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The TechTarget Server Hardware Survey reveals how data center pros buy blade servers, and what they plan to purchase in the next year.
What is the best way to access large multicore servers for benchmarking? How do I know what needs to be benchmarked?
The specs of the 480-V power equipment are all the same as a 400-V step-up transformer. The only difference is voltage. Can we use the 480-V transformer with 400-V servers?
Hyper-V offers many features, but when its run on SCVMM 2012 R2, there is more flexibility with what you can do.
Virtualization documentation can swallow up huge chunks of time if you have to retrace your steps. Recording what you do as you do it could save lots of time down the road.
It's important to not only take the big issues into consideration but also remember about small problems to keep a secure virtualization environment.
Amazon Web Services is the clear cloud market leader, but Microsoft Azure and Google have their advantages. Which cloud provider is right for you?
With high hopes for reducing TCO, many enterprises migrate apps to the cloud. But, depending on the app, those cost reductions aren't always in the cards.
Despite its massive potential, the Internet of Things is ushering in new and unique security challenges. But who's responsible for tackling them?
Desktop patch management is subject to its share of myths. Our expert penetrates the fog around waiting on software patching and Windows XP security.
The Windows Command Prompt has been a stable feature for years, but Windows 10 brings some much-needed tweaks to the command prompt window.
If you open a Windows document in Windows Explorer rather than in the Microsoft Word interface, closing it launches File Explorer. The file hasn't moved.