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hardware-as-a-service (HaaS)

Blog  Word of the Day Hardware-as-a-service (HaaS) is a procurement model that is similar to leasing or licensing. In the hardware-as-a-service model, hardware that belongs to a managed service provider (MSP) is installed at a cutomer's site and a service level agreement (SLA) defines the responsibilitie...

Last updated: Jul 28, 2014   1:57 PM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from WhatIs.com   |      Technology
Ripple invests in Swedish open source start-up Towo Labs

Blog  Towo Labs, a Swedish startup aimed at simplifying crypto self-custody, has announced an investment from Xpring, Ripples developer initiative. Xpringis described as an initiative byRipplethat will invest in, incubate, acquire and provide grants to companies and projects run by entrepr...

Last updated: Oct 16, 2019   4:24 PM GMT  |  Blog: Open Source Insider
i5/OS on other platforms?

Blog  Chris Maxcer at the System i Network suggests that Elaine Lennox, the marketing manager for IBM System i, has hinted that i5/OS may be ported to other hardware platforms; in particular, blade servers. Would you buy a System i blade?

Last updated: Jul 18, 2007   4:31 PM GMT  |  Blog: The iSeries Blog
Bit vs string substitution compression techniques

Answer  Can someone please explain what bit substitution is and what string substitution is? I'd like to know the difference between these two hardware compression techniques before I decide which wide area network (WAN) device is appropriate for my company. Thank you.

Last updated: Jun 21, 2010   6:00 PM GMT   |    String substitution, WAN, WAN optimization
Switch found in small town shows Google hardware prowess

Blog  Here's the scenario: You're the only tech-savvy guys in a very small town, and you come across mysterious devices labeled "Pluto Switch" sitting in your distribution center. What do you do? [caption id="" align="alignright" width="300"] Image by olarte.olle on Flickr. Creative Commons license 2.0.[...

Last updated: Sep 10, 2012   5:52 PM GMT  |  Blog: Data Center Apparatus
VMware and NT4

Answer  I cannot get a NIC to work on NT4 VM. I imported from a legacy machine that needs NT4 to run software installed. I was able to import it to a VirtualMachine, but the Realtek 8139 NIC is not found so network connectivety is not working. I cannot find ANY VMware hardware in the add/remove section. ...

Last updated: Jan 23, 2008   3:27 PM GMT   |    Network, NIC, Virtual Machines
The ideal network.....

Answer  Hi, Imagine an main office that has 3 P2P link with it's 3 branch offices through a router(cisco 3845),the branch offices use of all of main office services and applications:internet,intranet,email,Office Auomaion,Funancial system,Antivirus. What's the best network deign for this office in feuthure!...

Last updated: Jan 3, 2007   6:56 AM GMT   |    Networking, Security
Logon to network only works after a cold boot.

Answer  I'm wondering what would cause a person's network logon to fail consistently after a reboot but succeed after a cold boot. This person's computer locks up frequently, and it apparently is due to a hardware problem. The computer will be replaced, so my question is not about the lockup. However, wh...

Last updated: Feb 6, 2007   12:53 AM GMT   |    DataCenter, Interoperability, Management
Outlook 2003 fails to consistently connect.

Answer  Our network has around 30 users; each has an e-mail account that is handled by our exchange server (Exchange 2007, running on Server 2003 X64). All users use the Outlook 2003 (running on Windows XP SP3) application to connect to the server. I have two users who consistently have trouble connecting...

Last updated: Dec 9, 2008   1:27 PM GMT   |    Microsoft Exchange 2007, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Outlook 2003
Avnet enhances storage business with LeftHand Networks distribution deal

Blog  Avnet Technology Solutions, a division of Avnet Inc.,has announced an agreement under which its thousand-plus solution-provider partners will be able to distribute the open iSCSI storage area network technology of LeftHand Networks. Avnet is looking to expand its storage solutions, in particul...

Last updated: Aug 29, 2007   10:10 PM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
Network design with converged network

Answer  Hello, I have been asked to design a wireless-based voice/data network for 20 users on site and 10 users for home. 10 users will exploit VPN. That's only the specification I got. Nothing else :( I have an idea for design with WAN -> ISP router -> Firewall router -> DMZ -> application f...

Last updated: Jun 8, 2010   11:57 PM GMT   |    Network design, VoIP, VPN design
Oh wait! There's more

Blog  Still more news from HP just as folks were trying to digest the juicy tidbit that it's about to meld its printer and PC businesses into one. This news is official, however. HP brought in a former Sun exec to run sales for its big storage, server and networkingbusiness in the Americas. Gee, ...

Last updated: Sep 30, 2009   8:39 PM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
IT Hostages

Blog  In my conversations with clients this week something came out. That something was one of those unmentionable subjects that many business owners are uncomfortable talking about. There are three forms of political power in any business. I'll call them authoritative, charismatic and technical. ...

Last updated: Dec 12, 2011   2:58 AM GMT  |  Blog: Modern Network Architecture
what are the units expected in an ideal Info. Tech. Dept of a bank/financila institution

Answer  i wish to know adequately the ideal units that must exist in an IT department of a bank. i have been managing a department for some time and i have only the following: Information Services unit for branch and head office support, Business Support unit for the database managemnt, e-payment unit for m...

Last updated: Jan 6, 2010   4:36 PM GMT   |    CIO, IT departments
Pollyanna works at GCHQ

Blog  Iain Lobban, the head of GCHQ, the government's electronic spies, believes that if telecommunications companies, hardware and software vendors, and managed services providers could "come together", the UK could build a resilient network that could give it a "competitive advantage" in attracting busi...

Last updated: Oct 13, 2010   8:45 AM GMT  |  Blog: Digital Dividend   |      Uncategorized
Open IT Forum: What to expect in network overhauls

Answer  Whether because of horrific wiring sprawls or hardware upgrades, we'd love to hear about your reasons for network overhauls, the obstacles you faced, and the lessons you learned. Pass on the knowledge and earn 50 knowledge points toward our current contest where you could win $100!

Last updated: May 4, 2011   7:40 PM GMT   |    Knowledge Point Bounty, Network design, Network hardware
SDN catalyst for agility and innovation

Blog  Almost three out of five CIOs we speak with today tell us that technology providers often seem to be pushing software defined networks (SDN) simply to sell hardware, writes Verizon's Peter Konings, and they just dont need more hardware. Lets be clear: SDN isnt a box. It is about enabling b...

Last updated: Jan 24, 2017   8:48 AM GMT  |  Blog: The Full Spectrum   |      SDN
IT Hardware Duplicity and Echo Checks Part I

Blog  [caption id="attachment_1352" align="alignleft" width="285"] Conceptual Connect To Server Image - Salvatore Vuono[/caption]   Effective communication checks should be applied to small as well as large IT configurations. IT hardwareduplicity and echo checks are a way of establishing the accu...

Last updated: Jul 25, 2012   0:08 AM GMT  |  Blog: IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance
Is IoT taking us back to the garage? The 'hardware renaissance'

Blog  It's now been almost six years since Marc Andreessen coined his famous phrase, "Software is eating the world." What seemed prescient in 2011 is now present in our everyday lives, as software continues to turn one industry after another on its ear. Familiar examples like Uber or Airbnb, of course, c...

Last updated: Jul 13, 2017   6:53 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Hardware, Hardware and software, Hardware relocation
Word of the Day: application delivery controller (ADC)

Blog  Word of the Day Today's WhatIs.com Word of the Day is application delivery controller (ADC), a network device that manages client connections to complex Web and enterprise applications. In general, a controller is a hardware device or a software program that manages or directs the flow of data betw...

Last updated: Oct 3, 2013   5:53 PM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from WhatIs.com
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