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The ABCs of Cisco's ACI

Holistic Infrastructure Management? The Future Is Here.

by Joshua Feinberg | Monday, December 22, 2014

Businesses are always on the lookout for ways to increase efficiency and decrease costs. Anyone who has worked in IT knows that pretty well. Wasn’t it “do more with less” that became the motto during tight times? But, on the bright side, the economic downturn did lead to a revolution in IT energy efficiency. Nowadays a revolution of a different type is taking shape—one of operational efficiency as a way to streamline the bottom line in the data center.

Have you heard of a trend called “software defined networking” (SDN for short)? If not, look into it! It’s sure to be the next big thing and has already gained a lot of momentum in the business world.

Apple iOS 8

iOS 8 Is Open for Business

New Release, New Features, New Paths to Success

by Justin Stronk | 12.19.14

Here’s a riddle. What do the Apple® iPad®, iPod® Touch, and iPhone® have in common with your workplace? The answer? iOS® 8. With a whopping 56% install rate on compatible devices* since it became available approximately 2 months ago (it’s December 13rd 2014 as I write this), it’s pretty safe to assume someone working nearby has a device using iOS 8 at their desk.

Are All Hard Drives Created Equal?

Get the Scoop on Flash vs. Traditional Drives

by Andy Meehan | 12.18.14

We rely on both flash and traditional hard drives to do the same jobs—store data and applications, boot and run your systems—but each type also has its own specific benefits. If you’re looking to upgrade any part of your storage infrastructure, you might be looking into flash drives since that’s the latest technology available. But when should you stick with the traditional, and when should you turn to flash? Read on to discover more about the benefits of each—and what a combination of the two could do for your organization.

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