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  • November 30, 2016 30 Nov'16

    Nutanix adds oodles of customers and red ink

    In its first quarter as a public company, hyper-converged pioneer Nutanix recorded substantial revenue gains while continuing to suffer heavy losses. CEO Dheeraj Pandey said the increase in sales ...

  • November 22, 2016 22 Nov'16

    Cisco patent infringement avoided, new Arista OSes OK to import

    Federal officials have cleared Arista's newer switches for importation to the U.S. after trade officials found older Arista products in violation of three Cisco patents.

  • November 11, 2016 11 Nov'16

    Aviatrix wins Network Innovation Award

    This month's Network Innovation Award winner, Aviatrix, wants to help firms bridge the spaces between their clouds with their enterprise cloud-defined networking technology.

  • October 31, 2016 31 Oct'16

    WD claims strong demand for HDDs, flash with cloud customers

    Western Digital reported revenue of $4.7 billion in the first full quarter after its SanDisk acquisition closed, claiming demand was strong for hard drives and flash-based products with cloud and ...

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    Vology has used a combination of acquisitions and organic growth as it transitions from a product-oriented approach to an IT services provider business model. Continue Reading

  • The fate of the enterprise data center

    The growth of cloud computing has slowed down the growth of the traditional enterprise data center. According to research by Cisco, the industry will experience whopping growth in cloud data center traffic of 5.4 zettabytes between 2013 and 2018. Yet despite how "large and ungainly" it is, CIO expert Harvey Koeppel contends that the enterprise data center will likely stay with us for a few more years. But Koeppel also admits that it's hard to predict the changes that lie ahead for the typical data center, particularly taking into account factors such as digital business and the Internet of Things.

    In this SearchCIO handbook, Koeppel offers CIOs and IT executives five tips on how they can prepare for this enterprise data center of the future. In our second article, CTO Niel Nickolaisen explains why running the data center of the future isn't in his docket -- he's leaving that to the specialists. Finally, technology writer Mary K. Pratt details how, while many organizations today are pursuing cloud-first strategies, plenty of CIOs have compelling reasons for choosing to still keep some services on-premises. Continue Reading

  • Seven cloud security risks that will ruin your day

    Placing data -- and trust -- in public cloud has its risks. While tools and services can boost cloud security, here are seven risks that can ruin a project. Continue Reading

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