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Cisco plans to acquire OpenDNS and use its security-as-a-service products to reduce the number of IoT threats customers face.
Industry analysts discuss steps to protect WLANs against honeypot APs and how Juniper's alliance with Ruckus could shake up the market.
Software-defined storage among innovations that can ease long-term data retention with reliable access to data as hardware changes over time.
Software-defined storage has promise, but hypervisor and SDS vendors are making some of the same mistakes as their storage ancestors.
ITA Group cites primary data reduction capabilities as a key factor in picking Tegile arrays after it outgrew its EMC VNX system.
Many organizations move to the cloud with dollar signs in their eyes. However, cloud cost savings aren't guaranteed for every enterprise app.
The cloud market continues to evolve, with many moves and developments. And as 2015 hits the halfway mark, here are five tips to brace for the future.
As cloud computing evolves, users won't just move their apps to the cloud -- they'll design them to take advantage of cloud's scale and resiliency.
When it comes to guest OS and hardware profiles, determining how many of each and what to name them all depends on your environment.
While administrators should aim to evenly distribute workloads, there's no substitute for automated load balancing features.
Although type-1 hypervisors are the popular choice today, there is still a market for type-2 hypervisors in an IT environment.
Enterprise and midrange vendors who were each first-time winners in last year's Quality Awards for backup and recovery software win again this year.
A single pool of data created by merging backup, DR and archive that can serve multiple data protection needs has spawned ideas on using the data.
Flat backups reduce license fees and improve recovery point objectives and recovery time objectives, making them useful for data protection.