- June 03, 2013
Using cloud apps, not on-site applications, to run data center workloads can reduce the data center footprint, but consider the SaaS pros and cons.
- May 29, 2013
Client device innovation over the past several years has sparked a new wave of server innovation with Dell microservers and HP's Moonshot.
- May 17, 2013
VMware's upcoming public cloud and AMD's 64-bit ARM servers are technologies for the data center that exemplify the changes in the IT industry.
- April 26, 2013
By Beth Pariseau, Senior News Writer SAN FRANCISCO -- The overarching theme here at ChefConf 2013 this week has been a sense of empowerment for IT folk who are used to shoveling coal in the boiler ...
- April 17, 2013
IT shops in conservative enterprises used to directing the IT budget may start to feel the growing power of digital marketing in budgeting decisions.
Sponsored by NetApp - Here’s a simple truth for cloud architects of any background, whether developers, line-of-business managers or traditional IT: Nobody wants to—or even can—use yesterday’s practices to build the applications of tomorrow. See More
Sponsored by DellEMC - Security is the utmost priority for IT decision-makers in state and local government and education. Government agencies, schools and citizens are frequent, highly visible targets for cybercriminals, and their systems contain personal data that is extremely valuable on the Dark Web, such as Social Security numbers. See More
Sponsored by NetApp - In today’s world, being a cloud architect is no longer about where you sit; it’s about what you do. There have been times when the cloud architect personae have seemed at cross-purposes, whether real or perceived. Developers and LOB managers may have looked at IT as an obstacle to speed; IT may have viewed “shadow IT” as a potential threat to many things they hold near and dear, such as control, governance and security. See More
Sponsored by DellEMC - Artificial intelligence has the potential to transform how public sector and educational institutions operate, innovate and serve the needs of their constituents. When used strategically, AI can enable greater efficiencies, eliminate silos, strengthen cybersecurity and help organizations unlock the value of their data. See More
- April 05, 2013
Some analysts estimate that Moore's Law -- the ability of manufacturers to double the number of transistors on a chip every 18 months -- will end in 10 years. At a certain point, the electrons of ...
- April 01, 2013
Interest in cloud continues to gain traction, so how does a small infrastructure services provider compete with the Amazon Web Services of the world?
- March 29, 2013
IT shops that need to analyze huge volumes of data can look to a newly available big data analytics tool that was previously reserved for the intelligence community.
- March 26, 2013
Converged infrastructure offers a way to resist the public cloud and still gain efficiencies and scalability, but few vendors offer the real deal.
- March 12, 2013
There's been a lot of bluster about ARM servers and how they'll upend the traditional x86 market when 64-bit ARM offerings come to market, but the fact remains that software designed on x86 servers ...
- March 06, 2013
Recent natural disasters inspire some IT pros to start working on a new data center recovery plan.
- February 27, 2013
IBM plans to work with Nokia Siemens Networks to make our smartphones more responsive. What does this mean for the data center? Well, we've learned about placing small data center gateways closer ...
- February 25, 2013
Linux jobs are in high demand for another year, and there are just not enough seasoned Linux admins to fill the spots available, according to The Linux Jobs Report from Dice.com and The Linux ...
- February 21, 2013
VCE's new lower-cost Vblocks are a step in the right direction, but the converged infrastructure systems may not make a splash in today's data center.
- February 14, 2013
We often speak cavalierly about building new data centers and all that goes into them. But unless you've actually done it -- and I haven't -- it's easy to take all the effort and talent involved ...