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Is it a taxi, is it a fish...no its the SMEcab, designed to help small and medium businesses get a better understanding of how technology can help them to overcome the seemingly impossible
In the latest five minute interview we catch up with Simon Worsford, who heads the channel sales team for Fujitsu in the UK and Ireland
Neil Bramley, Northern Europe business unit director, B2B at Toshiba, believes that channel can make a strong play in the SME market as trusted advisors
The popularity of file sync-and-share products like Dropbox and Google Drive has created opportunities for partners in the cloud-to-cloud backup space, say cloud-to-cloud backup companies.
An Ind.-based nonprofit calls on the channel for help integrating its business system and moving it to cloud. One of the project's main challenges: Make its system accessible to the nonprofit's blind or visually impaired workforce.
The new breed of born-in-the-cloud partners have some overlap with traditional partners but are square pegs in the round holes of traditional channel partner programs.
The Bitcoin market is maturing but security issues, such as private key management, persist. The Bitcoin Foundation gives the good news and bad news regarding Bitcoin security.
News roundup: Rogue cell phone towers are popping up across the United States, heightening enterprise communication and data privacy concerns. Plus: Goodwill breach update; Adobe patches released; and security in 2025.
Home Depot said late Thursday that its recent breach involving 56 million payment cards was the result of custom-built malware, and that the company has since rolled out new POS encryption technology.
The stadium Wi-Fi network that NFL coaches have been complaining about is based on Cisco wireless LAN infrastructure. The new network has been erratic, making coaches' Surface tablets useless at times.
Server virtualization offers network managers many advantages -- but those benefits come with some stiff challenges.
SN blogs: Enterprises are using third-party providers to handle their mobility management needs; why aren't companies protecting mobile data?
A3Cube Fortissimo Foundation software works with its Ronniee NICs to scale storage resources and boost the performance of I/O-intensive applications.
Permabit puts data reduction on its add-on appliance, but which vendors will sign on to sell it?
Learn how different scale-out architectures can be good options for providing high availability and easy growth.
Cloud experts are fighting to protect cloud's good name following the recent iCloud hack, but public opinion is not easily swayed. However, cloud may not be hackers' primary target -- for now.
Despite zooming ahead out of the gate, CloudStack is falling behind OpenStack in the open source competition. With IBM, HP, Red Hat and others behind OpenStack, is CloudStack really competing or simply lingering?
Rackspace rebuffed its suitors and opted to stay independent. What that means for the long-term stability of a company pushing managed cloud remains unclear.
Each virtual machine running on a Windows guest operating system needs its own license. But Automatic Virtual Machine Activation can help activate them.
In data centers, N+1 redundancy is used to express the idea that a system should be designed to withstand the loss of a component.
Docker containers are fast, easy to use and largely free. In terms of performance, they have even been called comparable to KVM. But that doesn't mean Docker containers are right for everyone.
How do VM-specific backup apps fit into a cloud backup/DR environment? Is there anything that VM-specific tools offer that traditional tools don't in this area? Also, what about archiving?
Since legacy backup software products have added VM backup capabilities, why do so many shops stick with a VM-specific solution instead of simply performing all virtual server backups with one tool? Wouldn't that be more efficient?
What are the preeminent VM-specific backup apps out there? And what are the pluses and minuses of using VM-specific backup apps compared with using a legacy software application's VM backup features?