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Claranet has found that many customers were hoping that their MSP partner would help them with innovation but have been left disappointed
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Australian BI specialist Yellowfin is opening a UK office and setting out ambitious growth targets as it looks to expand its operations
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If traditional distributors are to gain traction in the cloud-based IT economy, they will have to overcome competition from unexpected corners.
To keep pace with their customers' increasingly complicated, hybridized environments, service providers employ a range of new and developing tools.
Expert George V. Hulme presents six real-world use cases for the deployment of WIPS to beef up wireless network security in the enterprise.
The serious HTTPS FREAK exploit was thought to only affect Android, iOS, and MacOS, but Microsoft has confirmed that it also affects all supported versions of Windows.
While regulatory compliance is valuable and necessary for enterprise, cyberthreat experts say that a compliance-centric security strategy may leave organizations with few resources to ward off emerging cyberthreats.
An expert discussed some of the particular challenges associated with the international procurement of MPLS VPN services.
Aruba is pushing Wi-Fi indoor positioning to new levels with a platform geared towards venues that connect with visitors via their smartphones.
SN blogs: Analysts this week discussed why big data analytics needs to be reassessed and why Lenovo's response to Superfish spawned consumer distaste -- and distrust.
Confusion reigns in the storage world, as new data storage technology tries to find its place in the data center.
SUSE sets its sights on open source storage, making SUSE Enterprise Storage with Ceph generally available, with an enhanced version to follow in the summer.
Use this guide to determine if a SAN is right for your environment, or if you should go with DAS or NAS.
A cloud services broker role can be filled by a third party, a cloud provider or even in-house IT. So which is the best option for my business?
Open source cloud computing eliminates vendor restrictions and lock-in -- but those perks come at the cost of provider support.
Amazon Web Services is the clear cloud market leader, but Microsoft Azure and Google have their advantages. Which cloud provider is right for you?
Hyper-V offers many features, but when its run on SCVMM 2012 R2, there is more flexibility with what you can do.
Virtualization documentation can swallow up huge chunks of time if you have to retrace your steps. Recording what you do as you do it could save lots of time down the road.
It's important to not only take the big issues into consideration but also remember about small problems to keep a secure virtualization environment.
AMAG Pharmaceuticals moved its entire IT infrastructure to the cloud, but that didn't change its need for rock solid data protection.
Can backup and archive data be mined for business analysis?
ExaGrid CEO says the vendor's revenue grew in double digits last year and he expects to become a public company within a few years.