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  • Computer Weekly – 7 March 2017: Industrial control systems pose big risk to security

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the risks to national infrastructure from vulnerabilities in industrial control systems. DevOps is growing in popularity – we find out about the organisational, process and cultural approaches to make it succeed. And we ask CIOs how they are becoming hybrid IT and digital leaders. Read the issue now.

  • Server Hardware Improvement Strategy Guide

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    Do you upgrade your server or replace it? Answering this question involves making a number of tactical decisions. Use this e-guide as a reference to help make your decision. It will serve as your benchmark to keep you focused on what is really important when it comes to improving your server performance.

  • Three Ways to Improve Data Center Performance Compared

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    Blade server architecture, converged infrastructure, and hyper-converged infrastructure. You have 3 choices when it comes to improving your data center's performance. This e-guide enables you to easily compare and contrast the benefits and trade-offs of each to make the best decision for your organization's needs.

  • How to Evaluate Server OSes

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    This e-guide is designed to set you on the path to making the best decision for you organization. Inside, you will learn what to consider when evaluating a server OS, compare Linux vs Windows, and get an idea of where the rest of the market stands in comparison to these two.

  • Converged vs. Hyper-Converged: What Does Your Data Center Need?

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    The goal of converged architecture is to alleviate pressure on overworked data centers, but it all goes to waste if you don't have the right system in place to compliment your existing IT investments. This e-guide covers the basics you need to know in order to get started with data center convergence.

  • Virtual Server Bottlenecks Among Most Troubling Data Storage Problems

    Sponsored by: Lenovo

    Whether physical servers or VMs, there are any number of places where data can be held up. Download this e-guide to learn how to troubleshoot server bottlenecks created by running multiple VMs, and solve NAS and software-defined storage performance problems.

  • Data Center Strategies to Extend Your Facility's Life Span

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    When your data center runs out of space, power or cooling, you have some difficult decisions to make—all the more challenging if you're transferring computing to the cloud or a hosting site. Download this guide to learn how to establish strong data center strategies for extending your facility's lifespan and optimize uptime.

  • Abandoning the Narrative of Containers vs. Hypervisors and VMs

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    IT pros often pit hypervisors against containers—but is the debate really that simple? In this expert-guide learn about the current state of these technologies, and why the 2 systems are far more productive when synchronized. Read on to see why containers currently out-perform hypervisors, how VMs are quickly closing that gap, and much more.

  • Getting to Know Server Memory Types and Breaking down VM Compatibility in the Evolving IT Space

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    Discover how to protect server memory reliability, boost the performance of memory devices, and prevent VM corruption with the instruction on supporting simultaneous virtual machines in this guide. Read on as our experts demonstrate how to achieve cross-hypervisor compatibility, as well.

  • Your Guide to Building a Secure, Agile, and Scalable Data Center

    Sponsored by: Hewlett-Packard Enterprise

    When designing a data center, you need to be able to address a scalability, security, and density concerns at once. In this expert-guide, read about why having data center shutdown procedures is a good idea, what the best dimensions are for your data center, and when an IaaS model might be a good fit for you.

  • Exchange 2016 Upgrade Outlined and Considerations for Your Recovery Plan

    Sponsored by: Riverbed Technology, Inc.

    This expert guide illustrates five migration issues that IT admins must tackle in order to upgrade to Exchange 2016 without adversely affecting end users. Additionally, read on to formulate a recovery plan for Office 365 outages by asking yourself the seven essential questions outlined here.

  • Utilizing Data-aware Storage in the Age of Convergence

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Access the latest on converged, data-aware storage architectures, which seek to improve performance optimization through smart deduplication and compression schemes, app-aligned caching and tiering, policy-definable QoS, and data protection schemes. Additionally, discover why flash is crucial to convergence.

  • Five Corporate Disaster Recovery Plan Essentials

    Sponsored by: Zerto

    Some shops have yet to establish a corporate DR plan they know they can rely on. This exclusive e-guide brings together a group of trusted data protection experts to share their must-haves in any corporate disaster recovery plan and discover benefits and drawbacks of three data replication technologies.

  • Modern Infrastructure – October 2016

    Sponsored by: SearchDataCenter.com

    This month's Modern Infrastructure e-zine examines how two abstraction technologies are being used together and how some open source innovators are even latching onto this best-of-both-worlds idea in an effort to better merge containers and VMs.

  • Servers and Storage Become Inextricably Linked

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC and Microsoft

    The rise of flash storage and convergence technologies make it tougher to see storage and servers as separate entities in a software-defined world. Rich Castagna, VP of Editorial at TechTarget, shares why he believes servers and storage have become inextricably linked.

  • Two Server Memory Types Shaking Up Performance Expectations

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC and Microsoft

    Memory manufacturers are getting creative for high performance. High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) and Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) module could appear in the next generation of servers. This exclusive e-guide details each new memory type and how they're shaking up performance expectations.

  • Modern Infrastructure E-zine – September 2016

    Sponsored by: SearchITOperations

    The stand-alone server market finds itself overmatched by a variety of converged systems that might just be more equipped to handle today's infrastructure. This Modern Infrastructure e-zine details the impact of converged systems on the server market and explores motivation behind a multicloud strategy, basics of immutable infrastructure, and more.

  • Why Blade Server Usage is Growing in Today's Enterprise Data Centers

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC and Microsoft

    The density and flexibility offered by blade servers make them increasingly popular options for IT pros to implement in enterprise data centers. This e-guide offers insight into this growing data center trend.

  • Ten Server Deployment Checklist Considerations

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC and Microsoft

    From power distribution outlets to available network connectivity, server deployment can be a difficult process. Explore ten considerations that should be factored into every rack-and-stack server deployment checklist.

  • Piecing Together the Right Server Environment

    Sponsored by: Curvature

    From power distribution outlets to available network connectivity, server deployment can be an arduous process. Explore ten considerations that should be factored into every rack-and-stack server deployment checklist and learn the differences between converged infrastructures and disaggregated servers.

  • Hardware and Software Approaches to Improve Virtual Server Reliability

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard - Intel Xeon

    This expert guide discusses effective software tools, such as sever clusters and hypervisors, for mission-critical server reliability. Discover how you can boost the reliability and availability of your virtual servers with the right tools and policies that will address server faults before or as they occur.

  • Managing Data Center Growth

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard - Intel Xeon

    Access this expert e-guide for an in-depth look at each of these strategies and determine which one is best for your business. Download now and learn how ITIL lifecycle management can benefit your consolidation strategy.

  • Server-side Flash Storage Technology Basks in the Spotlight

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC

    Today's server-side storage challenges are pushing legacy architecture to the limit—with new factors, physical densities, and operating environments. Rethink how you deploy storage: discover now the advantages of server-side flash—including its 6 form factors—and accelerate the boot of your VMs using this technology.

  • Modern Infrastructure E-zine – July 2016

    Sponsored by: SearchITOperations

    In this month's featured article of Modern Infrastructure e-zine, experts discuss when cloud costs become costly and what costs you should be aware of when it comes to running your workloads on-premises vs. in the cloud. You'll also learn the benefits of a continuous delivery model, how to support data-driven tools at scale, and more.

  • Flash options in the array vs. server

    Sponsored by: NetApp

    Flash storage comes in many forms, and the landscape is constantly changing, so deciding to upgrade to flash storage isn't enough. In this e-guide, learn about different types of flash implementation and the future of flash storage. Review your options and discover the benefits and drawbacks of putting flash in the server.

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