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Establishing a tiered storage system can be a big investment. Our experts provide five steps to get the biggest bang for your bucks.
Managing enterprise storage is both a science and an art. These basic tenets lay the groundwork for safe and effective storage practices.
Dealing with the high temps generated by denser server racks requires planning for increased power and cooling requirements.
Alternative applications for everyday office tasks have significant appeal, but adoption rates at the enterprise level are still low.
Moving your servers and storage outside the enterprise walls can have advantages that go beyond cost savings.
Why mess with firewalls when hosted applications make it easy to access enterprise data remotely from anywhere in the world?
Virtualization promises more efficient and cost-effective ways to manage your data center. Our experts explain how to turn those promises into reality.
Newly increased functionality, coupled with longstanding price advantages, could boost the role of network attached storage (NAS) systems.
How can a temporary assembly of autonomous experts be transformed into a cohesive, efficient problem-solving unit? Our experts share their top six tips.
Keep your network fast, secure and up to date with the latest breed of network switching devices.
It's a maneuver that can build resiliency and reduce the total cost of ownership of the data center. But hidden "gotchas" may sabotage those advantages.
How and when to update your IT systems is an ongoing evaluation process. Be sure you're looking at the right criteria.
Data backup is out. Data protection is in. What's not to like about a technology that lets you get your hands on a snapshot of your data from any previous moment in time?
Today's interconnected business processes demand external connections to internal applications. Even if proper attention is given to securing external access, opportunities for unintended uses and abuses abound.
Multicore servers can satisfy expectations, but IT managers must match their applications to what the processor can really deliver, rather than the marketing hype.
Grid computing is as old as the Internet, but new applications benefit an increasingly wide spectrum of industries and uses.