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Disaster recovery applications drive SMB virtualization adoption

Interest in server virtualization among small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) continues to rise.

Cloud, Appliance, or Software? The Best Backup Solution for Your Organisation

Emerging technologies such as cloud computing, analytics, social media, and mobility are transforming businesses, helping companies lower costs, increase production outputs, and improve business processes and operations.

Virtualized infrastructure, ready to run

In today's world, IT decision makers want to reduce virtualization complexity: there are too many management tools and it is complicated to scale or extend to the cloud.

IBM - Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting

The enterprise planning process – planning, budgeting, forecasting and reporting – presents a formidable challenge to most companies, regardless of size or industry.

Public Cloud storage buyer's guide: FAQs

Customer interest in public Cloud storage is increasing, driven by the promise of affordable, elastic storage for archiving, backup/recovery, and disaster purposes.

HP's new virtualization servers provide path to cloud

Hewlett-Packard announced this month that new servers that come pre-configured with Microsoft software to help companies deploy virtualized workloads more quickly.

IBM Multivendor Hardware Support

As the complexity of your infrastructure grows, so does the effort required to cost-effectively manage your environment.

5 Thing You Need to Know About Disaster Recovery Planning

Multi-platform data center are no longer an exception. They have become quite normal. Several years ago, most data centers were pretty homogeneous; all of the data residing there typically came from one vendor.

How to Perform Storage Network Performance Analysis and Fix Problems

With the advent of solid-state drives (SSDs) and their lightning speeds, the topic of storage systems performance is becoming increasingly important.

Top Virtualisation Security Risks and how to Prevent Them

One of the top cloud computing threats involves one of its core enabling technologies: virtualization.

IBM Turns 100

Earlier this year in June IBM celebrated the 100-year anniversary of its founding on June 16, 1911.

HP 3PAR T-Class Storage System: The world’s most powerful virtualized array

HP 3PAR T400 and T800 Storage Systems with Thin Built In are the first storage arrays to incorporate thin capabilities into system hardware.

Five Tips for Effective Backup and Recovery in Virtual Environments

Tip #1:Minimize the amount of data you protect

You can reduce the amount of data you back up while ensuring 100 percent recovery by using technologies that filter out unchanged and deleted data.

Extending IT Virtualisation to Database Infrastructure

The priorities of IT executives rarely change: maintain flexibility to support evolving business requirements while operating within tight budgets.

HP StorageWorks D2D Backup Systems and StoreOnce

Regardless of size and industry, many of today's organisations struggle with exploding volumes of data, and the concurrent need to enlist copious amounts of storage without breaking the bank (or growing the IT staff roster).

IBM’s New Virtual Desktop Offering Available in Australia

IBM announced in April that the local availability of the Virtual Desktop for Smart Business, a new workforce mobility solution offering anytime, anywhere, access to corporate data from mobile devices, such as tablets or laptops on the move.

Why isn't server virtualisation saving us more?

Companies have rapidly adopted server virtualization over the past few years, but there are big differences in their use of the technology.

How to choose a managed datacentre provider

There are certain factors a CIO or IT manager should consider before the ink dries on a contract, because getting it wrong can have a devastating effect on the business, says Clive Longbottom, founder of analyst group Quocirca.

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