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Getting started on VMware’s Data Center Virtualization Certification Path

Getting started on VMware’s Data Center Virtualization Certification Path
July 15, 2014 No Comments »

Advancing your career in information technology can be achieved using industry recognized certifications. Whether you are a help desk technician looking to take your career to the next level or a student wanting to learn the ins and outs of ... Read More »

7 Truths Your Storage Team Hasn’t Told You

7 Truths Your Storage Team Hasn’t Told You
June 18, 2014 No Comments »

With the data growing at an average rate of 40-60 percent annually, the storage team likely has some new members to help manage this data. They’re there to make sure your company data is safe from breaches, backed up for ... Read More »

Can Vectoring & Bonding solve telco Data Center bottlenecks?

Can Vectoring & Bonding solve telco Data Center bottlenecks?
June 12, 2014 No Comments »

The demand for faster networks has never been greater. More and more operators are wondering how they might accommodate this -even if it’s just in part. As a result, we’re seeing adoption of vectoring and bonding to increase speeds on the ... Read More »

SSD Technology in Your In-house Data Center

SSD Technology in Your In-house Data Center
May 6, 2014 No Comments »

Although the last decade has seen computer power and network speeds increase dramatically, hard-disk-drive (HDD) technology has not kept up with the pace. This situation has contributed to the growing popularity of the significantly faster storage devices known as solid-state ... Read More »

Chat with Cash Coleman talking ClearDB, cloud database and Johnny Cash

Chat with Cash Coleman talking ClearDB, cloud database and Johnny Cash
May 6, 2014 No Comments »

In this episode from the SNIA DSI 2014 event I am joined by Cashton Coleman (@Cash_Coleman). Introducing Cashton (Cash) Coleman and ClearDB Cashton (Cash) is a Software architect, product mason, family bonder, life builder, idea founder along with Founder & ... Read More »

Cloud Storage: What’s all the Fuss about Security

Cloud Storage: What’s all the Fuss about Security
April 29, 2014 No Comments »

As the months pass it seems that Edward Snowden will always feature somehow within the news, either by his own rite or as a passing comment about some scandal or other. Consequently the NSA scandal is often brought back in ... Read More »

Data Storage Innovation Chat with SNIA Wayne Adams and David

Data Storage Innovation Chat with SNIA Wayne Adams and David
April 28, 2014 No Comments »

In this episode, SNIA Chairman Emeritus Wayne Adams and current Chairman David Dale join me in a conversation from the Data Storage Innovation Conference (DSICON) 2014 conference event. SNIA Chairman David Dale opening remarks SNIA DSICON 2014 SNIA DSI Conference ... Read More »

Infographic: U.S. Data Centers

Infographic: U.S. Data Centers
April 21, 2014 No Comments »

In our tech-driven society, data centers are the backbone that keeps everything running. But many people don’t know how they work, how much they cost to maintain, or the essentials needed to keep them running. But thanks to the newest ... Read More »

Data Protection Diaries: March 31 World Backup Day is Restore Data Test Time

Data Protection Diaries: March 31 World Backup Day is Restore Data Test Time
April 1, 2014 No Comments »

This World Backup Day piece is part of my ongoing Data Protection Diaries series of posts (www.dataprotecitondiaries.com) about trends, strategies, tools and best practices spanning applications, archiving, backup/restore, business continuance (BC), business resiliency (BR), cloud, data footprint reduction (DFR), security, ... Read More »

iVMcontrol iPhone VMware management, iTool or iToy?

iVMcontrol iPhone VMware management, iTool or iToy?
March 31, 2014 No Comments »

A few months back I was looking for a simple easy to use yet robust tool for accessing and managing my VMware environment from my iPhone. The reason being is that I don’t always like to carry a laptop or ... Read More »