The CRN Test Center reviews a variety of SSDs, including drives from Intel, Kingston Technology, Micron and Samsung.
The changing dynamics in today’s workplace are creating tremendous opportunities for AV Integrators.
The communication needs of people and businesses have evolved over time. The underlying technology that is used to fulfill the needs of enterprises has also changed significantly from plain old telephone (POTS) copper lines to ISDN circuits to DSL Lines and T1s.
Today’s IT conversations cannot happen without some discussion about “the cloud”. Generally, this means the different public/consumer technology solutions that are very easy to get into and not necessarily so easy to get out of. The solutions are flexible, work across devices and appear to be very inexpensive since the costs are largely measured “per month”.
Blog Author – Quentin Esterhuizen
Flash or Solid State Drives are becoming more and more popular within the data center. With all the more attention it gets, many people still don’t really understand that there are a wide variety of types of flash drives out there. It’s really important to appreciate the differences in technology because they have drastically different characteristics.
May’s notable executive moves included departures sparked by management shakeups at SAP and Kaspersky Lab, as well as a new role for Cisco’s long-time channel chief.
I have been writing for Green Data Center News for 5 years. I know this thanks to the magic of LinkedIn and a snarky friend who couldn’t find this blog if it was taped to the front of their windshields. It’s been five years of slow progress on the green front. There have been no miracle technology breakthroughs, a lot of inertia to big change and a good share of posturing.
Dell Services is all about providing customers with everything they need to Transform, Connect, Inform and Protect their enterprise. In my last post, I discussed how we help our customers Transform their technology environments to achieve their business goals. Here, I’ll explain what we mean by helping customers Connect and why connection – anytime, anywhere – is crucial to our customers’ business’s success.
What will the data center look like in 2025? Enterprise data centers will be much smaller, power densities will be much higher, and the majority of IT workloads will have moved to cloud computing platforms. That’s the consensus from data center professionals surveyed by Emerson Network Power for its Data Center 2025 Project, who were tasked to imagine what facilities will look like 11 years from now.
The world is going to build more data centers. Moore’s Law and other clichés imply we’re going to get faster, cheaper and better. And I’m haunted by the season ender of “Person of Interest” and all those fears about the singularity.
Rob High, IBM Fellow and the CTO of Watson Group, is pushing the powers of its Watson technology, a technology that requires plenty of servers. The key to Watson is natural language, with the technology created by linguists to understand how human beings communicate.