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New Dell Service Aims to Mainstream Desktop Virtualization Projects

The 360 Integrated Design approach focuses on back-end integration changes that are integral to successful virtual desktop infrastructure rollouts.

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Getting Started with SaltStack by Example: Automatically Installing nginx

Systems Administration is changing, with the huge scale of internet company deployments and the popularity of cloud computing. Server deployments are often scaling faster than the systems administration teams supporting them. In order to meet the demand those teams are finding themselves changing the ways they have traditionally managed servers. One of those changes is automation, where once a sysadmin would need to spend time installing packages by hand (via apt or yum) and modifying configuration files. 

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Best Storage Devices: From USB Flash Drives to Multi-Drive RAID Units

Here are my top five storage devices, ranging from something you can pop into your pocket, to a whopping 24TB RAID enclosure.

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Melbourne IT Explains How Hacker Carried out NY Times Cyber Attack

Newspaper's domain name registrar says someone took over a reseller account on Melbourne IT's systems to take down New York Times web site. [Read more]    ...

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Virt-Manager Gains UI Snapshot Support

The popular open-source virt-manager utility for managing virtual machines (commonly Linux KVM instances) now has a user-interface for finally dealing with VM snapshots...

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