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Cloud computing is built on the x86 processor, but don't forget RISC processors -- simple yet powerful chips that still drive some of the data center's most important workloads.
There are many advantages to SDDC adoption, but concerns over management tools and evolving IT skill sets have hampered deployment -- at least so far.
Once viewed narrowly as a gaming technology, GPUs have made their way into enterprise data centers, fueling initiatives around machine learning, artificial intelligence and more.
Get reports on the general health status of Hyper-V hosts and VMs running on Hyper-V hosts, as well as information on installed roles and features with PowerShell commands.
Address any outdated data storage techniques by adopting a hyper-converged infrastructure and software-defined networking to modernize your data center.
Be sure to research the risks and rewards of either replacing or upgrading servers and virtualization hosts before deciding which option is the right choice for your environment.
For apps to perform optimally in multicloud, IT teams need to determine which public cloud platform will support them best. Use these three factors to help guide that decision.
Sending a storage disk to a cloud provider seems like an antiquated data-migration method, but it's a common choice. Here's how AWS, Azure and Google manage the process.
The recent AWS-VMware cloud deal has IT pros wondering about price, feature set and much more. Laz Vekiarides, CTO of ClearSky Data and former Dell executive, gives his take.
As with any OS, security in Windows 10 is crucial. IT must emphasize third-party software patching, malware protection and more to create truly resilient Windows 10 devices.
There is so much to keep in mind with Windows 10 security it's easy to overlook the essentials. Get back to basics and remember to keep an eye on updates, encryption and users.
The Windows Store for Business offers IT flexibility with Windows 10 application deployment, licensing and user management.