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The rash of ever-changing DCIM vendors, the IT/facilities rift and other roadblocks make implementing DCIM a challenge. These tips get DCIM working in a real data center.
Who needs security more than the government? Military man and network security pro, Brad Casey, talks certs and why sometimes, you just need to flip a switch.
You can't measure airflow from raised floor tiles in the same way as any other air duct. Optimize data center airflow with the right tools.
A hyperconverged infrastructure has some obvious advantages for virtual data centers, but it may not be a fit for every business.
NSX networking virtualization was one of the most talked about subjects in 2014, along with software-defined data centers and hyper-converged infrastructures. Here are the top virtualization tips of 2014.
What’s in store for server virtualization next year? This month, we’re asking our Advisory Board members for their 2015 predictions.
It's nearly impossible to avoid downtime with any IT service, and cloud storage is no exception. But what should you consider for cloud storage availability?
VMware added a number of new features to its public cloud and rebranded it as vCloud Air in 2014, but the focus will still remain on hybrid in 2015.
From price wars and announcements to outages, there was a lot of cloud news to digest in 2014. Test your memory with our cloud quiz.
Our latest article on using the Windows registry to improve Windows 8 performance looks at disk access and shutting down Windows Store apps
Synchronous Group Policy processing can slow Windows 8.1 startup for devices on the network, so enable caching in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2.
Admins considering open source alternatives to Microsoft desktops should know what an alternative OS, office suite or graphics editor can do.