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Simplify your server infrastructure with Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) with Intel® Xeon® processors. Get ready to ease provisioning, manage sprawl, and decrease costs.
Want to discover the health of your data center infrastructure in a single question? Call someone in IT and ask, "How old is our server?" Seems simple enough, right? But be ready to be asked which server you're specifically asking about.
Cloud-based backup and DR solutions have compelling advantages, but also significant limitations. Find out whether the cloud can meet your backup and recovery objectives.
The City of Jacksonville put their hunch to work and not only solved a mystery, but found a new and innovative use for a popular UC solution that saved them $30,000.
Read this report from the Compliance, Governance and Oversight Council (CGOC) to learn how to reduce costs and increase performance by disposing digital debris.
Spending the same amount to store all types and pieces of data-or even to keep any data which has no positive value to an organization-is a suboptimal approach from many perspectives. Read more to learn how to store and spend less on data.
Find out why the survivors of Hurricane Sandy and other recent calamities say they wish they'd had cloud-based business VoIP communications, rather than "the vulnerability and limitations of the premises-based communications we had in place."
More than 43% of businesses that close following a natural disaster never reopen, and an additional 29% of businesses close down permanently within two years of the event.
It usually takes a "compelling event" before you consider expanding virtualization within your IT environment. Avoidance of new physical server purchases, an OS migration or a major software license renewal can all be triggers.
A typical virtualization journey consists of three distinct phases that starts with virtualization and ends with the shift to an ITaaS model based on a cloud infrastructure. Many businesses get stuck somewhere along the way.