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Modern Infrastructure - July 2013, Volume 2, Number 7

This month’s Modern Infrastructure cover story looks at the private cloud movement. The idea of building a private cloud appeals to many IT managers who want to retain control and security, but improve services. It hasn’t seen huge adoption, though. What will it take for adoption to skyrocket? Along with the cover story, other features examine critical data center issues:

- State-of-the-Art Network Design: Today’s cloud and mobility trends mean that yesterday’s server and network infrastructure is no longer cutting it—and that IT managers must get up to speed on the latest and greatest in fast, flexible networks.

- Converged Endpoint Management: Dreaming of the Single-Platform Experience: Management tools are still trying to keep up with the huge influx of mobile devices that have hit organizations hard. Will a “single pane of glass” experience ever exist?  Access >>>

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