White Papers by Topic: Computer hardware

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Tablet, Laptop, or Desktop - Form (Factor) Follows Function

Desktops, laptops, Ultrabooks, tablets, convertibles, and all-in-ones; suddenly hardware decisions seem a lot more complicated. To take advantage of these benefits, the savviest of IT managers have devised a plan for allocating computing devices.

Paving the Windows XP Migration Path to Success

Support for Windows XP has ended, leaving organizations with three choices: Windows 8, Windows 7 or a combination. With the right planning and processes, it is not too late to pull off a smooth and pain-free transition to a more current OS.

PC Refresh

This survey was conducted in order to determine the typical PC refresh cycle, the barriers to PC refresh, and key benefits of PC refresh. Five years in the IT business can often span a generation or more of advancements in software

San Jose Sharks Score Big With Pure Storage

Find out how the San Jose Sharks minimized latency and data deduplication rates up to 12:1 for VDI deployment.

The Invisible Upgrade: Moving to 1 GBPS

Network equipment manufacturers are dropping 10/100 megabits-per-second gear out of their switch product lines and moving to 10/100/1000Mbps in newer products.

Delivering on the Promise of Predictive Control

The core business value of BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management's (BPPM) predictive analytics is advanced risk mitigation, enabling enterprises to anticipate and remedy issues before they disturb essential processes. Find out more.

Virtually Delivered High Performance 3D Graphics

"A picture is worth a thousand words." That old phrase is as true today as it ever was. Pictures (i.e., those with heavy graphical content) are still too large to easily transfer using the Internet or company wide area networks (WANs).

IT Friction and Your Organization

This report outlines key issues that cause friction between business users and IT.

IBM Smarter Storage, an integral part of IBM Smarter Computing

The traditional approach to storage is no longer sustainable. Simply adding disks to contain huge and rapidly growing volumes of data has consequences that no organization should carry. And soon it will reach a level that no organization can carry

On-premise e-Mail Archiving: Are You Ready for Optimized Exchange Migration?

Despite what you've heard, not everything is moving to the cloud. For example, BY 2014, 72% OF THE EXPECTED 470 MILLION EXCHANGE SERVER MAILBOXES worldwide WILL REMAIN ON-PREMISE. Download this exclusive tech dossier from Iron Mountain to learn why on-premise archiving can be the right choice for your Microsoft Exchange-hosted e-mail environment.

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