A managed hyperconvergence service can provide data centre operators with cost benefits, reduced staff workloads, and cloud-related scalability.
Stories by John Edwards
As big, complicated enterprises seek more efficient ways to monitor and troubleshoot their networks, a growing number are looking to streaming network telemetry
As micro-segmentation technology evolves, enterprises are taking different paths toward reaching the same goal: unyielding security.
Microsegmentation promises to thwart network attackers by curbing their movements and limiting access to enterprise resources. Architecture types include host-agent segmentation, hypervisor segmentation and network segmentation.
Networking is a crucial component in the container ecosystem, providing connectivity between containers running on the same host as well as on different hosts.
Organisations are turning to hybrid cloud technology for greater agility, security, compliance and other benefits.
Today, as organizations continue to shovel an ever-growing number of services toward cloud providers, on-premises servers seem to be on the verge of becoming an endangered species.
Leading-edge technologies, including intent-based storage management, promise to change the way IT organisations store, manage and use data.
Predictive analytics can reveal lurking network problems before they impact reliability or performance. Once considered a futuristic technology, predictive analytics is poised to become a mainstream network diagnostic and management tool.
5G wireless network technology is set to boost the bandwidth, capacity and reliability of cellular broadband. Are you ready to leave your 4G world behind?
Enterprises planning to adopt hyper-converged infrastructure can select from two main approaches: hardware or software.
September 2008 will certainly go down as one of the blackest months in Wall Street history. Venerable financial institutions such as Lehman Brothers, Merrill Lynch, and AIG abruptly vanished or were radically overhauled. Investors lost loads of money -- in some cases, fortunes -- and ordinary taxpayers are now finding themselves funding an industry bailout that could cost a staggering US$700 billion, perhaps even more.
Businesses are now in a much better position to tackle social, economic and business challenges