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Open source player Red Hat has delivered a solid set of Q3 numbers and revealed its CFO is opting to retire
Security player Accumuli continues to expand its portfolio of products and skills with the acquisition of RandomStorm
The Panorama special accused Apple of not doing enough to look after workers in the supply chain. Sean McGrath argues that the investigation was flawed
CompTIA's annual cloud computing survey reveals the cloud is the top catalyst for business transformation among solution providers.
Helping customers decide how, when and if to move workloads to the cloud is a critical value-add for partners, says David Stewart, solutions architect at 2nd Watch.
So far, Helion has been generally well-received by HP partners and customers alike. According to partners, the platform reduces the risks for solution providers looking to make the move to cloud.
Check Point has uncovered a widespread home router security vulnerability, dubbed Misfortune Cookie, that could allow attackers to gain control over millions of devices.
The investigative U.S. government agency said it found overlap between the malware and infrastructure used in the Sony Pictures hack and other North Korean operations.
News roundup: As it copes with a devastating, unprecedented cyberattack, Sony Pictures' future as a company could be on the line. Plus: "Operation Cleaver"; labeling HTTP websites "insecure"; and a surge in phishing with malicious links.
SN blogs: Big data software companies require a lot of hand-holding before projects can become lucrative; what is Cisco doing with storage?
451 Research Chief Analyst Eric Hanselman discusses the trends he sees for data center operations in the next 12 months.
Outgoing TechTarget News Director Shamus McGillicuddy reflects on his time covering the networking industry.
Brien Posey explains the benefits of the Resilient File System and examines the reasons why it has remained relatively unused.
Keep Cisco off the list of possible EMC suitors -- Cisco is too promiscuous a storage player to tie itself exclusively to one partner.
EMC Syncplicity adds Panorama for end users looking to manage online storage on mobile devices from multiple repositories.
VMware added a number of new features to its public cloud and rebranded it as vCloud Air in 2014, but the focus will still remain on hybrid in 2015.
From price wars and announcements to outages, there was a lot of cloud news to digest in 2014. Test your memory with our cloud quiz.
As cloud evolves, new applications such as big data analytics and HPC enter the fray. What do these new apps mean for cloud's future and performance?
A hyperconverged infrastructure has some obvious advantages for virtual data centers, but it may not be a fit for every business.
NSX networking virtualization was one of the most talked about subjects in 2014, along with software-defined data centers and hyper-converged infrastructures. Here are the top virtualization tips of 2014.
What’s in store for server virtualization next year? This month, we’re asking our Advisory Board members for their 2015 predictions.
Backup 2014 included breakups as Symantec divorced itself, acquisition as EMC picked up cloud-to-cloud backup and additions as Hitachi Data Systems got into disk backup.
If you are running a small business that relies heavily on Google Apps, can you be sure your data is safe? Is there anything available to protect data created in the cloud?
The lines between backup, DR, archive, file sync and primary storage blurred in 2014 to streamline processes, reduce redundant copies and help with protecting and restoring data.