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Microsoft: Our Datacenter Offerings are Software-Defined, Too

VMware isn't the only company on the "software-defined datacenter" train. With Windows Server 2012 and its virtual-machine manager technology, Microsoft is onboard, as well.

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Global Microserver Consumption Set to Soar: Intel

Initial adoption of microservers has been very industry specific, but Intel is expecting uptake from more enterprise customers within the next five years.

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Don't Forget the People in e-Health: NSW Health CIO

NSW Health's CIO is pushing for a change in how IT is used in healthcare systems, after having personally felt the consequences of a system that forgets clinicians and patients.

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Big Data Bites Back: How to Handle Those Unwieldy Digits

Data is easy. It comes in tables that store facts and figures about particular items – for example, people. The columns define the data to be stored about each item (such as FirstName, LastName) and there is one row for each person. Most...

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Windows 8: Why IT Admins Don't Know Best

Memo to IT depts: get out of users' way or expect to be out of a job in the long run.

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IT Security Pros Must Increase Risk Appetite

The tech team will need to overcome their risk-averse mindsets and work closely with other departments such as legal and human resource in order to implement mobile device management smoothly and support business needs.

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