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Learn how organizations make big data decisions, and if their loyalty lies with the same vendor.
There are ways to combine DCIM and ITSM systems in the data center that give even better visibility.
Data center managers take on the burden of protecting the business's data assets. Discover the best strategies to deploy firewalls, encryption and other tactics.
The hybrid cloud approach can help cut costs in numerous ways but there are still businesses that are reluctant to make the jump.
Microsoft updated its Hyper-V Replica feature for Windows Server 2012 R2, but do you know how these changes can affect your RTO and recovery options?
The SMB protocol allows admins to achieve high availability, reduce operational costs and migrate virtual machines faster.
As software development cycles accelerate, IT must more rapidly test cloud-based applications. The right tools and services can help pick up the pace.
The cloud computing market is brimming with opportunity for IT pros -- and especially those with open source and PaaS expertise.
OpenStack and VMware are both viable options for hybrid and private cloud. So which one should your organization choose?
The Windows 10 multiple desktop features gives workers the feel of using multiple monitors on the same screen, which can increase productivity for users that keep many windows open at once.
Microsoft's universal apps can change to fit the device they're run on, but there are some screen resolution problems users may have to contend with.
Microsoft has said that Windows 10 is the last version of Windows, and that's sort of true. Rather than releasing Windows 11 in years to come, the company will deploy perpetual updates to Windows 10.