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By: Crystal Bedell | 18 October 2016
Managed cloud-based backup services offer a host of benefits. Most notably, they eliminate the need to determine future storage requirements and procure hardware to meet these needs. But cloud backup is not one-size-fits-all. The speed of data transfer is an important feature to consider when evaluating cloud backup providers.
By: Jeff Lewis | 08 October 2016
As networking technologies continue to advance-providing greater speed, capacity, agility, reliability and affordability-they are enabling distributed enterprises to provide their customers and employees with the always-connected experience they have grown to expect.
By: Gareth Corfield | 07 October 2016
IPExpo Everyone's starting to believe in public cloud but security remains an uphill battle, Unisys' chief trust officer Tom Patterson told The Register this morning.
"There are no four walls any more," he said, sipping a cappuccino in London's ExCel conference centre and referring to the traditional security model where threats were - literally and figuratively - external to one's company.
By: Bill Kleyman | 03 October 2016
Today's data center has evolved into a distributed, highly efficient environment with multiple nodes. At the forefront of this change is virtualization. At this point, almost every environment will have had at least some experience with a virtualization platform. Still, in the recent years, conversations revolving around virtualization have evolved.