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The Time Is Now to Upgrade Your Windows 2003 Servers to 2012

Three Reasons Why It’s Past Time You Made the Switch

by Lane Shelton | 12.01.15

Aside from the fact that your 2003 versions of Windows Server are probably running on outdated equipment and not performing up to today’s standards, there are three things that can put your operations in jeopardy if you don’t upgrade soon.

Tags:MicrosoftSecuritySoftwareWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2012

Get a Smart Start to Your Hyper-Convergence Journey

Begin with a Network Assessment

by Kurt Hildebrand | 11.04.15

IT professionals know from experience that the growing complexity of enterprise technology makes data center management more important than ever, yet increasingly difficult.

Tags:Data CenterHyper-converged infrastructureNetworkSoftwareWindows Server

Software-Defined Networking: Adoption Update

How Does SDN Tie In with Hyper-Convergence?

by Kurt Hildebrand | 09.25.15

As you might imagine, software-defined networking (SDN) eliminates a lot of the routine maintenance and support that ties up IT resources. This gives an enterprise the opportunity to better think strategically, become more flexible and agile, and better leverage cloud applications and a converged infrastructure. Where are we with adoption? And what role is SDN playing in the hyper-converged trend? What do IT leaders need to know about this?

Tags:CloudNetworkingSoftwareSoftware-defined networking

VMware Mirage

Mirage as a Solution

A More Efficient, Convenient, Secure Way to Compute

by Tony Dancona | 09.18.15

When does VMware Mirage really make sense? For users who travel frequently—say you’re on a plane, in a car, or just on the move—you may not always have network connectivity, but you still need that full operating system on your device. This is where Mirage comes into play. It works on dynamic layering from the data center delivered to the device.

Tags:Anti-virusData CenterDeviceITLaptopsLicensingMigrationNetworkPC ConnectionSoftwareStorageTechnologyVMware MirageWorkspace Suite

Windows 10, the last version of Microsoft Windows, will pack new productivity features and security updates to accommodate enterprise users. From a specific business edition to Universal Windows Apps, there are a few key differences that set it apart from its predecessors for enterprise deployments. Read on to discover how…

Tags:DeviceEmailEnterpriseHelloMicrosoftSoftwareTechnologyWindows 10

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