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Now might be the time to upgrade to brand new equipment throughout your data center. Modernizing your infrastructure can bring the relief your IT operations need, while enhancing manageability, security, and access, and lowering overall costs.
For anyone who has thought about VDI, this might be the perfect time to take it from idea to implementation. Of course to do it well, you'll need to understand the security implications, mobility requirements, and promise of portability.
There is no one-size-fits-all version of cloud technology. Like many IT professionals, you're probably considering cloud computing in your organization, but you're also worried about keeping your data and assets secure.
Like many organizations, you may be exploring the complex world of server virtualization, and you need solutions to help avoid VM sprawl, simplify data center infrastructure, and streamline how you manage the whole thing.
In this white paper we'll take a close look at how Cisco® Unified Computing System with intelligent Intel® Xeon® processors is revolutionizing the way businesses store and access information.
We recently conducted a survey to learn how organizations are using the cloud, and the results are available on our website. In this white paper, you'll learn what you can do to mitigate concerns and make the most out of the cloud.
Cisco's Bob Fosina and PC Connection's Tony D'Ancona discuss the challenges of desktop virtualization and how Cisco and Intel® are integrating technologies to help organizations overcome those challenges.
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.