There’s a new Windows codename on the roadmap: “Redstone.” Brad Sams at Neowin unearthed the existence of the Redstone codename on April 7, calling it the “next Windows update coming … Continue reading
Introduction: As data volumes grow, companies spend more and more on the data warehouse environment. The problem arises when capacity in the environment is consumed too quickly, which ultimately forces … Continue reading
The concept of a “Cloud First” strategy began in the U.S. federal government and has since spread into the commercial sector. Is it a viable option for your organization? Here … Continue reading
Cloud computing providers protect the security and stability of their cloud infrastructures by limiting application management in public cloud services.
Public cloud computing providers offer subscribers as much flexibility as they can, but their first commitment is always to the security and stability of the cloud infrastructure. This means limiting … Continue reading
Desktop as a Service is an up-and-coming trend in IT, but cloud-hosted desktops present some obstacles
As virtual desktop infrastructure(VDI) has become more and more popular, it was just a matter of time before providers started offering hosted desktops based on a VDI model. The idea … Continue reading
IT administrators may think that Web-based applications free them of management responsibilities, but that’s not the case.
Web apps: Promises and problems The promise of Web applications is great. Along with shifting processing loads from local resources to Web servers, there are no fat apps to maintain … Continue reading
DaaS can help reduce the cost of user desktops and simplify ongoing maintenance, but before taking the plunge, companies should look at their desktop refresh schedule, available bandwidth and employee … Continue reading