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What You Need to Know About Spectre, Meltdown, and Data Storage

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By now, you’ve probably heard about Spectre and Meltdown, two vulnerabilities that were recently discovered by Jann Horn and a team from Google’s Project Zero. These are not software viruses, but hardware bugs that exploit critical design flaws in Intel, AMD, ARM and POWER chips that will impact every single computer made in the past 20 years, […]

SharePoint Environment Stats and SPDocKit Feature Usage 2017 – the Survey Results

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Each year, we conduct our annual survey to get a better insight into SharePoint environments, explore the infrastructure plans for the upcoming year, and better understand how organizations use SPDocKit. View our infographic and explore results! Besides of building a picture of how people use our tool and how to make it better for them, […]

Choosing the Right Hyper-V Backup Strategy

NAKIVO
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Microsoft’s Hyper-V hypervisor has gained tremendous traction in enterprise datacenters lately, with many organizations now running their business-critical infrastructure on Hyper-V. With that being said, choosing the right Hyper-V backup strategy is key for making sure your Hyper-V data protection operations are effective. Additionally, it is essential to choose the right data protection product to […]

Nutanix on Capitalising on the Next-Generation Cloud

Nutanix
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How To Unlock New Revenue Streams Through Hyperconvergence For success in the channel, flexibility and a willingness to evolve with technological advancements in critical. If we look back just over a year, savvy channel partners were exploiting new paths to revenue by building service practices above the hypervisor. Seizing the opportunity, they set about offering […]

Citrix: Selling to a Security Executive

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There is no doubt that for any customer you speak with today, security is top of mind. I know; I live it every day as the newly named CSIO (lots of fancy letters that stand for Chief Security Information Officer). Citrix made the decision to combine the CIO and CSO roles because, today, security threats demand that […]

Gartner: Office 365 Survey Results are In!

Gartner
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Every 18 months or so we like to survey our Research Circle (a Gartner-managed panel comprising IT or IT-business professionals) about the state of Office 365.  It’s not a broad market survey, but lets us take the pulse of users and ask some open-ended questions about what’s working and what isn’t. For those of us […]

Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 Update 3

ComputerWorld Group
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Just before Christmas (2017) Veeam released Update 3 for Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 in addition to  updates for Veeam Agent for Windows and Veeam Agent for Linux. The links to the KB release notes are at the bottom of the post but below is a quick summary of some of the features announced. Built-In Agent […]

Preparing for the Uncertainty and Risk of Meltdown and Spectre

Turbonomic
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At the moment, nearly every sysadmin and security admin of the world is looking for answers to the real impact of Meltdown/Spectre – and finding even more questions about how their systems will be affected and the potential undetected issues that have already been exploited. One thing is certain: the impact on application performance is […]

Transform End-User Computing with SysTrack and IGEL OS

Lakeside Software
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AI, IoT, big data, and cybersecurity threats are already dominating technology headlines and predictions for 2018. At the enterprise level, addressing these challenges will have implications for end-user computing (EUC) as the landscape of where and how we work continues to evolve. The key will be solutions that can deliver secure, flexible workspaces that provide great […]

Bromium Honored for Excellence in Government Cybersecurity

Bromium
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We have a successful track record protecting federal government customers from known and unknown attacks Leading government security awards program recognizes Bromium’s continued commitment to the public sector Bromium provides defense-grade protection, allowing government employees to work as usual On January 8th, we received exciting news that we won two Government Security News Homeland Security […]

Veeam Achieves Record $827 Million in Total Bookings for 2017, Growing 36 Percent Year-Over-Year; Annual Growth in Deals Over $1 Million up 500 Percent and a Record Q4 2017 of $299 Million (48 Percent YoY Growth) Sets Veeam on Path to be a Billion-Dollar

Veeam
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Reports 62 percent growth in enterprise deals and a massive 500 percent annual growth for deals over $1 million   Installed base grows to 282,000 customers, winning new brands that include The Ameritas Life Insurance Company, BankservAfrica, Follett, LLC, SkullCandy, Bupa Dental and Industrial Scientific More than $100M, or 19 percent, of total bookings revenue […]

Citrix: The Net Neutrality Decision and Implications for Citrix Customers

Citrix Systems
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The Federal Communication Commission’s recent decision to overturn Net Neutrality will significantly impact telecommunications providers and their customers. Citrix products and services can help both function efficiently in a post-Net Neutrality world. On Dec. 14, 2017,  the Federal Communications Commission overturned a 2015 decision to treat broadband internet communications as a Title II communication service with providers […]

Gartner: The future of Server Virtualization

Gartner
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x86-based server virtualisation has changed. It has rapidly evolved and is now a mature market. So, analysis of the market needs to change too. The future can be scary (image source: xkcd.com) In broad terms, virtualisation can be considered a method of abstracting an underlying technology layer. This provides productivity benefits via an agreed interface […]

Cisco: Incident Response: Are you ready?

Cisco
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I am a big proponent of “what if” planning. Are you? I spin through what-if scenarios every day. Sometimes I ponder unlikely events, like: what would I do if I came across a bear while hiking in the forest? Or, a more positive but equally unlikely example: what if I won a million dollars? Either […]

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