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In these briefs, Google I/O delivers news about Google's cloud services, including a new database service and general availability of Compute Engine.
Have a well-thought-out plan for IPv6 training before you start, says IPv6 expert Ciprian Popoviciu, and follow these tips after schooling begins.
Mastering the theory behind IPv6 and the act of IPv6 testing are both important, but one is more helpful long term, says cloud expert Chip Popoviciu.
Expert Michael Cobb details how using EMET, a free tool from Microsoft, can harden Windows XP and other legacy applications.
Expert Nick Lewis details how automated exploit kits are evolving and offers mitigations for the latest methods employed by these attack toolkits.
Network consultant Peter Welcher talked to SearchNetworking about the evolution of WLAN test tools as more businesses look to wireless networks.
Expert Patrick Hubbard shares how you can make your life easier by alleviating some annoying network routing issues.
The Wi-Fi Alliance certification program continue to expand as more devices, applications and users rely on Wi-Fi for connectivity.
Learn how to use applications such as Microsoft Exchange or SQL Server with object storage systems on the back end.
Learn the benefits and drawbacks to host-based and array-based replication methods to determine which one better suits your environment.
NetApp Connect, based on technology the storage vendor acquired from ionGrid, brings BYOD security to data stored on NetApp arrays.
Conventional wisdom has Google and AWS locked in the Price War of the Titans with the launch of GCE, but a deeper look reveals a different truth.
After making the case for cloud based on high availability, IT pros are upset by cloud outages. With planning, there are ways to craft a strategy.
Amazon Redshift has intriguing pricing and features, but beware of its differences from a traditional, on-premises data warehouse.
As with many other facets of virtualization, VM resource allocation is becoming automated. Find out what tools you can use for automated provisioning.
Columbia Sportswear parlayed server virtualization into a private cloud. Along the way, it found that its management tools needed serious rethinking.
Dodge dreaded downtime by enabling power management in your oVirt 3.1 environment.
While storage vendors reported slow sales at start of 2013, Symantec and CommVault had success with enterprise backup software.
Backup expert George Crump explains how to use disk to get the most out of your backup tape rotation strategy.
Backup expert George Crump discusses the issues involved in picking a cloud archiving service for your organization.
Apple has come top of the charts with high street shoppers according to the latest Which? survey of who is doing well in the retail market
Plans by the government to spend millions on electronic patient records could spur some infrastructure spending
The future ownership of Dell might be uncertain but in the present the firm continues to struggle as the bleak PC market takes it toll on its numbers