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The Unified Data Center: What's in It for You?

Unlock Significant Cost Savings and Agility During Your Next Upgrade

by Kurt Hildebrand | 07.16.15

Imagine for a moment that your first car was the only one you were ever allowed to buy. For most of us that was a rusty bucket of bolts that met our basic needs: getting us to point B with a minimal number of breakdowns. But if you kept it indefinitely, and you wanted to keep up with the speed of traffic, you would need to upgrade it one piece at a time—swapping out each antiquated part for a new one along the way. You would start to get stuck with parts that weren’t made specifically for your model and eventually have to figure out how to graft on a whole new system that hadn’t even been imagined when your car was built.

Tags:CiscoData CenterUnified Computing

Windows Server Migration

A Windows Server Migration Is a Big Job

There’s No Need to Go It Alone

by Dave Olivier | 06.22.15

You’ve all heard Microsoft will cease support for all versions of Windows Server 2003 on July 14, and after that there will no longer be any software updates issued. The potential costs of maintaining outdated servers and protecting them against cyber attacks can have crippling impacts on IT budgets. But as the costs of operating Windows Server 2003 increases, organizations can instead migrate to Windows Server 2012 to reduce costs and increase productivity by taking advantage of advancements in virtualization, management, storage, and networking. 

Tags:MicrosoftWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2012

Windows Server 2012 and Cisco UCS Can Upgrade Enterprise Performance

There Are More Benefits to Migration than You Might Think

by Justin Zuill | 06.17.15

Many enterprises migrating from Windows Server 2003 to Server 2012 may be doing so only because Microsoft will cease support for its old server OS on July 14, 2015. For those reluctant enterprises, here’s some great news: A strong majority of businesses that have migrated to Server 2012 report numerous performance benefits. Read on to find out the three top benefits to migrating.

Tags:CiscoMicrosoftSecurityUCSWindows Server 2003

Computer Servers

A Secure New Server Platform

4 Steps to Help You Get Started

by Dave Olivier | 06.10.15

If you’re among the fewer and fewer organizations still running Windows Server 2003, you certainly must know that there’s a platform migration in your immediate future. No point in putting it off any longer, it has to be done—and soon!

Tags:IntelPC ConnectionWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2012 R2

Remove the Guesswork

With Dell’s Performance Analysis Collection Kit

by Tammy Dozois | 06.01.15

Is everything running smoothly in your IT environment? Get the knowledge you need to make the right decisions for your data center with Dell’s Performance Analysis Kit (DPACK). DPACK provides systems administrators with valuable performance and capacity level information to give your full confidence in your environment. Tired of always making assumptions about your systems? Read on to discover more.

 

Tags:CapacityData CenterDellPerformanceServers

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