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Vembu BDR suite – Unlimited features for Limited environment

Vembu a leading BDR solution provider has something new that I think I should share. BDR solutions are important but can also be pretty expensive. Vembu understood this very well and created a free edition of their solution for a limited environment. The free edition has unlimited features for 3 virtual machines. Three virtual machines […]

Veeam Extends No.1 Availability Solutions to Microsoft Azure Stack

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Solution delivers industry leading data protection and Availability solution for Azure hybrid cloud environments Customers can leverage agility and fast-paced innovation of cloud computing within on-premises locations Veeam Software, the Availability for the Always-On Enterprise™ innovator, today announced it’s support for Microsoft Azure Stack.  This extends Veeam’s capabilities to provide data protection and Availability across Microsoft […]

NAKIVO Backup & Replication: Instant Object Recovery for Microsoft Exchange Video

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Instantly recover Microsoft Exchange objects with NAKIVO Backup & Replication. Learn more at https://www.nakivo.com. Instant Object Recovery for Microsoft Exchange in NAKIVO Backup & Replication allows you to instantly browse, search, and recover Microsoft Exchange Objects, like emails, directly from compressed and deduplicated VM backups without recovering your entire VM first. Recovery is done in […]

Dell EMC Unity 4.2 Release

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Dell EMC™ has just released a new Dell EMC Unity All-Flash portfolio: the 350F, 450F, 550F, and 650F. These new all-flash arrays are based on the latest Intel® Broadwell chip. Additionally, they are loaded up with twice the memory and up to 40 percent more processor cores than previous Dell EMC Unity models. What does […]

The only thing converged in “converged infrastructure” is the purchase order

Steve Kaplan
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I was at a CIO roundtable in Portland a couple of weeks ago and during the introductions, one of the CIOs said, “We’ve been using hyperconverged for the past five years on a Vblock.” My tongue still hurts from biting it. Could anything possibly be more unlike software-defined hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) than a Vblock?  As […]

VMware Announces vSAN Customer Adoption in Higher Education

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Need for Modernizing IT Infrastructure Drives Adoption of Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) at Leading Educational Institutions VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) today announced that Oakland University (OU), The University of South Carolina Upstate (USC Upstate) and Ventura County Community College District (VCCCD) have implemented VMware vSAN™, the leading hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) solution with more than 8,000 customers. […]

TUI Cruises Enjoys Failsafe Travel with DataCore Software-Defined Storage

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With growth rates of more than ten percent annually, cruises are the fastest-growing market in the tourism industry. But from an IT perspective, they pose many unique challenges. For example, a high level of availability and security are essential for IT systems at sea. Expensive shipyard time slots are needed for installation and maintenance – […]

SolarWinds Announces General Availability of Web Help Desk v12.5.1

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We are excited to share, that we’ve reached GA for Web Help Desk (WHD) 12.5.1 This service release includes: Improved application support Microsoft® Office 365 Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Microsoft Windows Server® 2016 Improved protocol and port management The Server Options setting provides a user interface to manage the HTTP and HTTPS ports from the […]

Tips for buying hyper-converged systems

FSLogix
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Hyper-converged infrastructure has become a commonly used term. But what is it? And is it necessary for your organisation? Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) is a concept that is already somewhat tarnished.Many storage suppliers are touting systems as being hyper-converged, when they should just be described as converged. Worse still, many suppliers in the storage and server […]

TUI Cruises’ Fleet Stays on Course with DataCore’s Software-Defined Storage

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Enjoys Failsafe Travel with SANsymphony DataCore Software, a leading provider of software-defined storage and hyperconverged infrastructure solutions powered by Adaptive Parallel I/O technology, today announced that its software-defined storage platform, SANsymphony™, has been implemented on the cruise ship fleet of TUI Cruises, a joint venture between German TUI AG and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., the world’s second-largest […]

HPE SimpliVity silences mission-critical critics with new stats

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The term mission critical invokes images of astronauts in orbit, life or death situations, and key decisions. Mission-critical applications are those that are vital to the core of the business. Without these applications, the business could come to a halt and lose substantial value. It is imperative that these workloads are protected and always up […]

Citrix: Secure Mail Certificate based Authentication

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Secure Mail currently supports certificate-based authentication (also referred to as client-based authentication) with on-prem Exchange Server environments. A limitation with Office 365 deployments, however, made this feature unavailable to Office 365 users — until now. Microsoft recently announced certificate-based authentication support for users of Office 365 enterprise, business, education, and government plans. With this support, […]

IT Consultancy Trusts SoftNAS as it Migrates Mission-Critical Data to the Cloud

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Improving Performance and Security for Billions of Files with No Storage Downtime SoftNAS®, Inc., the #1 best-selling software-defined cloud NAS, today announced IT consultancy INTELLISoft N.V. has selected SoftNAS to migrate mission-critical data from its on-premises storage to the cloud. INTELLISoft was searching for a replacement to its physical network attached storage (NAS) to eliminate […]

Remote Site Print Servers: The Last Stand for Onsite Servers? – White Paper

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Practical Considerations on Consolidation of Print Servers into the Data Centre and Alternative Deployment of Effective Local Print Appliances. Over the past decade, the methods we use to deploy IT services into remote sites has dramatically and irrevocably changed. Years ago, every remote site had its very own dedicated ‘server room’ equipped with a dedicated domain controller; a […]

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