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Startups Zadara Storage and ClearSky Data make consuming cloud storage as simple as consuming cloud-based VMs. Here's a look at the two solutions.
Should you upgrade to what Microsoft has called the last version of Windows?
A familiarity with cloud computing terminology will help you follow the industry's developments. This glossary offers a rundown of more than 40 cloud terms.
The purpose of high availability is to restore normal operations as quickly as possible in case of failure or disaster. Disaster is the serious disruption of services either natura...
Jack Wallen addresses the state of unification in the Linux desktop and how GNOME might well be the major driving force.
Rackspace and Amazon have come under fire for disruptions caused by patching a Xen bug. Learn how CoreOS lets you do server OS patches without downtime.
This glossary will help your IT project teams standardize on frequently used project management terms, from critical path to work breakdown structure to scrum.
A new management model for PowerShell takes advantage of automation to reduce risk and disruption in the data center. John Joyner introduces DSC.
SQL Azure Database is a cloud database service from Microsoft. SQL Azure provides web-facing database functionality as a utility service. Cloud-based database solutions such as SQL...
There are a number of other less expensive CAD applications available other than AutoCAD.