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Dell finalized its purchase of EMC this week, in a deal that analysts said could pay dividends for enterprise customers – if it succeeds, that is.
General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt is taking on his biggest challenge yet to reinvent the company on the idea that its new platform will unite the Industrial Internet of Things.
IBM Watson continues to push the envelope for what can be done with technology and some fear the cognitive computing system will push IT pros out of a job.
Microsoft Hyper-V is free, but there are also very good reasons to purchase Windows Server with Hyper-V rather than install the standalone hypervisor.
There are distinct advantages and limitations administrators should consider when deciding whether to use the virtual appliance version of vCenter.
Docker's name has become synonymous with containers, but there are other container management tools available.
The EU high court's decision to strike down the Safe Harbor agreement shouldn't hurt large cloud companies or their users, but long-term questions about data privacy remain.
The DevOps model is taking off as cloud adoption grows. But what exactly are the key responsibilities of a DevOps team in the enterprise?
Rackspace's Fanatical Support for Amazon's cloud gives customers AWS managed services for less than the cost of AWS Enterprise Support.
Awk lets you find and process patterns in text. It can get complicated, but the basics are pretty simple and a good place to start learning about Linux commands.
The Internet of Things could make work more efficient for users, but admins must consider how IoT devices will affect the resources desktop users need.
Windows 10 mashes up some of the best features of Windows 7 and 8, and delivers them to users and IT shops in a way that could make it the de facto OS for the enterprise.