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All Signs Point to Virtualization

Virtualization has evolved from a development tool running on the desktop to an essential component of IT infrastructure strategy. Companies use virtualization as a means to increase desktop, server and storage utilization, to consolidate data center operations and utility costs, and to reduce the data center's floor space. ...


Keeping Your Disaster Recovery Plan Well-Oiled

Companies in the SMB (small and medium-sized business) market segment (between 100 and 1,000 employees and less than US$1 billion in annual revenue) often don't have the expertise or financial resources to formulate and then implement formal business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) plans like larger enterprises. ...


Simplifying Data Storage With iSCSI

When compared with fibre channel solutions, iSCSI has a lower acquisition cost, will run on an existing IP network without needing a specialized infrastructure, and doesn't require specialized administrative expertise. Even in large enterprises iSCSI is being seen as away to deliver an efficient storage infrastructure that serves users' needs while maintaining the lowest cost. We expect this trend to continue.Click here to read Jeffrey Hill's most recent benchmark report...


Green IT: Behind the Buzzwords

Conserving energy, reducing floor space and managing utility costs are becoming major priorities for IT organizations. As the number of servers continues to grow and demand for storage capacity increases, companies are faced with the challenge of powering and cooling these systems while controlling their energy consumption and complying with environmental regulations...

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