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IT pros want to advance their careers. See which IT skills will enhance your worth in 2015, and the training and certifications that will propel you forward.
Follow these guidelines to expand data center capacity without the terror of wasted space or, even worse, tight capacity after move-in.
The mainframe is IT's original cloud, and there are still ways to float cloud operations onto big iron today. But is it pragmatic?
Migrating your existing VMs to the latest version of Hyper-V will allow you to take advantage of new features and capabilities.
What are the hardware and software requirements for server clustering with vSphere 5.5?
What hypervisor and host system are required for VMDK files larger than 2 TB? Are there any potential problems to consider?
When it comes to cloud licensing, the devil's in the details -- from support to the fine print. Do you know what to look for to avoid getting burned?
While Docker has been the container king in cloud, a new challenger has emerged. Expert David Linthicum analyzes the competition.
With a number of available programming languages, it's hard for enterprises to find the best option. Is Go the right language for my cloud project?
The best way to run Windows on Mac OS devices depends on whether you need performance, open source support or centralized management.
Whether you need to remotely reformat a hard drive for security or prepare new network-attached machines, a few utilities can make the job easier.
Microsoft celebrates 30 years of the Windows operating system when it ships Windows 10 this fall. Here's a look at Windows history -- bumps and all.