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Deciding when and how to take advantage of cloud services requires careful planning and analysis of your business needs and infrastructure. These tips can help.
According to a recently released study by Datalink and IDG, business is playing a bigger role than ever in IT spending. Here's what that means for the enterprise.
As you take stock of the past year and look at the challenges that lie ahead, consider adding some of these goals to your IT-improvement list.
More and more enterprises are putting cloud technologies to work--but they're still missing out on key opportunities. Here are some ideas to consider for the year to come.
Medical institutions, stock exchanges and other organizations with critical time constraints are well practiced at deploying instant recovery strategies with minimal data loss. T...
What criteria should companies use when deciding how to connect to the cloud? For most private applications driven by things like business continuity/disaster recovery [BCDR], big ...
IT sees more than its fair share of Murphy's Law scenarios. Here are 10 you'll probably recognize, plus some ideas for heading them off.
Founded in departement of Tarn in 1986, Caplaser is a regional IT solutions integrator. Their challenge is Equipping Caplaser with an optimized infrastructure to enable it to devel...
The right storage solution is critical for business, but the price tag can put many options out of reach. Luckily, there's a host of powerful, scalable open source candidates to choose from.
The recent outages of the New York Stock Exchange, United Airlines, and WSJ.com are unfortunate reminders for IT to think about how to prepare for and lead through a major "glitch."