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Say "So Long HP MediaSmart Servers!"

Blog  I regularly read Paul Thurrott's Supersite for Windows, so when I saw a story there entitled "HP Drops Windows Home Server Product Line" I thought to myself "Bummer!" Here's a capsule summary of what Thurrott says in this story (it's a paraphrase, not a direct quote, so I set it in italics here): ...

Last updated: Dec 6, 2010   6:01 PM GMT  |  Blog: Windows Enterprise Desktop
Playing with the Vista SP2 Beta

Blog  Over the past week or two, I've been messing around with the Windows Vista SP2 beta. For a release with beta status, it's amazingly stable, and some of the new functionality is welcome (burning Blu-ray media works as advertised, and indeed wireless connectivity is a bit easier and more straightforwa...

Last updated: Jan 21, 2009   6:11 PM GMT  |  Blog: Windows Enterprise Desktop
Great Windows Resources: SevenForums and EightForums

Blog  Thanks to a request from some colleagues at Dell recently, I've dug back into a pair of nonpareil websites to revisit their standout coverage and tutorials for all things Windows related. I'm talking about SevenForums and EightForums, two Websites that are the brainchild of John Fairbrother and ably...

Last updated: Jul 5, 2012   2:54 PM GMT  |  Blog: Windows Enterprise Desktop
Is Cloud Lessening Data Breaches Burden On Enterprises?

Blog  There are few things to notice about data breaches. Enterprises are preferring cloud over on-premise for less critical applications. That means information security trends are changing noticeably. But more important is to understand is Cloud driving shift in security spending. In fact, is that shift...

Last updated: Mar 25, 2018   1:36 PM GMT  |  Blog: Quality Assurance and Project Management   |      cloud, Cloud adoption, Information security
Microsoft on SQL Server Virtualization savings: Win some, lose some

Blog   TANSTAAFL, or "There ain't so such thing as a free lunch," was once the rally cry of both science fiction great Robert Heinlein and economics giant Milton Friedman, so it should come as no surprise that even as Microsoft promises 90% energy savings, as it did in a recent campaign on sister site Se...

Last updated: May 6, 2010   4:56 AM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Watch Blog
Member Guide: Server hardening tips & tricks

Blog  It's always fun to get new things, but before you go plugging all those enterprise holiday gifts into your data center, be sure you have them optimized for security. Server hardening is essentially creating a security baseline before introducing new machines that haven't been configured with securit...

Last updated: Dec 15, 2010   5:05 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Watch Blog
Cisco's big news: A Catalyst 6500 revamp

Blog  Kudos go to the Wall Street Journal's Don Clark for digging up some dirt on Cisco's closely-held "big announcement" coming today: A revamped Catalyst 6500 which will provide a way for users to upgrade their existing hardware (Skip WSj paywall). Details are fairly light, except that the the offering ...

Last updated: Jul 12, 2011   9:17 AM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Watch Blog
A rare feel good week in the world of Oracle

Blog  Oracle's having a busy week. Instead of their usual legal fracases, they seem to actually be getting some work done. First, they announced their first scalable, entry level tape library, the Oracle StorageTek SL150. It's targeted at small-to-medium sized businesses with remote offices, and will be ...

Last updated: Jul 19, 2012   3:34 PM GMT  |  Blog: Eye on Oracle
Who needs Dell? Nutanix tripled revenue last quarter

Blog  Nutanix hasnt been sitting idle waiting for its Dell OEM deal to kick in. The hyper-converged system vendor today said it exceeded $50 million in revenue for the quarter that finished at the end of July. Nutanix said it is picking up larger customers, with 29 companies buying more than $1 millio...

Last updated: Aug 6, 2014   1:09 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Dell, Nutanix, Storage
Are Cisco knockoffs a modern Trojan Horse?

Blog   So it's not exactly breaking at this point, but scary nonetheless: The FBI's Operation Cisco Raider has led to a number criminal cases involving counterfeit Cisco products bought by military agencies and contractors, according to the New York Times. What's so worrisome? Knockoff handbags and even ...

Last updated: May 16, 2008   5:24 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
Microsoft moves beyond SMI-S with NetApp

Blog  By Beth Pariseau, Senior News Writer ATLANTA -- NetApp and Cisco have issued another reference architecture in partnership with a virtualization vendor. This time it's Microsoft. The NetApp Hyper-V Cloud Fast Track with Cisco data center architecture, announced Monday at TechEd North America, is a...

Last updated: May 17, 2011   12:45 AM GMT  |  Blog: The Virtualization Room
Mobile App KPIs Foundation Laying With Customer Data

Blog  This is the last post in the Interview Series with Andrew Levy, CEO, and Co-founder of Apteligent. Apteligent is in San Francisco and is engaged in streamlining businesses involved in mobile apps distribution, monitoring, and mobile app analytics to derive business KPIs. We have been talking about v...

Last updated: Jul 16, 2016   8:18 AM GMT  |  Blog: Quality Assurance and Project Management   |      Customer data, key performance indicators, Mobile app
Tintri moves into VMware's vSphere

Blog  Tintri, which designs its VMstore storage appliances to be virtual machine-friendly, is releasing a plug-in to let customers manage VMstore inside of VMwares vSphere. The plug-in lets Tintri customers manage their VMstore appliances from the vSphere vCenter management tool. It makes VMstore dash...

Last updated: Mar 20, 2014   9:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup
DDN storage acquisitions continue with Nexenta pickup

Blog  DataDirect Networks keeps expanding by acquisition. The high-performance computing storage specialist this week made its third acquisition in the past year, picking up software-defined storage vendor Nexenta. DDN bought hybrid flash vendor Tintri out of bankruptcy last summer. The Tintri deal follo...

Last updated: May 7, 2019   12:47 AM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Storage
Can the cloud cure IoT security problems?

Blog  The cloud has made deploying servers easy and taken much of the complexity out of application delivery. Now, it will face its next challenge: rescuing the internet of things from itself. By any measure, IoT is big business. Last year, global IoT spending reached $737 billion, according to IDC, and ...

Last updated: Nov 10, 2017   6:42 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      cloud, Cloud Services, Internet of Things
Managing Windows 2008 Server Core Local Settings

Blog  In Windows Server 2008, Server Core installation does not include the traditional full graphical user interface (GUI). Therefore, once you have configured the server, you can only manage it locally at a command prompt, or remotely using a Terminal Serverconnection. A third management option is to ma...

Last updated: Oct 17, 2007   1:50 AM GMT  |  Blog: Network Administrator Knowledgebase   |      Hardware
Blockchain and IoT can build the walls of the future

Blog  The concept of a physical wall for security has been the subject of much debate in recent months. While you may be sick of hearing about it (don't worry, this is not a political post), one overlooked talking point is the use of a metaphorical wall for security circa 2019. For us in the tech sector, ...

Last updated: Feb 22, 2019   4:47 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Blockchain, cybersecurity, distributed ledger technology
Tornado warning: Commingling of public and IoT clouds?

Blog  Clouds are tricky things. It's hard to tell where the foundations of a cloud reside. You could point at the physical infrastructure. Some of the best side-channel attacks target hardware. There is the operating system that runs everything. And there is the middleware, billing, hypervisors, drivers a...

Last updated: Jul 20, 2017   4:52 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Botnet, cloud, Cloud Computing
So what's up with this storage array that doesn't use any sort of RAID?

Blog  So a few years ago a new Storage concept was introduced to market. That platform is know known as the IBM XIV platform. What makes this system so different from every other storage platform on the market is that the system doesn't have any hardware level RAID like a traditional storage array does....

Last updated: Jul 8, 2010   11:00 AM GMT  |  Blog: SQL Server with Mr. Denny
Network based appliance for AntiVirus and AntiSpam ?

Answer  we are small business company with 45 computers. we have been using Symantec Antivirus all these years on workstations & Servers. we have microsoft exchange email server- so we use the symantec mail security for MS exchange as well. We wanted to migrate to a newer or better solution. 1) Wanted to ch...

Last updated: Oct 19, 2011   3:22 PM GMT   |    antispam, Barracuda, Firewall appliances
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