DATA CENTER ARCHIVES - Page 122

Cloud Computing

01 Jan, 2009

Software and data services are now viewed independently of distinct physical IT assets

Clustering

01 Jan, 2009

Combining commodity CPUs into a single "system" to improve scalability, availability

Commodity Servers

01 Jan, 2009

With prices as low as $500, low-end servers are the backbone of many networks

Cooling Systems

01 Jan, 2009

The price of keeping advance hardware cool rivals servers as top data center expense

Data Center Hosting

01 Jan, 2009

Leasing space or bandwidth is a strong option for efficiency, disaster planning

Disaster Recovery

01 Jan, 2009

Protect your precious data and business processes with a comprehensive recovery plan

E-mail Servers

01 Jan, 2009

Exchange and Notes still dominate the market, but hosted services are making headway

Enterprise Servers

01 Jan, 2009

Power systems drive businesses' most mission- and revenue-critical operations

Load Performance and Stress Testing

01 Jan, 2009

Simulating real-world user demands and threats helps avoid costly downtime

Mainframes

01 Jan, 2009

Big Iron keeps hanging on despite new enterprise power-computing alternatives

Racks and Enclosures

01 Jan, 2009

The basics of data center design still pack a serious punch for cooling, disaster planning.

Server Consolidation

01 Jan, 2009

Virtualization, blade servers are among leading tactics to better use your resources

Server Migration

01 Jan, 2009

Moving to a new platform requires careful planning and cross-enterprise communication

Web Hosting

01 Jan, 2009

Cost-effective approach to ensuring uptime and performance for your business' site

Data Center

01 Jan, 2009

Energy consumption, cooling dominates design and maintenance of next-gen server farms

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