Data center transformation projects can easily become overwhelming. A software-defined data center (SDDC) requires automated, repeatable provisioning of many resources including virtual machines, advanced networking and more.
Microsoft unleashed a ton of Windows and Surface news on the world from New York on Wednesday, revealing new Windows features and brand new hardware. Here’s the run-down on the biggest news from the company’s two-hour-long...
Need to make the business case for your next server upgrade? The 5 justifications from IDC highlighted in this Infographic will help you demonstrate how a server upgrade will improve performance, efficiency, and reliability while
The price Google charges for its Pixel XL smartphone is closer to what it costs to make the phone than what both Samsung and Apple charge for the GS7 and iPhone 7, but Google still makes more money. Here's why.
Today's demanding workloads require server power that optimizes workloads and automates management. Starting with almost a 9x workload performance improvement, see 6 quantified benefits of upgrading aging servers to Dell EMC PowerEdge
What's big, red, and supposed to be the next big thing in workplace collaboration? Google's new Jamboard, a massive touch display and accompanying cloud service that's supposed to help business users brainstorm together.
The new APC BE600M1 Back-UPS has 7 total outlets: 5 battery backup outlets plus 2 Surge Protection outlets, more than ever before. BE600M1 Back-UPS is capable of powering your wireless networking equipment for 2 to 6 hours when power...
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Yours.co is offering consumers who post photos and videos to sites such as Facebook, Flickr, Dropbox or Google Drive an automated service that backs them up on archive-grade optical media platters that are rated to last 1,000 years.
A new report shows Target is the top U.S. corporate user of solar power, with 147 million watts installed on 300 stores, meaning it has surpassed Walmart, which is still close behind with 145MW. Apple's coming up fast.