Thoughts on the Tech Bubble (or Lack Thereof) Is Network Security Attainable? Supercomputers Hint at Slowing Moore’s Law Does Anyone Really Want Innovation?

Thoughts on the Tech Bubble (or Lack ...

Talk of a bubble in the technology sector has been ongoing for some time. Are these sentiments just unfounded fears based on memories of the ...

Is Network Security Attainable?

In the wake of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) breach, which exposed sensitive records of more than 20 million government employees and contractors ...

Supercomputers Hint at Slowing Moore’s Law

The performance of the world’s fastest supercomputer (according to the Top500 list) has plateaued in recent years, raising the question of what’s causing the deceleration ...

Does Anyone Really Want Innovation?

Innovation: governments, companies and individuals may talk a good game, but when it really happens, the complainers line up around the block. Consider Uber, for ...

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Survey: Price of Cloud Backup Not Deciding Factor for MSPs

July 29th, 2015

One would think that the price of a cloud-based service would be the deciding factor when managed-service providers (MSPs) choose technologies to power their backup services. After all, price seems to be the primary means by which cloud storage providers—a critical component in any modern backup service—differentiate themselves. Besides, the lower the cost of the solution’s components, the more margins the MSP can enjoy, and the lower they can price their own backup as a servi[...]

Thoughts on the Tech Bubble (or Lack Thereof)

July 28th, 2015

Talk of a bubble in the technology sector has been ongoing for some time. Are these sentiments just unfounded fears based on memories of the dot-com crash, or do they hold some truth? The answer is multifaceted and unclear with regard to details, but a few things are certain. The Nasdaq Is Not That High The Nasdaq stock index reached a peak of about 5,050 in early 2000 before plunging to about 1,200 during the so-called dot-com[...]

Four Things to Consider When Making Your Enterprise Network Mobile Ready

July 27th, 2015

Mobile-device adoption for day-to-day business activities has been on the rise thanks to BYOD, smartphone proliferation and high-speed wireless networks. According to ABI Research, the number of active wireless connected devices is expected to grow from 13 billion in 2013 to 40.9 billion in 2020. That’s massive! Today, users are no longer tied to their desktops or laptops thanks to mobile technology. They can reply to important business emails, access their CRM systems, collaborate with peers a[...]

Is Network Security Attainable?

July 23rd, 2015

In the wake of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) breach, which exposed sensitive records of more than 20 million government employees and contractors (past, present and prospective), the matter of security has grown even more urgent. But the OPM attack was simply the latest and greatest in a string of high-profile incidents targeting big-name retailers, government agencies and even, ironically, security companies. Even cheaters recently discovered the dangers of two-timing on the Internet,[...]

What the New California Title 24 Requirements Mean for Your Data Center

July 22nd, 2015

The latest 2013 revision of the California Energy Code (Title 24 of the CA Code of Regulations, Part 6) contains implications for the way we cool data centers, server rooms, MDFs, IDFs, and just about every other computer room in California. These new regulations have produced a significant amount of speculation, confusion and misinformation in the marketplace as they apply to data center cooling. As a result, some California companies with dedicated IT space have[...]


Avoiding the Pitfalls of Construction Contracts

July 20th, 2015

Now that you have at least a skeleton data center design in mind and you’ve chosen a general contractor to handle the project, you must address the legal side: the contract. The construction contract is ideally intended to protect both sides of the arrangement from the vagaries of the other a..more...

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Opswat: Businesses Must Prepare For New EU Data Protection Regulations

July 30th, 2015

OPSWAT, provider of solutions to secure and manage IT infrastructure, today announced that with the upcoming revised EU data protection regulations, EU businesses need to step up their data security..more...

Solarflare Expands Worldwide Engineering Capabilities With New San Diego, CA R&D Facility

July 28th, 2015

Solarflare, the leader in application-intelligent 10/40 Gigabit Ethernet (10/40GbE) software and hardware technology, announced that it has opened and staffed a new R&D facility in San Diego, California, complementing existing..more...

CyrusOne Expands Global Data Center Interconnect Network Footprint with BTI Systems

July 27th, 2015

BTI Systems, a market-leading provider of cloud and metro networking software and systems to content and service providers around the world, today announced that global colocation solutions provider CyrusOne (NASDAQ:..more...

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