Summer 2015 Newsletter

Our cover story involves flash-optimized storage from Tegile Systems removes uncertainty from application delivery. We also cover Security flaws in SSL 3.0 encryption protocol, how decoupling the storage application from hardware using software-designed storage creates a fast, flexible platform for managing data growth, the rising cost of data breaches and the power, availability and reliability provided by super-sized computing.

Spring 2015 Newsletter

In our feature story we discover how Sequel’s security assessment services help organizations reduce the risk of a cybersecurity breach and ensure regulatory compliance. We also cover the end of support looming for Windows Server 2003, mobile app security, the importance of having high-quality cabling and the sharp surge in DDoS attacks.

Winter 2015 Newsletter

Our cover story discusses using Unidesk’s VDI layering to remove complexity from desktop virtualization. We also visit the user community’s collaboration to help Microsoft deliver Windows 10, version 3.0 of PCI, DSS, and PA-DSS, steps you can take to help thwart ransomware and Openstack’s promises for speedy cloud deployments.

Fall 2014 Newsletter

This issues features using All-flash storage arrays to help organizations achieve full operational and performance advantages of virtualized environments. Also we cover upgraing your network backbone to 10 Gigabit Ethernet, SMB backup plans, on-premises email for business communication and data center automation and orchestration tools.

Summer 2014 Newsletter

Our cover story discusses AirWatch’s comprehensive approach to BYOD mobile data security. We also cover the many metrics to use when evaluating TCO of unified communications systems, bringing the business focus of de-duplication to primary storage, integrated infrastructure solutions and organizations making key applications mobile-friendly.

Spring 2014 Newsletter

Our feature story visits how Data center workloads get a lift with high-density HP Moonshot platform. We also discuss how the convergence of mobile and cloud could be the catalyst for significant IT innovation and growth, how organizations must begin to prepare for IoT, that lax help desk security puts organizations at risk and that social CRM tools offer a new approach to customer engagement.

Fall 2013 Newsletter

In our cover story we find that cost savings, optimized management and anytime, anywhere access are among the many benefits of desktop virtualization in education. Also we discuss the different advantages of hosted, managed and on-site deployments, how software-defined networking promises to transcend limitations of current network technologies, the Strategies and technologies for allowing user-owned mobile devices into the enterprise IT environment and how having an e-mail retention policy and archival solution helps protect against legal, regulatory and business risks.

Spring 2013 Newsletter

Our feature story shows how Veeam Backup & Replication provides powerful, easy-to-use and affordable data protection for VMware and Hyper-V. We also show that top companies value it innovation, the government cloud migration is slow but steady; we show that IaaS is helping a rapid growth of production systems moving into the cloud and the role of virtualization has in changing the shape of the data center.

Winter 2013 Newsletter

In our cover story Sequel unveils a unique ‘utility’ procurement program that provides onsite IT capacity in a pay-per-use model. We also discuss how virtual desktop infrastructure eases challenges of the BYOD environment, how SMBs are beginning to realize the benefits of document management solutions, that solid-state drives becoming increasingly popular for a wide range of data storage requirements and Systems integrators serve as a trusted guide on the journey to cloud computing.

Fall 2012 Newsletter

Our feature story talks about how HP ProLiant Gen8 Servers feature intelligent technologies that automate many administration tasks and significantly improve system availability. Also as the sun sets on Windows XP, organizations must make strategic decisions about desktop systems, how in-memory analytics puts turbocharged data access and analysis in the hands of business users, security tips for smartphone users for improving safety and how organizations need to ensure they have the right tools and processes to support virtual employees.