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If you monitor a lot of servers, it's important to make sure the tools you use to remotely manage them are secure. Encryption and password best practices can help.

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Cisco joins the AI fray with amped-up server

Cisco's latest UCS servers with Nvidia's GPUs aim to help larger IT shops more quickly run AI and machine learning workloads -- and help Cisco keep pace with Dell and HPE.

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Secure data center infrastructure with asset management

Data center infrastructure management is one way to track security patches and unauthorized hardware access. There are a few features you can use to increase security.

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Microservices offer speed benefits to data centers

Microservices bring perks to data center infrastructures, especially when it comes to long-term maintenance. But admins need to properly evaluate it before implementation.

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    Cisco joins the AI fray with amped-up server

    Cisco's latest UCS servers with Nvidia's GPUs aim to help larger IT shops more quickly run AI and machine learning workloads -- and help Cisco keep pace with Dell and HPE.

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    Dell HCI boxes fortify its multi-cloud strategy

    Dell EMC will use its HCI systems when it bundles software to encourage multi-cloud environments and push adoption of the company's own multi-cloud strategy.

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    IBM Power9 servers take on Intel in the cloud

    IBM looks to grab high-end hardware market share from archrival Intel with the introduction of two Power9 servers that offer greater uptime and reduced maintenance costs.

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