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For IT professionals, the directives coming from the C-suite are loud and clear: do more and more, but do it with less and less. IT professionals are being asked to support more ap...
Microservers may not make sense in every environment, but they're playing a role in providing space/cost savings and handling customized workloads for certain business needs. Here'...
Cloudera's CEO and Intel's GM of datacenter software explain what Intel's $740m investment in Cloudera means for the future of the big-data analytics platform.
451 Research's TheInfoPro survey reports its enterprise respondents plan to level off their spending on virtualization servers. Find out what this might mean for cloud foundation d...
A new management model for PowerShell takes advantage of automation to reduce risk and disruption in the data center. John Joyner introduces DSC.
IT should look at the online gaming industry with the intent of identifying best practices and big data goals for IT roadmaps.
The F5 application delivery controller as a virtual appliance for Hyper-V is a significant sign of the maturity of Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V. Rick Vanover explains.
Derek Schauland details the steps for using Image Backup for Windows 8 to create an image, create backup media, recover files, and transfer files.
Derek Schauland shares his experience setting up and working with the Drobo B1200i storage appliance for SMBs.
Joyent VP Lisa Petrucci considers the technological advances that will enable significant growth in compute capacity while the data center space required for it shrinks.