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No mechanical refrigeration or dehumidification. No war between IT and facilities. Hear how Facebook's choices yield a PUE consistently below 1.10.
Find judging criteria and category descriptions here for the 2014 Modern Infrastructure Impact Awards.
Did you miss what happened at Dell, IBM and other major tech vendors so far in 2014? Here are the top five data center news stories to keep you in the loop.
The proliferation of virtualization has radically changed the face of disaster recovery and introduced new trends to protect data.
QEMU has been an integral part of KVM virtualization for years, but its influence is slowly dwindling.
Both VMware NSX and Hyper-V network virtualization offer compelling features, but this breakdown should help you figure out the best fit for you.
Database technology is soaring into its next evolution and heading to the cloud. What impact, if any, will it have on big data and Hadoop?
Cloud monitoring can collect a range of performance data, but a crucial piece of the puzzle, networking, often falls short. A third-party network monitoring tool is essential to keep your cloud running up to par.
Windows Azure carries a reputation of being difficult to manage, but with Microsoft and third parties stepping up with several management tools, it can be difficult to sort through your options.
Microsoft has made many changes in its suite, and some desktop admins have made surprising choices after comparing Office 365 vs. Office 2013.
Microsoft has acknowledged that users aren't just tied to desktop OSes, shifting its focus to Office 365 and DaaS rather than its Windows strategy.
If IT administrators need information on document and application usage, they can use Office Telemetry, an Office 2013 feature that gathers such data.