Monthly Archives: June 2011

Gartner on Private Clouds

Gartner analysts recently sought to point out paths to IT leaders for transitioning to private cloud computing reports a recent article in CIO. Gartner has found that, simply put, if speedy IT services are important, the business should be shifting … Continue reading

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Powering the Virtual Data Center

Jon Brodkin’s recent article on CIO discusses new research from Duke University and Microsoft tackling the increased powering complications from data center virtualization. A virtualized power shifting (VPS) system budgets power with an application-aware power distribution in mind. VPS dynamically … Continue reading

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Will Dell Buy Brocade?

In a recent Tech Trade post by Eric Savitz he points to three reasons why Dell may be in the market to buy a networking solutions equipment company with Brocade as its main focus. The PC market is arguably headed … Continue reading

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Public Cloud Security Myths

Bernard Golden in a recent article from CIO discusses the second myth regarding cloud computing security: public cloud computing security rests solely with the cloud service provider (CSP). The reality is that security in a public cloud computing world is … Continue reading

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Private Cloud Security Myths

Bernard Golden in a recent article from CIO discusses the first myth regarding cloud computing security: private cloud computing is secure merely by way of the fact that it is deployed within the boundaries of a company’s own data center. … Continue reading

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Evolving Solutions to Deliver Enterprise-Class Networking Solutions

Evolving Solutions today announced that it has been qualified to deliver professional services on Brocade’s IP networking products. This new partnership will allow Evolving Solutions to offer a broader range of IP professional services solutions to help customers realize a … Continue reading

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Cloud Computing Security

Bernard Golden recently published an article on CIO regarding two myths of cloud computing security. Over the next couple of posts we will discuss these myths. Overall, security, is constantly cited as an inherent benefit of private cloud computing and … Continue reading

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WAN Optimization

Wide Area Networking (WAN) optimization is now helping companies move their data centers into cloud computing. A recent article by Tim Green of Network World discusses trends for WAN optimization. WAN optimization continues to meet its main function of making … Continue reading

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Network Solutions – Route Analytics

The rise in data center virtualization and cloud computing has created several management challenges for IT organizations. Jim Metzer from Network World speaks to two challenges and suggests route analytics to help mitigate. So what are two of the new … Continue reading

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Data Center Hardware and Cloud Computing

Data center expert Vanessa Alzarez from CIO asks the question what data center hardware should enterprises keep when making the move to deploy cloud computing models in their data centers. This question is not new to IT management and CIOs. … Continue reading

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