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Xen 4.2 Brings New Default Tool Stack

After 18 months of development, the latest version of the Xen hypervisor has been released and adds improved documentation and new default tool collection. The performance limits of the software have also been increased across the board...

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Panel: Converged Infrastructure Will Require Compromise

All-in-one IT environments have pros and cons over the best-of-breed approach, so companies must map their own requirements and decide which model makes more sense.

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Consider Tradeoffs if Going Cloud for Archival Data

Scalable and affordable cloud-based storage may be a good option for archival data that's inactive, but companies cannot ignore looking at the cost tradeoffs and implications.

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Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.2 Officially Released

After several test releases, VirtualBox 4.2 was officially released this morning...

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EnterpriseDB - Competing with Giants

EnterpriseDB has been working with the PostgreSQL open source community to make the technology better, faster, more reliable and better able to address customer requirements. Now is the time for the company to take steps to reach out to the suppliers that influence the selection of database product rather than...

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5 Ways To Run Your IT Department Like SEAL Team 6

This past week we’ve heard a lot from “Mark Owen,” the name attached to the author of a new book called No Easy Day about his experiences as a SEAL and specifically about the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound last May. Turns out that Mr. “Owen” offers some good pointers for ordinary businesses that are trying to make a killing of the non-lethal kind. I found No Easy Day an interesting read, along with his interview on 60 Minutes on Sunday (see video below). And I thought it was worth teasing out some of the takeaways that IT managers and staff can learn from the SEALs.

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