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Backup and Disaster Recovery With ioSafe Server 5

It has limitations, but what it does, it does very well.

Hyperlocality and 5G: Filling the Need for Speed

Building the next generation of mobile networks.

Analyzing SUSE Enterprise Storage 5.0

Building on the Ceph open source foundation.

Edge Computing and Big Brother

They're watching you.

Life on the Edge

Edge computing is becoming a buzzword in IT, with good reason.

BackupAssist Launches CryptoSafeGuard Ransomware Protection

It's trying to find its way in a crowded market.

VMware Chooses AWS over Azure

VMware, the leading virtualization company in the world, went all-in on Amazon Web Services.

Red Hat Upgrades Ansible

The open source automation platform introduces the "Ansible Engine."

Artificial Intelligence-as-a-Service and the Bad Guys

The future of bulk data computational analysis tools and the eternal struggle of good vs. evil.

Microsoft's About Face

In 2017, Microsoft has moved to embrace new approaches to computing.

ARMing for the Future

Finding a datacenter role for the humble processor.

5 Reasons To Attend The NetApp Insight Conference

The storage vendor is once again in the spotlight.

Supercomputers-as-a-Service

Cray and Markley Group team up to extend the vision of cloud computing.

5 Questions I'd Like to See Answered at Ignite 2017

Microsoft's big show should provide clarity on these issues.

Should You Build Your Own Cloud?

Private and hybrid clouds are becoming the new normal.

The EUC Failure

Unnecessarily complicated login processes demonstrate how far there still is to go.

What VMworld 2017 Says About VMware's Future

The company's successfully pivoted; but its new direction must be navigated skillfully, and potholes are everywhere.

Decoupling Databases and Containers From Infrastructure

Examining DxEnterprise's 'Smart Availability' Technology.

A 'Self-Driving Private Cloud'

ZeroStack makes a bold claim.

Deciphering VMware's AppDefense

Some answers, but many questions remain.