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Brocade pens deal with BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions to expand lease operations across Europe
Aruba announces a cost optimisation plan despite having narrowed its losses in the fourth quarter
Transcript of Pat Gelsinger's keynote at VMworld 2014 (abridged)
In this news roundup, a Citrix study finds almost 90% of service providers predict DaaS growth in the next year; Hostway debuts Cloud Connex, a hosted cloud reseller and partner platform; and Tech Data features Unitrends DRaaS in the Solution Store.
For MSPs and VARs, Office 365 presents a gateway to the cloud. Partners have found ways to make Microsoft Office 365 a highly profitable part of their business by bundling the product with additional value and leveraging a weakness in the platform.
Opportunities abound for cloud platforms like Microsoft Azure, and solution providers see business growth as they monetize Azure and deliver added value.
Secure software development expert Gary McGraw says what's great about the IEEE's new design center is that it tackles the thorniest problem.
Video: Keith Barker of CBT Nuggets shows how to use the BeEF Project, a free penetration testing framework, to train employees on Internet browser security.
In an advisory Friday, the U.S. government estimated that the Backoff point-of-sale malware campaign has struck over 1,000 businesses to date.
SN blogs: This week, analysts say that application ease of use is the most important; FIDO is working on new authentication standards.
WAN aggregation allows continuous, high-performance networking, and software-defined networking delivers greater security, visibility and control. In this tip, expert John Burke evaluates both technologies to help you better optimize your network.
The Georgia World Congress Center has upgraded to 802.11ac Meru wireless technology to support thousands of attendees, exhibitors and mobile devices.
Cloning and snapshotting can both be good approaches to disaster recovery. Learn what environments are best suited to each.
The vendor comes out of stealth with Discovery hybrid storage arrays that offer real-time data governance and data protection capabilities.
Boston Celtics VP and CTO Jay Wessland says the team is considering a shift from scale-up storage to address the explosion of digital video.
Cloud costs can quickly skyrocket if the budget isn't kept in check. Cloud cost analysis tools, such as CloudCheckr and Cloudability, however, can help avoid that monthly sticker shock.
VMware's vRealize Suite enables companies to manage workloads from multiple public cloud providers, but concerns about deployment complexity have experts questioning its success.
Is it true that if you don't use it, you lose it? When it comes to the cloud, enterprises are buying excess capacity at lower prices. David Linthicum discusses whether the extra cloud capacity is being maximized.
Users left wanting to know more about vSphere 6.0 after day one of VMworld. Their wishes were granted on day two when VMware introduced new features in its latest suite of virtualization products.
The Best of VMworld 2014 Awards recognize the best products on display at VMworld.
VMworld 2014 started off with EVO:RAIL, the company's hyper-converged infrastructure. The release caused constant chatter on social media.
Independent backup expert Brien Posey outlines the reasons why mobile data protection and security are increasingly important and whether organizations are on top of the issue today.
In the final part of our three-part series on modernizing backup and DR, Jason Buffington explores how cloud and virtualization advancements are changing disaster recovery.
Part two of our three-part series on modernizing backup and disaster recovery takes a look at endpoint data protection issues and what's available today to address them.