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There’s hope for storage shops straining to back up ever-growing data stores, but it might mean using a modern backup alternative instead of a traditional backup app. The usual scenario of weekly fulls/daily incrementals can break down as data... E-Zine | SearchStorage.com
In a virtual server world, the concept of LUN technology and the amount of attention LUNs require from storage administrators will soon be a thing of the past.
The era of... Column | SearchStorage.com
Network administrators who run guest Wi-Fi networks often compromise ease of use for security, frustrating users with an awkward login process. Who hasn't felt like they were asking for the nuclear launch codes when the hotel clerk or café... News | SearchNetworking.com
It’s always difficult to say goodbye, especially when you’ve been doing something you enjoy for many years.
I started writing for SearchVMware.com more than three years ago, in March 2008. Up to that point I had no writing experience, and... News | SearchVMware.com
Wireless technology is becoming a staple in the modern work environment.
Although the day that all offices become reliant on Wi-Fi for their primary connections is some way off, its presence is growing and will often run alongside wired... Feature | ComputerWeekly.com
If you're looking for predictability, repeatability and stable technology, mobile testing is not for you. That's the message of consultant Jonathan Kohl's keynote address, "Tapping into Testing Mobile Applications," which he delivered on Oct. 3... News | SearchSoftwareQuality.com
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"For one brought up in a pub in Suffolk, Mitel CEO Don Smith has come a long way. While he describes himself as a 'reformed engineer' he is also something of an industry veteran," wrote MicroScope in 2008.
Don Smith today
Opinion | MicroscopeUK
Thanks to the Open Virtualization Format, virtual appliances are the new way to deliver software -- say goodbye to boxes and CDs. Slideshow | SearchVMware.com