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5G is the Y2K of the next decade

Blog  The press surrounding CES 2019 and Mobile World Congress 2019 5G announcements coupled with the bankruptcy proceedings of Sears/Kmart occurring recently has caused me to reflect upon how technology can be very good for companies that can use it -- and debilitating for those that cannot. Fundamental ...

Last updated: Apr 23, 2019   2:27 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      5G, 5G network, 5G technology
On the record: Google using Intel to bypass infrastructure vendors

Blog  Wired got an interesting scoop from Intel this week: Google has been buying chips directly from Intel for five years, bypassing traditional data center infrastructure vendors to build its own servers, storage and networking devices. According toWired's Robert McMillan: "Its certainly not anyth...

Last updated: Aug 17, 2012   5:45 PM GMT  |  Blog: Cloud Provider Commentary
Router reboot can open your system to hackers

Blog  [caption id="attachment_777" align="alignleft" width="185" caption="Hmm...."][/caption] For years, I have given advice to everyone that the first line of security for your home PCs is a NAT router between your home network and the Internet. While that is still true, there is one situation where the...

Last updated: Dec 29, 2011   11:34 PM GMT  |  Blog: Security Corner
Application Performance and Other Investigative Opportunities

Blog  Sometimes I feel more likeI'm adetective than programmer/analyst. Fact is, I believe, that there has to be at least a little bit of detective in every IT person who has the opportunity to evaluate software applications and theirsometimes strange behaviors. As an example of what I mean, I sh...

Last updated: Jun 25, 2008   3:53 PM GMT  |  Blog: Custom Application Development
The trends that are shaping the industry

Blog   In this guest blog pos  Matthew Poyiadgi, European VP, CompTIA, looks at the need for IT professionals to keep ahead of the curve by learning new skills.One of the problems of training is keeping courses relevant in such a rapidly changing industry. I'll come on to training for the future...

Last updated: Nov 1, 2011   7:38 AM GMT  |  Blog: ITWorks   |      IT skills, ITworks, Training
Cisco clears the fabric for NVMf as Fibre Channel reaches 32Gbps

Blog  The recent announcement by Cisco of 32Gbps capability in its MDS 9700 Director switch and UCS C-series server products means the two major storage networking hardware makers are now able to offer the next generation of Fibre Channel bandwidth to customers; Brocade already did last summer with its Ge...

Last updated: Apr 20, 2017   2:46 PM GMT  |  Blog: StorageBuzz
virtual private cloud (VPC)

Blog  A virtual private cloud (VPC) is the logical division of a service provider's public cloud multi-tenant architecture to support private cloud computing in a public cloud environment. Continued Quote of the Day "It isn't enough for a virtual private cloud server provider to enable subscribers to ...

Last updated: Apr 27, 2018   0:05 AM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from
2008 Hyperv and LPT1 Port on the 2003 Virtual Servers

Blog   Have you had Virtual Servers running on a 2008 HyperV Server and needed to add a LPT port to the Virtual Server? If you was like me you searched the web and MS high and low and you found that it is a non supported deal and no one had a way to make it work. Well we had created a couple of Terminal...

Last updated: Feb 25, 2009   4:31 PM GMT  |  Blog: SBS 2003 and beyond
POWER7 is coming: Here's a preview

Blog  For you IBM Unix (AIX) guys out there look out, the POWER7 is coming, though I dont have an exact release date as of yet. For my Unix brethren who are not as familiar with this architecture this is the next generation of IBM hardware (POWER6 was released in 2007), which AIX runs on exclus...

Last updated: Nov 13, 2009   6:38 PM GMT  |  Blog: Unix-Linux news and commentary
Will your data center disappear this year?

Blog  Tonight, before you lock up your data center and hit the lights, take a look around. Gaze longingly at your racks of servers and bundles of cables. Listen to the sweet sounds of the machines whirring and beeping. And take a deep breath of that dry, artificially cooled air. In a matter of months, it...

Last updated: Jan 20, 2011   8:09 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Virtualization Room
HPE turns 3PAR array from all-flash to hybrid

Blog  For years weve seen storage vendors take systems designed for hard disk drives (HDDs) and add solid-state drives (SSDs) to them. Now Hewlett Packard Enterprise is taking hardware that ran all SSDs and allowing customers to use HDDs inside of it. HPEs new 3PAR StoreServ 20840 array uses the sa...

Last updated: Mar 15, 2016   2:17 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Flash Array, HPE
Maxta makes MxSP HCI software version perpetually free

Blog  Software-only hyper-converged startup Maxta today formally unveiled a free perpetual license option for its MxSP software, following a registration drive launched during VMworld 2016. MxSP is hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) software designed to run on commonly used server hardware. Maxta sai...

Last updated: Sep 30, 2016   9:01 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Maxta
HP/Palm: What could this mean for unified communications?

Blog   They say things happen in threes, so let's try the Hewlett-Packard edition of this association game: Colubris, 3Com... Palm? Huh? Those three letters probably sum up most of the IT world's reaction to HP's announcement it will buy the flailing Palm Inc. for $1 billion in cash. Although there's ...

Last updated: Apr 30, 2010   10:35 PM GMT  |  Blog: Unified Communications Nation
EMC claims products work better together despite a call for breakup

Blog  EMC has issued two responses to the letter that investor Elliott Management made public Wednesday calling for the vendor to spin off VMware and/or explore a merger with other large companies. EMC first released a direct response to the Elliot letter, saying little except to repeat claims that EMC i...

Last updated: Oct 9, 2014   8:26 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Pivotal, RSA, Storage
Broadcom samples HBAs that support FC-NVMe to OEMs

Blog  The pieces are starting to fall into place for even higher performing flash storage with lower latency through the use of Nonvolatile Memory Express (NVMe) over Fibre Channel (FC). Broadcom (part of Avago Technologies) this week made available to OEMs Emulex Gen 6 FC host bus adapters (HBAs) that s...

Last updated: Jul 22, 2016   11:54 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      flash storage
The cloud migration checklist: What to consider

Blog  In this guest post, Sarvesh Goel, an infrastructure management services architect at IT consultancy Mindtree, offers enterprises a step-by-step guide to moving to the cloud. There are many factors that influence the cloud migration journey for any enterprise. Some of them may trigger change in the w...

Last updated: Dec 17, 2015   9:00 AM GMT  |  Blog: Ahead in the Clouds   |      Cloud Computing, Guest Post, Skills
Misplaced optimism: Channel should just move on from Vista

Blog  As the ship date for Microsoft. Corp.s Windows Vista operating system grows closer, the marketing to both end-users and solution providers gets more intense and not only from Redmond.CDW Corp., for example, released a report this morning predicting that 86% of U.S. companies expect to adopt...

Last updated: Nov 13, 2006   10:28 PM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
Use smartphone like a computer outside without any hardware

Answer  Hi. I use the Linux Mint operating system on a laptop + mainly use it for job search (currently unemployed). Also, use the Android operating system on a smartphone. Recently I thought: "Why can't I use the smartphone like a computer outside without any hardware?". I am aware that the Android s is...

Last updated: Aug 1, 2016   10:58 AM GMT   |    Android, Linux, Smartphones
Syncing Software recommendations

Answer  One of my VIP end users (a senior scientist in our building) has put in a request for the following setup: He wants us to build him 2 8-TB file servers, identical in design. This is not a problem, I've done this already for our own use. One server will be in his lab for their use. He wants the sec...

Last updated: Jun 16, 2008   3:11 PM GMT   |    Backup, Backup to Disk, Microsoft Windows Server 2003
With private cloud architecture, slow and steady wins

Blog  As the cloud computing market continues to mature, and as server virtualization technology continues to catch on in health care organizations, a private cloud architecture becomes both attractive and viable -- to a point. Providers are increasingly learning that virtualization begets private cloud ...

Last updated: Jul 5, 2011   4:49 PM GMT  |  Blog: Health IT Pulse   |      Cloud Computing, Virtualization and cloud computing
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