Microsoft Windows Server in the Data Center
- February 27, 2014
BlackBerry, Dell, IBM, Microsoft and other major IT vendors must transform to survive the cloud and mobile era. Will IT buyers invest in their vision?
- December 09, 2013
HP hopes its new converged systems can claim a bigger slice of the big data and virtualization pies, but will users already committed to cloud respond?
- November 15, 2013
Wintel servers have become the darling of the data center, pushing RISC systems out of favor. But the server hardware battle isn't winner takes all.
- September 30, 2013
Next time you buy servers, raw clock speed won't matter as much as processor specialization, memory and software support, power draw or security.
- September 06, 2011
Oracle says it won’t support multivendor stacks unless the problem originates with Oracle, but Microsoft and IBM don’t cover themselves in glory either.
- October 11, 2010
Resource-intensive applications have driven an increase in virtual machine memory allocation, according to a recent survey.
- April 14, 2010
Dogged by lack of support, an Itanium user explains why he'll have to move off Windows-on-Itanium servers.
- April 12, 2010
Data center administrators will need to keep their eyes on only two non-mainframe server operating systems: Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Windows. RHEL and Windows have a stranglehold on the market, and Red Hat is capitalizing on Novell's decline in ...
- April 12, 2010
Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 Beta 2 will work with Linux, but is this capability enough for Microsoft to gain ground in supercomputing?
- July 16, 2007
Several vendors are pushing users of high-performance computing clusters -- traditionally Linux territory -- to adopt Microsoft Windows.
- January 30, 2006
As part of a major revamp of the iSeries -- which includes a name change to the System i5 -- IBM is making it easier to integrate the iSeries platform with Windows. A smart move by Big Blue, say analysts, suggesting that anything that brings the ...
- December 08, 2005
Windows Server 2003 R2 is here. It's not a major release, but it offers a passel of new features and some security fixes. So, is it something you need now?
- November 07, 2005
Four years into its Shared Source Program, Microsoft is looking to cash in on what's worked for the open source community.
- January 11, 2005
Employees at Allentown, Penn.-based Air Products and Chemicals Inc. have been on a mission to eliminate their mainframes and scrap their tangled web of legacy applications.