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Shifting from Oracle to Apache Cassandra, iovation gains a service-oriented architecture, reduced transaction times, and new product features, and grows traffic volumes.
eResearch SA forms one part of the federally funded National eResearch Collaboration Tools And Resources (NeCTAR) project. eResearch SA wanted to further eResearch methodologies in...
John Joyner explains how to use the Windows Server 2012 built-in backup application to restore a system image.
Read one user's difficulties with Google's cloud storage/file synchronization service and how these problems were addressed.
Scott Lowe takes a look at the architecture of an online backup service. How do they offer storage at such competitive prices? Here are some of the building blocks.
If you let your technology fall behind, you might have a tough time catching up. Jack Wallen explains why outdated IT can hurt your business.
Derek Schauland takes Microsoft's new Storage Spaces technology for a spin in the lab to see what it's all about. It is part of the Windows Server 8 preview.
John Joyner demonstrates how the built-in backup utility in Windows Server 2008 can be used for multiple scheduled daily backups and for off-site archiving in case of disaster.
The authors present ACES, an automated server provisioning system that aims to meet workload demand while minimizing energy consumption in data centers. To perform energy-aware ser...
LogMeIn Ignition provides an outstanding Apple iPad interface for connecting to Windows clients, Windows servers and Macs running LogMein.