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Storage giant EMC made a flurry of announcements this week. Here are its expectations for what businesses will do next in the world of storage.
Tony Patton walks you through the steps of hosting a Ruby on Rails application on Windows Azure. He points out the cloud solution isn't Windows-only.
SolarWinds Virtualization Manager delivers integrated VMware & Microsoft Hyper-V capacity planning, performance monitoring, VM sprawl control, configuration management, & chargebac...
Jesus Vigo takes a look at how to setup and configure Apple hardware running a modern version of OS X and get it communicating with a Windows Active Directory environment.
What exactly is Data Center Infrastructure Management? Is DCIM truly a new idea or just a repackaging of the same old methods?
In this overview, Scott Lowe describes the newest and most interesting features in Windows Server 8.
Microsoft has renamed, rebundled, and repriced its licensing for the System Center 2012 products. John Joyner explains the strategy behind the licensing choices.
Patrick Gray talks about how hosted infrastructure is now within reach of even the smallest companies, and how it will evolve.
Ian Hardenburgh explains why developers of Azure applications can more easily manage their own applications without having to pass it off to system or network administrators.
Deb Shinder discusses the pros and the cons of email management on popular mobile platforms and explains why she might switch to Windows 7 Mango when it comes out.