Application Servers and Management Solutions, Cloud Computing and Hosted Services, Computer Hardware Sales, Installation, Maintenance, Computer and IT systems management, Database management, Desktop computers and mobile devices, Server Management, Server Operating Systems: Windows, Linux and Unix, Systems Integration and Management, Virtualization Technology and Services
Computer Networking Certifications, Network Management Services, Open Source Network Tools, SMB Business Networks, Virtualization Networking Services, Network Planning and Design, Network Installation and Administration, Virtual Private Network (VPN), VoIP and unified communications, Wireless Networks, SDN technologies and products
Introductory Security Services, Information Security Training and Certification, Regulatory Compliance, Threat management and prevention, Network security products, technologies, services, Identity management and access controls, Application security and data protection
Data Backup and Data Protection, Data Storage Hardware, Data Storage Management, MSPs/Storage as a Service, Network-Attached Storage (NAS), Regulatory Compliance Services, Remote Storage Management, Storage Area Network (SAN), Storage Virtualization
( Mar 31, 2015 )
( Mar 24, 2015 )
( Mar 24, 2015 )
A warning from analyst house Forrester that one million B2B sales jobs could go as a result of ecommerce has inevitably stirred some debate
With more connected devices than human beings on the planet, data centre provider VIRTUS is warning businesses to prepare for the data avalanche that's to come
With the cloud market continuing to open up the opportunities for the channel are also expanding as more firms look to work with partners
Channel partners can get involved in Cisco Intercloud in a number of ways. Learn how to take advantage of Cisco Intercloud's unique benefits.
In the cloud world, single-digit profit margins don't have to be the new norm, says Jason Bystrak. Here are two ideas for accelerating cloud computing revenue.
Mark Cavaliero of Carolinas IT explains how he built a successful cloud services business by spinning out hosted private cloud services.
Most insider attacks to enterprises are accidental, not intentional. SANS Faculty Senior Fellow Eric Cole, Ph.D., explains why security awareness training isn't enough to stop these threats.
A critical vulnerability in Windows HTTP.sys was detailed as part of Microsoft's April Patch Tuesday, and the flaw is already being actively exploited in the wild.
Opinion: Executive Editor Eric Parizo says Microsoft's security strategy may have once been the benchmark for other vendors to emulate, but in 2015 the software giant's priorities lie elsewhere.
Cisco customers grapple with the network architectural changes required in deploying new products like Application Centric Infrastructure.
SN blogs: This week, an analyst says SDN could help secure the network; private cloud IaaS needs careful planning for success.
Keeping tabs on application performance gets tougher in hybrid cloud situations. APM tools can help.
Riverbed upgrades its SteelFusion remote office consolidation appliance with larger models and data sync software.
EMC President Jeremy Burton discusses the vendor's product strategy, plans for software-defined storage, hyperscale storage and Pivotal software.
DataDirect Networks cobbles a media-specific storage platform from existing arrays aimed at companies that create and distribute digital media.
Not all public cloud providers are created equal. So how can I tell if my provider sets me up for hybrid cloud success?
Microsoft's hybrid focus is boosting Azure adoption within Windows shops. But not all Azure customers are using the cloud platform to its fullest.
HP knows its cloud services won't beat AWS, Google and Azure, but its hardware can play an important role in the cloud.
Virtualization offers many advantages, including workload portability and dynamic resource provisioning, but how do these translate into power savings?
Ravello’s nested virtualization has expanded to VMware environments, allowing customers to use ESXi in AWS and Google Cloud Platform.
Generation 2 VMs offer several advantages, but don't dive into the new format without first considering the important limitations.
Today's crop of endpoint and mobile data protection products blend backup, file sync and security functionality to increase user productivity while protecting against data loss.
Rubrik takes a shot at managing and protecting data locally and in the cloud with integrated appliance and Amazon Web Services replication.
Virtual server backup might not be such a big headache anymore, but it still commands some serious resources.