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A Closer Look at 802.11ac

Are You Ready to Upgrade Your Wireless Network?

by Bill Virtue | 03.13.15

I had a conversation about networking performance with a customer recently, and I think many of the issues we talked about are relevant for a lot of organizations out there today. It’s no secret that IT departments are tasked with supporting a workforce that increasingly relies on mobile devices. And that mobility trend places a tremendous amount of pressure on the wireless network, as my customer was well aware. His wireless network, composed of Dell SonicWALL and SonicPoint wireless access points (APs) using 802.11n, was being pushed to the limit. Was 802.11ac the answer to his woes? 

Tags:BYODCloudDellDell SonicWALLMobilityNetworkingWi-Fi

Microsoft Windows Server 2012

Unlock The Virtues of Virtualization

by Camden Haley | 02.06.15

Migrating from Microsoft Windows Server 2003 to Microsoft Windows Server 2012 is your chance to take your relationship with virtualization to the next level. It’s also an opportunity to upgrade to high-performance, power-efficient servers that provide a fast ROI.

Windows Server 2003 has been a reliable workhorse for over a decade—a bastion of corporate computing available in multiple editions targeted toward particular sizes and types of business. But on July 14, Microsoft will stop releasing critical patches for it.

Tags:CloudHyper-virtualizedITMicrosoftNetworkingServer ConsolidationServersVirtualizationWindows ServerWindows Server 2003 EOS

Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2012 Migration

Out with the Old: Support Ending for Microsoft Server 2003

Ensure a Smooth Migration to Windows Server 2012

by Bill Virtue | 02.04.15

Tens of thousands of enterprises around the world rely on Microsoft Server 2003 to power their businesses. However, on July 14, 2015, Microsoft officially will end support for Server 2003: no more patches, no more fixes, no more technical help. Got a problem after that date? You’re on your own.

Tags:Active DirectoryApplicationsAssessmentComplianceDellEnd Of SupportITMicrosoftMicrosoft Ended SupportMigrationNetworkingSecuritySQL ServerSwitchingWeb Server WindowsWindows ServerWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2003 EOSWindows Server 2003 Vulnerability AssessmentWindows Server 2012Windows Server 2012 DatacenterWindows Server 2012 StandardWindows Server Enterprise

Microsoft Azure

Developing Just Got a Whole Lot Easier

by Patrick Renzi | 11.13.14

Want an open and flexible Cloud platform that helps you move faster, do more, and save money?  Sound too good to be true? Let me introduce you to Microsoft Azure. It’s a growing collection of integrated services—compute, storage, data, networking, and app—that lets you develop enterprise-ready APIs fast using a wide range of operating systems, frameworks, and languages to ensure great performance for your customers. Intrigued? Read on…

Tags:AzureCloud ComputingCloud StorageDataMicrosoftMicrosoft AzureNetworkingStorage

Few things are more important to your company than the protection and proper management of data. Just as you wouldn’t hand over the keys to your home to a total stranger, you shouldn’t entrust your company’s information systems to a third party without thoroughly vetting them. Here are some of the important qualities to look for.

Tags:ComplianceDataNetworkingSecurity