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The Planet Deploys Its First PowerEdge R710 Servers

The Planet, the world’s largest privately held dedicated hosting company, recently deployed the first PowerEdge R710 servers, based on Intel’s Xeon 5500 series processors. I was able to join a team of my Dell colleagues who were on hand to observe the company’s IT personnel un-boxing the new … READ MORE

Bruce Eric April 20th, 2009

Live Chat on PowerEdge Systems Management

My colleagues over at the Dell Enterprise Technology Center are hosting a technical chat tomorrow (April 21 at 3pm central time) on some of the new systems management capabilities found in the new eleventh generation of Dell PowerEdge servers. Specifically, the chat will focus on Dell’s Lifecycle Controller, … READ MORE

Bruce Eric April 20th, 2009

Storage Networking World – My Thoughts

After spending last week at SNW to present on 6Gbps SAS and virtualization, I left with a lot on mind. First, it was a great show and SNIA and Computerworld are to thank for that. Their professionalism in running an event are second to none. Everyone has asked … READ MORE

Larry Hart April 17th, 2009

Rage Against the Laptop Machine

Back in February, I wrote a piece about a survey that Dell had commissioned from the Ponemon Institute regarding laptop security. Personally, I find these surveys kind of dry and pretty straight-forward. Of course we had to cover our bases to get scientific survey data, but we wanted … READ MORE

Jeremy B April 17th, 2009

“My software is secure, I use encryption!”

“My software is secure, I use encryption!” How many times have we, software security practitioners, heard this when engaging with software development teams? I certainly have, and this is typically followed by a barrage of questions to the development team that signifies that they are about to enter … READ MORE

Eric Baize April 17th, 2009

Digital Nomads Put Their Companies at Risk With Their Laptops

Industry analyst firm IDC projects that more than 61 million laptops will be purchased by commercial customers this year. The increasing emergence of Digital Nomads goes beyond just consumers and small businesses. Corporations are increasingly deploying laptops and other mobile devices to increase their employee’s productivity, giving them … READ MORE

Bruce Eric April 16th, 2009
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