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Technologies like cloud and virtualization mean IT service continuity no longer requires an extra data center or two.
Some colocation providers say the best way to prevent data center downtime is to regularly pull the plug and see what happens. (Hopefully, nothing.)
By moving to the cloud, a business can offload some responsibility for lost or stolen data, but external penetration testing in the data center remains critical.
VMware NSX could be a game changer, but IT pros won't believe it – and won't invest in it -- until they can test it for themselves.
VMware's container strategy includes technologies tied to virtualization, but some, including Project Photon, have yet to see the light of day.
VMware EVO:RACK is still a work in progress that won't emerge for many months, but some details, including a new name, have been released.
IT pros buying into the hybrid cloud model need tools to manage on-site and public-cloud resources. Surprise, surprise -- VMware has just the thing.
Supporting big data and high-performance computing in the cloud introduces a number of challenges. Fortunately, larger VM instances and GPUs offer relief.
In the era of hybrid IT, migrating apps to the public cloud is only the first step of a sound cloud computing strategy.
Now that Windows 10 is out it's time to evaluate how the OS will work for users, including how they can upgrade and what Cortana brings to the table.
Microsoft has made an effort to bolster security in Windows 10 with features such as Device Guard and multifactor authentication.
Windows 10 constantly feeds your information to Microsoft, raising questions about how private your experience really is.