Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Editor in the Data Center and Virtualization Media Group at TechTarget Inc., has more than 20 years of technical writing experience in the PC/technology industry. He holds a bachelor of science in electrical engineering, along with CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+ and Server+ certifications and has written hundreds of articles and more than 15 feature books on computer troubleshooting, including Bigelow’s PC Hardware Desk Reference and Bigelow’s PC Hardware Annoyances. Follow Steve on Twitter (@Stephen_Bigelow) and LinkedIn.
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Contributions from Stephen J. Bigelow
- How are new solid-state devices altering storage tiering?
- Knowing when and how to update your server fleet
- Making the most of IT asset management
- What future server racks look like
- Memory voltage and server performance: It's complicated
- LRDIMMs and RDIMMs and UDIMMs -- Oh my!
- Should I choose server memory with advanced error features?
- Demystifying ITIL 2011 service management
- Server features that prevent failures
- Set up array-based snapshots to work smarter, not harder
- The flash memory proposition for data center storage
- Understanding CISC vs. RISC processors
- Preventing damage to data center cabling
- How dense should a server rack be?
- Why IT should make outsourcing decisions in-house
- Monitoring power with next-generation PDUs
- Server managers grapple with quickly evolving tech in 2014
- Data center managers seek operational efficiencies in 2014
- The custom server trend's effect on enterprise data centers
- Making a hybrid cloud work for the enterprise data center