From email to Dropbox and FTP, the status quo of file transfer in most organizations is UFT-or Unmanaged File Transfer. That's the troubling finding of a 2013 survey conducted by...
To meet the demands of today's business landscape, IT staffs must take steps to secure and integrate their information assets, while satisfying compliance mandates and optimizing...
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Find out how NetApp and VMware enable customers to improve disaster preparedness while saving money. Today, at customer Tucson Electric Power, almost 90% of servers are virtual, 100% of daily backups can be performed within a 24-hour window, disaster preparedness is greatly improved, regulatory requirements are met, and the IT infrastructure is ready for the future. Download this report to learn more.
In this new eBook: Strategies for Cloud Storage, Data Protection and Disaster Recovery, IT author and strategist, Don Jones, examines the new approaches and capabilities offered by cloud storage and cloud-based data protection solutions.
Many IT administrators have already learned the hard way that managing the performance and availability of services built on virtualization technologies can be difficult, if not impossible at times. All too often, early adopters of virtualization have struggled with limited technology features and stability constraints, while learning new ways to effectively manage capacity requirements. Fortunately, some platforms now offer clustering solutions that are mature enough to automate the balancing of workloads across physical resources. When combined with disciplined capacity planning and sound deployment configurations, it is possible to achieve fast, scalable, and highly available IT services using virtualization platforms.
Compare and contrast the features and functionality of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization with other industry virtualization options. See why Red Hat virtualization is a smart choice, for those who want to do more and save more.
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Red Hat tested the performance and scalability of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization on real-world workloads- and got results near or better than bare metal.
The $3 billion Independent Bank of Michigan unleashed a potent combination of server, desktop and application virtualization. The result is a radically streamlined IT infrastructure that is not only less expensive to run, but also is more flexible and agile, allowing the bank to keep up with the ever-shifting dynamics of business today.
The old standards in IT, marked by costly, inflexible infrastructures, just don’t work in today’s hyper-demanding and dynamic business world. It’s time for a 'new normal' marked by lower costs, user self-service, streamlined processes, better security and increased flexibility. Underlying it all is a fresh approach to virtualization.
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