Infrastructure - Page 294

Data center and networking architecture to keep your data safe and moving

Enterprise, with a Serving of Apple

02 Jan, 2007

Once again, we're seeing a lot of Web chatter regarding Apple and the enterprise. The company is getting a lot of good press over the flexibility of its Xserve platform, which sports up to three SATA ...More >

Virtualization and the Application Environment

29 Dec, 2006

Like "virtually" everything else, virtualization will have an impact on the application server environment. Yes, app servers are so common and have been around for so long that they are practically ...More >

From Windows to Mac -- Is It Time?

21 Dec, 2006

Awhile back, we covered an issue regarding Vista migration, and it's come up again. Computerworld just posted an article outlining why it makes a lot of sense to upgrade to Mac OS in the coming year ...More >

Tech Predictions for the 2007 Data Center

18 Dec, 2006

This is the time of year when tech publications begin publishing their predictions for enterprise technology in the coming year.   First up is a range of opinions gathered by SYS-CON, mostly ...More >

HP Betting All on Blades

14 Dec, 2006

While most of the industry is focused on Hewlett-Packard's rise in the software segment, punctuated this week with the latest collaboration with Microsoft, there were some significant new ...More >

How to Get Virtualization into the Data Center -- For Real

11 Dec, 2006

One of the more amazing aspects of the virtualization market is that everybody is talking about it, but few are actually using it. Recent research indicates that only about 6 percent of data centers ...More >

Disaster Recovery for Small Businesses, Too

07 Dec, 2006

The memories of 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina are still fresh, but it seems that too many enterprises are still not taking the matter of disaster recovery seriously. Fortunately, a number of simple and ...More >

Outdoor Enterprise

05 Dec, 2006

For many out there, the next step in the evolution of the enterprise is SOA and Web 2.0. Other, however, see the rise of enterprise mobility as the next great leap forward. The concept of anywhere, ...More >

Windows Vista and the Power to Choose

04 Dec, 2006

Windows Vista has finally arrived and the universe has not collapsed in upon itself. That, of course, is a good thing.   Still troubling, though, is the collective industry shrug to what, in ...More >

The Rise of Virtual Blades

30 Nov, 2006

Virtual blade servers appear to be the next big thing to hit the enterprise.   Hitachi just rolled out its latest blade with built-in virtualization, embedding the virtualization infrastructure ...More >

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