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Server Room - Unified Computing

How to Get Started with Unified Computing

The Advantages of Cisco UCS and Intel Xeon Processors

by Todd Maillet | 07.17.13

Like many organizations, you may be exploring the complex world of server virtualization, and you need solutions to help avoid VM sprawl, simplify data center infrastructure, and streamline how you manage the whole thing. Sounds a bit daunting, perhaps? It doesn’t have to be. Let’s dig into the benefits of Unified Computing—and why it’s a solid choice for server consolidation, virtualization, and centralized data center management.

Tags:Data CenterServer ConsolidationUnified ComputingVirtualizationVM sprawl

Microsoft Server and Cloud Environment

Microsoft Server and Cloud Enrollment Licensing

An Explanation in Plain English

by Lane Shelton | 09.23.13

Microsoft has announced a new licensing program called the Server & Cloud Enrollment (SCE), which will launch in November 2013. As you may expect, there are many things to consider: new options to explore and evaluate, changes to existing programs to think about, and pricing changes to understand. To give you a better picture of the coming changes, we’ve drawn up an SCE white paper, which outlines what to expect with this new enrollment.

Tags:Cloud ServersMicrosoft

Data Center Servers

Overcome Your Cloud Security Woes

Cisco and Intel Are Here to Help

by Justin Zuill | 10.24.13

There is no one-size-fits-all version of cloud technology when it comes to real-world applications. Cloud computing technologies are like raw materials that you can combine in multiple ways to achieve your desired business outcomes. Like many IT professionals, you’re probably considering cloud computing in your organization, but you’re also worried about keeping your data and assets secure.

Tags:Cloud ComputingSecurity

Cloud Computing

Cloud-Optimize IT with Windows Server 2012

Answering Your OS and Licensing Questions

by Lane Shelton | 06.17.13
Windows Server 2012 is specifically designed to help you cloud-optimize your unique computing environment. When Microsoft introduced Windows Server 2012, a whole host of new features and licensing options came along with it. We know it can be difficult to navigate these changes, especially the licensing options, as you make the most out of your data center and embark on virtualization projects. That’s why we’re here to break it down for you.

Tags:MicrosoftServers

Learn How to Take Your Business to the Cloud

How to Take Your Business to the Cloud

The Right Partner Can Smooth Your Way

by Kurt Hildebrand | 09.10.13

More than likely, your organization is thinking about building—or has already started down the road to building—a cloud computing solution. There are a lot of questions and challenges you face as you embark on this new path, and the best thing you can do for your organization is to employ an expert guide to take you on your virtual journey. 

Tags:Cloud ComputingData Center

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