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Old ways of securing physical networks are giving way to logical techniques. The change in traffic to an East-West, data-center-centric, software-defined-network model necessitates a new security plan.
Enterprise IT shops have new choices: Converged systems simplify management and scaling, while commercial off-the-shelf servers tailor resources without vendor lock-in.
A survey reveals businesses are jumping off the fence and into big data's yard. But while more are investing, some remain skeptical of the benefits.
Virtualization capabilities can enhance a company’s disaster avoidance and recovery process, but companies must weigh business needs to decide which approach is right.
Today's businesses can shift away from disaster recovery and prevent outages from occurring in the first place with a disaster avoidance plan.
The VHDX file format offers new features and better scalability over its predecessor, but many IT professionals still have questions about the advantages.
Google Autoscaling gives IaaS customers better control and more use cases as the public cloud vendor inches toward product parity with the competition.
Microsoft’s slow response to the recent Azure outage left some users wondering if they should entrust critical business data to the cloud environment.
In this Q&A, Docker CEO Ben Golub discusses integration with AWS and future development of the hugely popular container technology.
Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 is good for mobile users and runs enterprise-grade apps, but its light weight and processor capacity pose some limits.
Tools such as Synaptic Package Manager provide a GUI for installing and maintaining the many Linux programs suitable for enterprise use.
Tools are now available to IT for a remote wipe of user-owned laptops. But set clear BYOD security policies and inform users.