Object Storage In The Enterprise

How does object storage fit into the enterprise? Object storage is highly scalable architecture where data gets stored by unique IDs and attributes that describe the data. It is commonly used in public clouds and is finding its way into the enterprise, especially to retain unstructured data. While object storage … READ MORE

Mark Prahl November 30th, 2012

Big Data Provides More Than Just Security For Video Surveillance

How can you run your business better if you don’t actually know what’s going on? Traditional video surveillance is primarily a security application and very reactive – when something bad has happened, you spend hours reviewing the footage and then take action. With Big Data technologies, there is an opportunity … READ MORE

Mona Patel November 29th, 2012

Dell and Microsoft continue to work together by introducing a flexible, cost effective, end-to-end desktop and application virtualization solution targeting mid-market

Customers considering implementing desktop virtualization solutions may have a preferred software vendor in mind and, in many cases, value open and flexible solutions that allow the freedom of choice. One of the core differentiators of Dell Cloud Client Computing is the ability to adapt to customers’ preferences. Consistent with this … READ MORE

Nicolas Cuendet November 29th, 2012

Converging Big Data and The Enterprise with EMC Isilon

Experimenting with and gaining insight from Big Data first and foremost requires collecting massive amounts of unstructured, file-based data.  However, without efficient storage, IT will expire these growing mounds of Big Data. Fortunately, Isilon OneFS is an intelligent operating system for scale-out NAS storage, designed to match data sets with … READ MORE

Mona Patel November 16th, 2012

IT Transformation Leads to the Cloud Operations Center

How are you managing your new virtualized IT infrastructure? If you are a data center manager or administrator, the chances are pretty good that your IT organization is running a Network Operations Center (NOC) with a firm hand on the pulse of the networking elements that comprise the lifeline of … READ MORE

Mark Prahl November 16th, 2012

Who's on first?

Years ago, there was a wonderful skit by the comedic geniuses Abbot and Costello, in which they discuss baseball and player’s names.  Who was on first base, What on second base, and I Don’t Know on third.  As you can imagine, confusion ensued when each tried to understand the other. … READ MORE

David Ard November 15th, 2012
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