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The Future of Enterprise Storage

Surprise—It’s Flash

by Kurt Hildebrand | 12.01.16

While it remains true that many organizations rely on traditional disk arrays, high-capacity storage is moving away from the spinning disk to flash—and not as gradually as you might think either. One of the primary barriers to entry with flash was its price, but the cost of flash technology has come down quite a bit—and there’s still room for it to get cheaper. So why wait? Invest now!

Tags:Enterprise StorageFlashSoftwareTraditional Disk Arrays

The Age of Remote Server Managing

Times Have Changed—Has Your Data Center Changed with Them?

by Jake Bernier | 11.28.16

Once upon a time, but not that long ago, data center servers were much like their own self-contained cities. Getting them to talk to one another on a reliable, sure-fire basis was akin to wizardry. And making sure they ran trouble free 24 x 7 was a constant battle. It was an age where IT professionals dreaded the sound of their pager signaling an issue—usually at two in the morning. It was an age of solder and steel, of magic blue screens, and of issues of draconic proportions that needed to be overcome. It was an age of constant vigilance.

Tags:Data CenterHPEHPE Insight ControlHPE OneViewiLOITNetworkingRemoteServersSoftwareStorageVirtualization

Click to Run

Upgrades Are In—Don’t Be Caught Out

by Patrick Renzi | 11.17.16

When you manage IT for a large organization, control is everything. Whether it’s control of data access, device privilege, or the applications running, control isn't something quickly divested, at least not easily. Volume Licensing has been the preferred deployment and procurement method by so many enterprises due to the control it offers to those who manage these enterprises. Enter the new kid on the block: Click to Run.

Tags:Click-2-RunDeploymentEnd of LifeITMicrosoftNetworkOffice 365SoftwareVolume LicenseWave 15Windows 10Windows Server 2016

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Your New IT Hard Target: Printer Security

Hackers Can Target More than Your PCs

by Jane Garrity | 11.11.16

Printers being hacked is nothing new. It’s even hit the headlines a few times with one being used to store pirated files, then another being programmed to display a paperclip on every page it printed. It seemed harmless at first. But then Columbia University discovered you could actually cause a printer’s fuser to continually heat up, potentially burning up more than your maintenance budget.

Tags:HPHP Access ControlJetAdvantageNetworkPrinterSecuritySecurity SolutionsSoftwareVideo

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Printers as a Security Threat

You’ll Never Look at the Paper Tray the Same Way

by Jane Garrity | 11.07.16

In today’s digital age, everybody knows just how important security is. We look at PCs and smartphones—and the valuable data they hold—and immediately understand how rich a target those devices are to cyber criminals. We know the threat is real. But with so much focus on the data center, on storage, on mobile devices…are organizations today overlooking a key weakness?

Tags:cybercriminalsData CenterDigitalHardwareHPPodcastPrinterSecuritySoftwareSureStart BIOS

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