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Stock buybacks and restructuring are on the table.
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PowerShell, security, Microsoft Azure and other tips to streamline your admin efforts.
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The new technology that's sure to revolutionize the industry.
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If you haven't yet looked into the technology, it's time.
The high-performance interfaces are making their way into the virtual world.
Cohesity claims to have a solution with its data platform.
What's old is new again. Marty McFly would get it.
Hardware vendors, seeing the threat of a Dell/EMC partnership, will likely turn to KVM.
VVols, storage, tagging and other nuggets to help smooth your administration rough spots.
Vendors want to sell you the "new." But ripping-and-replacing the "old" can lead to catastrophe.
Buying EMC opens the enterprise door much wider.
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What VMware's future would be in that scenario is cloudy.
This new feature makes outages and data loss much less likely.
It may hold the key to getting a handle on unstructured data.
The best part? They're free to use.
Rethinking metadata has led INFINIDAT to new ways of virtualizing storage.
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