IT vendors are offering billions in financial aid to keep enterprise IT sales from being cancelled and partners afloat, but do they benefit customers?
Stories by Andy Patrizio
Major cloud providers are having trouble getting basic components for new data centres so they've put off some construction plans.
Many enterprises don’t think much about where obsolete IT gear winds up, but it’s possible to be green-minded and not bust the budget.
Demand for on-premises data centre equipment is shrinking as organisations move workloads to the cloud. But hyperconverged infrastructure is thriving.
With all of the hype around AI and machine learning come many factual inaccuracies. Let’s separate the truth from the fiction.
Even though it’s only been one refresh cycle, the changes to the latest version of Windows Server are considerable.
In 2020, enterprises will refine the balance between on-premises and cloud resources, adopt AI on servers and try to manage data sprawl effectively.
Cloud migrations should benefit the application, IT, and the business. Here's how to avoid the pitfalls and reap the rewards.
Artificial intelligence requires greater processor density, which increases the demand for cooling and raises power requirements.
Decommissioning a data centre is lot more complicated than shutting down servers and switches. Here’s what you should keep in mind.
Lower prices and latency plus access to cloud providers make colocation facilities an attractive option compared to building on-site data centres.
It looks like Microsoft is looking to give itself the gift of networking in the form of an acquisition — Mellanox. But it may have to get in line.
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