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Frost & Sullivan -- Demand More from Data Center Management Services: Find a Provider that Brings Flexibility, Innovation, and Cloud-Like Cost Efficiencies
As businesses increasingly turn to technology to compete in a fast-paced, hypercompetitive global economy, enterprise IT departments are feeling the pressure. New and evolving app...
The cloud is changing the way IT pros think about enterprise security. Here are some tips to overcome some security challenges using tools from AWS.
In the wake of Snowden's surveillance revelations, the US government has to balance security interests with risks to damaging US tech leadership worldwide, concludes the authors of...
ClearSky Data is betting it can change how enterprises consume data storage. CTO Lazarus Vekiarides pulls back the curtain and offers details about this startup, which is currently...
Mobility can help you transform your business into a digital enterprise, says Jim Haviland of Vox Mobile. Just don't wait to act on mobility's possibilities, or there might be disa...
Readers will deem most 2015 data-center predictions unremarkable. Conjecture about raised floors and commissioning certifications might be the possible exception.
Automation may be destroying jobs faster than it's creating new ones, but all hope isn't lost. TechRepublic spoke to MIT economist Erik Brynjolfsson on changing the course of the f...
Liquid-cooled computing equipment may be in your data center's future. Learn what 3M and LiquidCool Solutions are working on to make that happen.
If you're already highly efficient with a laptop and a smartphone, a tablet can feel awkward and redundant. Here's a way to play to its strengths.
While it's suddenly fashionable to bad-mouth long form, TechRepublic and ZDNet are true believers. Here's our approach to the renaissance of in-depth journalism.