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Partners who offer cloud computing services are taking a number of steps to make sure their offerings protect customer data.
Channel partners report that a small but increasing number of customers are moving some or all of their applications off the cloud.
Channel partners can ride the wave of widespread enterprise file sync-and-share adoption by offering services around compliance, cloud storage migrations and more.
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According to recent research, mobile certificate usage is riddled with security issues. Expert Michael Cobb explains how to best control and secure mobile certificates in the enterprise.
While the consumer world is going Patch Tuesday-less, Microsoft is evolving its Patch Tuesday into Windows Update for Business for enterprise software. Learn what this change means.
SD-WAN has a lot of potential for enterprises, especially as developers cobble together custom services and capabilities.
IDC says the Ethernet switch and router market remains healthy; retailers are ready to spend on IoT.
In this Q&A, one IT pro shares the challenges of supporting wireless infrastructure in student housing, where residents have more devices than ever.
Though software-defined storage products are praised for their cost efficiency and flexibility, many have overlooked the hidden costs for IT.
Object stores offer scalability that traditional storage systems cannot match. The challenge is making them work in a block- and file-based world.
Analytics applications for big data have placed extensive demands on storage systems, which Mike Matchett says often requires new or modified storage structures.
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.
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.
Hyper-convergence has impacted primary storage, but Arun Taneja says hyper-converged vendors are bringing the concept to data protection.
Datto clarifies cloud backup storage strategy with Backupify integration and Microsoft 365 support, Linux Agent, Datto Networking Appliance.
Jordan's Furniture expanded its use of ExaGrid backup and added Veeam Backup & Replication, citing the ExaGrid-Veeam integration as a major benefit.