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( Aug 29, 2014 )
When problems occur with the tool you use to protect your data, it's imperative to track down the logs that can help restore order.
When malware strikes or a patch goes bad, a regular backup cycle probably isn't the remedy you need when you want to minimize the loss of data.
VMware's February announcements focused on the features of the upcoming vSphere 6 release, but some cloud news also caught interest of the VMware faithful.
There are several flaws in IIS that can jeopardize the security of Windows servers. Here are some of the top threats and how to solve them.
With DH2i's release of DxEnterprise, IT pros can manage enterprise deployments of Windows Server containers.
The preview of Windows Server contains new storage replication features, but it's not enabled by default. Here's how to get started.
A cloud services broker role can be filled by a third party, a cloud provider or even in-house IT. So which is the best option for my business?
Open source cloud computing eliminates vendor restrictions and lock-in -- but those perks come at the cost of provider support.
Amazon Web Services is the clear cloud market leader, but Microsoft Azure and Google have their advantages. Which cloud provider is right for you?
Users and management have ideas about what desktops should look and feel like, and VDI might not fit that bill. Add the upfront costs and you've got some serious barriers to VDI adoption.
Cost savings and easier management are billed as top reasons to do VDI, but the technology also has downsides, and its complexity can make it daunting.
Windows Server 2003 support will come to an end in July, 2015. If you moved your pesky XP apps there, you could have a big migration ahead of you.
Virtualization is a great idea, but not for everything in the data center. Even if your goal is 100% virtualization, leave these servers off the list.
The TechTarget Server Hardware Survey reveals how data center pros buy blade servers, and what they plan to purchase in the next year.
What is the best way to access large multicore servers for benchmarking? How do I know what needs to be benchmarked?