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One offers more control, while the other offers more flexible space. If you're considering a colocation facility, how do you decide between wholesale and retail?
IBM tries the gumbo approach to creating a hybrid cloud: Some Power Systems with a dash of software reorg and a pinch of revamped software licensing.
Wind power will be the latest fuel for the AWS cloud, but smaller data centers may find challenges in using renewable energy.
A new generation of flash storage at more affordable prices is improving performance. Here are five quick tips to help you understand how to get the most for your money.
Businesses used to rely on partnerships between companies to get the different top products but now hyper-converged vendors have expanded to offer more products of their own.
Removing every potential failure point is usually prohibitively expensive. Instead, start by mapping potential failures and assessing business needs.
Containers are gaining steam in the cloud market with Docker leading the pack. To steer your application to containers, follow these five steps.
EMC just laid down some serious cash to acquire a cloud software company that has some technology overlap with VMware but also fills an important gap.
Many businesses expect cloud to be cheaper, but cost-efficiency is no guarantee. To reap cloud's financial rewards, devise a cost optimization plan.
The BYOD movement marked a major transition in the enterprise. Instead of managing a fixed number of in-office desktops, IT now has to control an unending stream of endpoints while delivering the performance its mobile workforce demands.
Windows 10 is coming, but there are still tons of questions. Get the answers you want to know about new features, security, applications and more.
With Windows Apportals, IT administrators can build custom environments -- which include specific applications and data -- for groups of users, which lets users skip the Start menu and get right to the tools they need.