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Symantec backup exec 11d setup help for a complete newb

Answer  Hello all, I recently got moved into a network admin position at my company, nearly all of my experience before this has been with web design/PC hardware/and SOHO networks. Now I'm on a network with 9 servers and I could use your help, My boss purchased REV disks because he wants to move away from t...

Last updated: Oct 5, 2007   4:32 AM GMT   |    Backup, Installation, Remote management
The importance of firmware updates

Blog  Hi folks, more often than not I see people deploying new network equipment or servers without firmware updates. What's up with that? As a good best practice it only makes sense to update the firmware on devices. These firmware updates usually patch lots of security holes and other bugs. People tend...

Last updated: Oct 31, 2010   8:01 PM GMT  |  Blog: The musings of an IT Consultant
HP to Acquire Colubris Networks to Expand, HP ProCurves Wireless Technology Offerings

Blog  HP announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Colubris Networks Inc., a Waltham, Mass.-based, privately-held global provider of intelligent wireless networks for enterprises and service providers.HP plans to integrate Colubris extensive product line into its ProCurve Network...

Last updated: Sep 24, 2008   11:21 AM GMT  |  Blog: Network technologies and trends
Setting up a RAID 1 from an internal HD to an external HD

Answer  I have a 500GB internal HD on which I store all of my media and documents. I am interested in creating and maintaining an identical backup of the data stored on the internal drive on an external USB hard drive, while also having the internal HD being accessible other computers and devices on my home...

Last updated: Feb 7, 2011   3:59 PM GMT   |    Backup and Recovery, Backup and restore, Backup storage
Hungry data center vendors may be good for buyers

Blog  Data center hardware spending remain soft, but that could empower enterprise buyers who see the benefits of better performance and control of their own gear. The overall server market remains stagnant, with little help from enterprise buyers. Revenue was up 6.3% in the second quarter from a year ag...

Last updated: Oct 6, 2017   5:23 PM GMT  |  Blog: Data Center Apparatus   |      Data Center
LineRate Systems: Virtualizing Layer 4-7 services

Blog  Keeping up with emerging start-ups in the software-defined networking (SDN) market is becoming a full-time job. Most of the SDN buzz centers on Layer 2/3 networking. That's what is dominating the agenda at this week's Open Networking Summit. However, a smaller group of start-ups are focusing on SDN...

Last updated: Apr 17, 2012   10:11 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
Huawei and national security concerns: Lock the barn door after horse has bolted?

Blog  At times, babus provide us with tremendously amusing reading material early in the morning. The latest in this sequence is the Huawei telecom dealissue. Now, I do agree that the national security threat argument does hold water. But shouldnt this have been thought of while granting them permiss...

Last updated: May 4, 2010   5:44 AM GMT  |  Blog: Heard, and overheard
So-Called "HP Storage Backdoor" Isn't Really. Here's the Real Problem

Blog  If you -- or, more likely, your boss -- are having conniptions about the alleged Seekrit Backdoors in HP storage hardware, you can relax. Sort of. On the other hand, you may have a bigger problem. To recap -- a blogger discovered an administrative account with an easily-guessed password in HP's Sto...

Last updated: Jul 25, 2013   3:16 AM GMT  |  Blog: Yottabytes: Storage and Disaster Recovery
intent-based networking (IBN)

Blog  Intent-based networking (IBN) is a policy-driven approach to network management that eliminates the need for network engineers to configure each switch or router manually. Continued Quote of the Day "Intent-based networking systems promise a new way to deliver network services. But the concept n...

Last updated: Jun 13, 2018   5:53 PM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from WhatIs.com
Word of the Day: Open Compute Project

Blog   "When Facebook custom built its data center in Oregon, the goal was to create an easy-to-maintain system that cut down on energy consumption. Then they made all of the specs and designs public by launching the Open Compute Project."-- Dave Cappuccio Word of the Day Today's WhatIs.com Word of the...

Last updated: Oct 18, 2013   11:52 AM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from WhatIs.com
Can't detect my Home Wireless Network

Answer  I have a old Compaq nx9000 Laptop in my home.most of the time, i cant even detect my home network.i dont know what happen with tat. when i use cable, it can straight go online. once i want to use wireless build in. it is hardly to detect the wireless. while there is another laptop sit beside it can ...

Last updated: Mar 10, 2009   2:40 AM GMT   |    Home network, Wireless connection, Wireless networking
The case for identity-enabled devices

Blog  I wanted to highlight an article that debuted on the site this week that was written by Joel Dubin, which makes the case for identity-enabled network devices. On one hand, as Joel writes, the technology is meant to add an extra layer of security to any kind of network device by requiring both the us...

Last updated: Sep 27, 2007   9:06 PM GMT  |  Blog: Security Bytes
What's up with Cisco?

Blog  VARs want to know what's up with Cisco Systems. Cisco's decision to axe its Flip digital video camera businesstwo years after spending $600 million on it strikes many VARs, including those on the SearchITChannel.com channel advisory board, as an indication of big problems. The networking giant, ...

Last updated: May 9, 2011   8:58 PM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
Virtualization Fashion Update: Thin is In!

Blog  IT professionals may wear many hats in their organizations, but we tend not to beknown for our fashion sense. To assist in that area, I'd like to cover one of the latest styles in virtualization: The return of the thin client. Case in point: see Alex Barrett's coverage of HP's acquisition of t...

Last updated: Jul 24, 2007   8:24 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Virtualization Room
The gloves come off at Interop 2011: Will Cisco get pummeled?

Blog  Interop 2011 promises to be the most interesting networking conference in a long time. The gloom of the recession is lifting, attendees will need to fight off the cloud and as-a-service vendors with a stick, and (dare we even think it?) the monopolistic death grip that Cisco has had on the hardware ...

Last updated: May 10, 2011   3:47 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
MongoDB-as-a-Service from UK datacentre

Blog  Rackspace is now set to offer its NoSQL MongoDB Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) from the firm's UK datacentre. Acquired from (and still known as) ObjectRocket, this open source-based MongoDB is built on hardware optimised specifically for MongoDB and easily accessed and integrated into existing syste...

Last updated: Jan 23, 2014   7:26 AM GMT  |  Blog: Open Source Insider   |      Uncategorized
Ubuntu Feisty Fawn beta delayed

Blog  A slight delay today for the beta release of Ubuntu Feisty Fawn, according to the Ubuntu developer mailing list. The beta release of Ubuntu Feisty was delayed for a day because of a kernel regression issue that caused problems booting a large number of systems. A new kernel has been uploaded and bu...

Last updated: Mar 23, 2007   2:01 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise Linux Log
Guide to VMware Data Protection Whitepaper

Blog  Eric Siebert, vExpert, wrote a series of pdf documents that explain how backups work in the VMware Environment, including an intro to VMware, backup and recovery methodology, data recovery in virtual environments, as well as a brand new document about choosing the right backup solution. Here is an ...

Last updated: Feb 6, 2012   4:54 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Real (and Virtual) Adventures of Nathan the IT Guy
Obvious mainframe headline of the day

Blog  Here it is: "Virtual Systems of Tomorrow Could Take Cues from Today's Mainframes." No way, you think? Seeing as the virtual systems of today took cues from yesterday's mainframes, it makes sense that the trickle-down effect will continue. This story, from Virtualization Review, basically outlines w...

Last updated: Sep 3, 2008   5:50 PM GMT  |  Blog: Mainframe Propeller Head   |      Exchange Server ActiveSync
SEP adds online backup for VMware

Blog  SEP Software LLC, a German-based company with U.S. headquarters in Boulder, Colo., has introduced SEP Sesam 3.4 backup and recovery software with additional support for VMware this week at the fourth annual Red Hat Summit. Known primarily in Europe, the company has expanded its U.S. presence for abo...

Last updated: Jun 17, 2008   7:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise Linux Log
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