space

    Acquire new servers without the issues associated with excess or wasted storage capacity.

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  • CCleaner: Tips for cleaner workstations and servers

    Use CCleaner to neaten the data in your workstations or servers. Here's how you can get the most out of this free tool.

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  • Microsoft offers ‘cold’ server perk to customers

    For businesses that have servers standing at the ready in case of disaster, Redmond has some good news.

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  • What is the best patch management software for servers?

    What is the best patch management software for servers? I would like your view about what would be the strategy of using that in a production network? Could you please direct me to some comparisons of all the products in terms of functionality and also the cost benefit analysis?

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