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July 20th, 2016
The Department of State saved $9 million from just the reduced energy costs when servers were virtualized. With these very real savings virtualization is an obvious move; still, agencies should not rush in and expect immediate returns. The process takes time, effort, and organization-wide support.
June 14th, 2016
With more and more agencies going paperless and moving to virtual storage infrastructures, organizations have to bolster their security strategies and learn how to anticipate future attacks. While this has typically meant fortifying network firewalls and securing the cyber perimeter, San Francisco’s FiberWAN data breach showed us in 2008 that threats are not always originating from external sources.
May 25th, 2016
Virtualization and cloud have both really taken off, with both seeing wide-ranging adoption across enterprises and other organizations, including the public sector. That said, the introduction of the hypervisor into the data center has brought with it considerable change and the need to adapt basic security and operational approaches to this new reality. As you roll out that shiny new SDDC, here are some things to keep in mind.
April 26th, 2016
Video is an important part of any modern learning experience. In 2016, 98% of organizations are predicted to use video as a part of their digital learning strategy. But eLearning companies are not the only ones using video to teach – libraries across the country offer video training classes, hubs for patrons to watch educational videos, access the Internet, and more.
March 21st, 2016
EMC recently announced the release of VxRail, a hyper-converged infrastructure that seamlessly integrates with existing VMware ecosystem management solutions for streamlined deployment and management in VMware environments.
February 5th, 2016
We’ve entered a brave new world of IT in the public sector. Increasingly, improved software is defining business practices, allowing IT teams and users alike to become more agile and accelerate the pace of business, while also fast-tracking enterprise and technological change. This momentum and flexibility is crucial in today’s modern organizations where the seconds and minutes count.
January 5th, 2016
In today’s IT landscape where costs are being slashed and productivity needs to be increased, virtualization tools, particularly thin and zero clients, have been key in cutting costs while optimizing efficiency. Thin client and zero client technology have been around for sometime as part of the desktop virtualization (VDI) landscape.
December 15th, 2015
Starting with Ada Lovelace’s role in the founding of scientific computing, women have been integral to the advancement of technology. In the past two decades, the acknowledgement of women’s roles in the tech industry has increased, as has the drive to get more women into what has traditionally been thought of as a particularly homogeneous industry.
October 28th, 2015
As we wind down cyber security awareness month, we wanted to leave you with some actionable tips for improving the security of increasingly virtualized networks and da