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The Business Software Alliance has discovered that just a slight reduction in the use of pirated software would add billions to the UK economy
The latest Context numbers covering the performance of the PC market show declines right across Europe
The latest phase of the government’s G-Cloud project once again includes a good number of channel stalwarts
OpenFlow scalability questions remain as cloud providers consider the technology for their data centers.
Engineers talk about their early experiences with OpenFlow: Enjoy the energized community, but only adopt if it can improve your data center.
In these briefs, Google I/O delivers news about Google's cloud services, including a new database service and general availability of Compute Engine.
Joe Granneman explains how ISACs enable cybersecurity information sharing and the basic requirements for joining an ISAC.
Expert Michael Cobb details how using EMET, a free tool from Microsoft, can harden Windows XP and other legacy applications.
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In this week's networking roundup, bloggers advise how to use Overlay Transport Virtualization and discuss what's needed for a mature SDDC.
Network consultant Peter Welcher talked to SearchNetworking about the evolution of WLAN test tools as more businesses look to wireless networks.
Learn how the advanced functionality of a storage hypervisor provides a cloud infrastructure with high availability.
Learn the different methods to share PCIe SSD cards among multiple servers to improve performance and still keep costs down.
Learn how to use applications such as Microsoft Exchange or SQL Server with object storage systems on the back end.
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.
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Veeam upgrades its virtual machine backup software, building WAN acceleration and native tape support into Backup & Recovery v7.
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.