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Hybrid clouds let businesses keep some workloads at home and still capitalize on public cloud platforms. Here's how to get the best of both worlds.
SDN is evolving to ease anxieties caused by complicated network provisioning. Enterprises will be able to manage their networks more efficiently.
IT priorities and budgets have shifted toward software, cloud and automation to get the most from data centers in 2014.
Careful selection of hardware and software technologies can improve virtual server reliability and ease the additional risks virtualization adds.
Server power consumption can be readily controlled by hypervisors instead of the operating system once the host server is properly configured.
Constant refinements and upgrades can cause virtualization challenges -- such as VM sprawl -- but management tools can help smooth the process.
In order to keep their systems humming and maintain user QoE, enterprises must tweak their private cloud configurations periodically.
The Platform as a Service market could heat up next year, but what is PaaS, exactly? And will it eventually be subsumed under other cloud categories?
Cloud projects don't always maximize the potential benefits -- even after a launch. These sure-fire ways take advantage of a cloud migration.
These five capabilities of Security Accounts Manager, which is built into Windows, can help IT manage and enforce enterprise password management.
One step forward, two steps back: If you plan to revert Windows 8 to Windows 7, you'll need to consider licensing, software compatibility and more.
Enterprise laptops are easily lost, stolen or compromised, so a mobile security policy should address how they access data and enterprise networks.