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CIO 100 Recap – Everything You Need To Know

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Back in the office, the refreshing ocean breeze off the coast of California still filtering in, I want to share a few key learnings I took away from the CIO 100 Symposium last week. If you were fortunate enough to attend the event, this will serve as a great reminder to the speakers, sessions, and […]

Simplifying IT infrastructure decisions

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What’s driving your server purchase? Nearly half of new server purchases are refreshing or replacing older servers, the other half are powering a new project or adding capacity. No matter which category you fall into, your choices on how to architect a solution are significantly more robust than they were just five years ago. According […]

Introducing SCOS 7.1 and Dell Storage Manager 2016 R2

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Earlier this summer, Dell released Storage Center OS (SCOS) 7.0 and Dell Storage Manager (DSM) 2016 R1, which included major features such as VMware Virtual Volumes, improved data reduction, PS Series bidirectional replication to SC Series (cross-platform replication)and volume Quality of Service (QoS). David Glynn wrote about those features in his blog post, which describes […]

Propel software-defined network innovation with Open Networking

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Over the past few years, there has been much discussion about disaggregating networks in order to give organizations more choice in building the foundations needed for future-ready infrastructures. Traditional networks are struggling to support increases in traffic, devices and security risks. Upgrading networks to meet these challenges is difficult because traditional networks operate as technology […]

A future-ready network is essential for IoT

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Over the past few years, IT professionals have been asked to meet the challenges posed by a number of groundbreaking technological trends, including big data, virtualization, and BYOD. Lurking around the corner for most organizations are the demands of the Internet of Things (IoT). Actually, the IoT is already a part of the technology stew […]

Moving From Traditional Outsourcing to Cloud-Based Hosting Models

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As a service provider, we are witnessing an unprecedented demand to migrate our enterprise clients to cloud-based hosting models. A cloud-based IT environment can be an opportunity to drive growth, innovation, and financial transformation — especially within healthcare, commercial, and banking and financial services. It enables organizations to be more connected with their business objectives […]

Why Now Is the Time to Begin Your Windows 10 Deployment

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The rollout of a new Windows operating system is a complex undertaking. Large business or small, there’s much to consider: balancing the benefits of the new operating system’s features and functionality against the risks of potential business disruption, employee resistance to change, and cost.  When considering such a move, the two critical questions that must […]

Windows 10: If Ever There Was a Future-Ready OS, This Is It

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In 2014, when Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced the company’s “Mobile First, Cloud First” strategy, he had future-ready enterprises in mind. He was also thinking about Windows 10, which was then in its late development stages and launched last July. Now, a year and about 350 million worldwide downloads later, it’s clear that if ever […]

Three Reasons to Transition to Windows 10 for Business Now

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For every company, making the commitment to transition to a new operating system can be intimidating, especially for IT teams with limited staff and resources. But the time eventually arrives when the benefits of transitioning can no longer be ignored. On this one-year anniversary of the release of Windows 10, some companies may still be […]

Finally, a viable antivirus solution for thin clients

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One the many advantages of migrating from traditional desktop computers – where data, applications and OS reside on the endpoint – to a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and thin client devices is an increased level of security. With no data or applications residing on the endpoint and a clean session on every reboot, thin clients […]

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