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Handing off most of its software business to private equity firms is one more step toward Dell's mega-purchase of EMC, and it gives users both clarity and concerns.
Leaf-spine architectures are becoming more popular as businesses attempt to ease data center traffic flow, reduce latency and minimize bottlenecks.
Before embarking on new data center projects, such as an upgrade or move to the cloud, clearly define all goals and expectations -- and not just for IT.
The hype surrounding software-defined data centers has reached a fever pitch, elevating businesses' expectations and raising new concerns.
The world of IT can be unforgiving, especially for those just starting out. The keys to finding and maintaining success are humility, patience and an open mind.
As OpenStack gains ground on Microsoft and VMware, many are looking to capitalize on this growth by pursuing either generic or vendor-specific OpenStack certification.
Shuttering Dell Cloud Manager, an early piece of Dell's move to trusted advisor in public cloud, underscores that the multicloud market has been more hype than reality -- at least so far.
Not satisfied with the standard instance types from your public cloud provider? Consider customizing your own to cut down on costs and unneeded resources.
Sharing is great, but can do a number on private cloud storage performance. Consider new SSD and networking options to get the speed you need.
Microsoft's new Ready for Windows website aims to help businesses migrate to the new operating system by listing applications that are compatible with Windows 10.
The PC has long been the top dog in the enterprise, but new, inexpensive devices such as the Raspberry Pi and Google's Chromebook could threaten its title.
With its built-in hyper-threading, overclocking and DDR4 RAM, among other new features, Intel's Skylake processor microarchitecture can improve a company's processing power.