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Security gamification puts formal verification back in play.
In this Q&A, one IT pro shares the challenges of supporting wireless infrastructure in student housing, where residents have more devices than ever.
Research firm IDC expects the latest Wi-Fi update 802.11ac to account for the majority of access point shipments and revenue in 2016.
Enterprise networking pros tend to favor uptime over innovation. Many see bare-metal switches with third-party network operating systems as risky. Can they be swayed?
Seagate's new 8 TB HDD launch includes enterprise HDDs with conventional technology and Ethernet-connected HDDs with SMR.
With the future of EMC federation in the air, the storage giant launches bundle for end user computing and updates its hybrid cloud package.
Software-defined storage vendors are lining up to offer SDS options, but varied descriptions of the technology can result in confusion.
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VMware's container strategy includes technologies tied to virtualization, but some, including Project Photon, have yet to see the light of day.
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Soon after adding VMware VADP support, Catalogic Software's ECX copy data management software will support IBM FlashSystem and Storwize arrays.