What’s Driving Greater Adoption of IT Operations Analytics?

With modern business becoming more complex and facing constant changes, unpredictable events, and dynamic demand by the end users – all happening at unprecedented speed – IT Operations & Management is looking to adopt the right tools to optimize operations to handle the complexity and pace of change.

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The Evolution of Solid State Drives for the Enterprise

Now that you have made the decision to adopt Solid State Drives (SSDs) in your data center, choices abound. As with any evolving data center technology, there are options to suit your unique compute environment — whether your primary concern is cost or performance.

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Rise of Direct Liquid Cooling in Data Centers Likely Inevitable

NEW ORLEANS – It’s been a decade since cooling vendors began predicting that power densities would force servers to be cooled by liquid rather than cool air. Instead, the industry has seen major advances in the efficiency of air cooling, while liquid cooling has been largely confined to specialized computing niches.

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Four Reasons MSPs Should Invest In The Cloud

Directors and chief information officers have at last gotten on board with the cloud, recognizing its ability to simplify internal operations and improve the acquiring, sharing and analysis of data. Here’s what MSPs can bring to the table in this emerging technological area.Via itbestofbreed.com

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SingleHop Opens Chicago Data Center

Hosted private cloud and managed hosting provider SingleHop has launched its largest data center to date in a ten-year $30 million investment with Digital Realty Trust in the Chicago area. The new 13,000 square foot white space has capacity for up to 20,000 servers and is adjacent to expansion space for another 10,000 square feet.

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Half of IT Networks Will Feel the Stranglehold of IoT Devices: IDC Report

Within just three years, IT networks are expected to go from having excess capacity to being overloaded by the stress of Internet of Things (IoT) connected devices. The IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Internet of Things 2015 Predictions released on Wednesday gives the top 10 decision imperatives to be used by businesses IT department to direct future planning.

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Operating an EMC Hybrid Cloud

I was reading David Goulden’s interview with CIO Magazine  and he said something that struck me as exceptionally pertinent to my customers.  David said, “You can’t draw a clean boundary around enterprise computing anymore. Businesses need the platform to encompass all those external resources, and they often need the old world of enterprise applications and databases to work together with the new world of mobile, social media and big data. Hybrid cloud makes that happen seamlessly and securely.”

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Cloud Computing, SDDC and the hybridity concept explained

In some of the recent projects Imanaged Ifind my selfexplaining tocustomers the basics of SDDC,cloud computing approaches and especially the difference approaches of Private, Public and hybrid cloud. Public, Private, Hybrid, it all seems like seems like empty words when you are trying to attach in the real world.

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