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Expert Karen Scarfone outlines the benefits of FDE to help businesses decide if the storage encryption technology is right for their organization.
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Extreme Networks is expanding on its software-defined architecture with the addition of new products, partners and enhancements to existing technology.
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With Silverline, F5 has expanded Defense.Net's cloud-based DDoS protection into an ADC-as-a-service platform.
Nimble Storage announced this week that it has added Fibre Channel versions of all if its SAN arrays, which previously were iSCSI-only.
Erasure coding is an effective tool for correcting errors in data systems, but when used with object storage systems, latency issues can arise.
RAID can allow for better storage performance and higher availability, and there are many different RAID types. Read a comparison of RAID levels, as explained by our expert.
As attacks on IT systems with sensitive data continue, cloud security becomes a top concern. And users won't find the best security practices on a clearance rack.
OpenStack leads the pack of open source cloud options and many service providers flocked to support it. What are OpenStack's advantages beyond its open source nature?
Just as Microsoft Azure gains traction against major competitors including Amazon Web Services, users today reported a worldwide outage that brought down businesses for hours.
Proper VM cost assessment is a critical element of meaningful showback and chargeback practices in a virtual data center.
Attaching real costs to computing may reduce VM sprawl and yield cost savings for businesses, but can be unpopular among business units.
The new shared virtual hard disk feature in Hyper-V 2012 R2 allows you to improve availability without expensive shared storage hardware.
Should mobile device data protection be on more organizations' radars?
Is performance a big issue with instant recovery, or recovery-in-place? It seems like running a VM from backup storage would cause performance to drop.
What is recovery-in-place, which some people call instant recovery, and how does it work?