Latest Technology News from the TechTarget NetworkFriday, April 30, 2010
- Cloud licensing explained
Find out the rules and guidelines to follow when considering cloud licensing, including the importance of accurate management tools for your cloud environments.
- FAQ: What impact do mobile computing devices have on IT compliance?
- Logical and physical security integrated by U.K. startup
Overtis Group Ltd has announced a product that combines logical and physical security, which it says could prove useful as a forensics tool.
- Cloud computing services primer
As the cloud computing services market evolves, cloud service providers of all types are on a steep learning curve to change the IT services delivery model for enterprise customers. Find out who's playing in this market, what infrastructure is being deployed and the types of services being developed.
- Unified communications security: Keeping your customers' networks safe
Unified communications security incidents may not seem as common as other types of security breaches, but UC can make your customers' networks extremely vulnerable. Find out how you can address UC security on your customers' behalf in this TechWatch.
- Single sign-on technology for healthcare helps medics roam securely
Imprivata Inc. has announced a new single sign-on technology designed for healthcare organisations, along with two other product announcements at InfoSecurity Europe 2010.
- Survey says: Cloud computing adoption still strong
The results of a survey taken at IT trade show Interop say that cloud adoption remains strong and Software as a Service continues to grow.
- Cloud computing models: Which one is best for your business?
With so many different cloud computing models and cloud definitions, how do you know which one is best for your business? Industry experts explain each aspect of the cloud.
- Unitech's ERP rollout braves times of recession
Leading developer Unitech had to tackle the recession in order to complete its half-laid ERP rollout plans. Here's how the company managed the ERP rollout.
- Oracle lays out enterprise tape library roadmap for its largest customers
Oracle executives discuss their tape archiving plans with user group of enterprise customers, pledging advances in libraries, drives and virtual tape.
- Microsoft warns of serious SharePoint cross-site scripting zero-day
A cross-site scripting (XSS) flaw in SharePoint Server 2007 and SharePoint Services 3.0 could allow elevation of privilege within the SharePoint site itself, Microsoft said.
- Data center market shift brings Cisco channel changes
The data center market is changing, and Cisco is looking to position itself as the main data center consolidation platform by strengthening partner and distributor relationships.
- Red Hat releases Enterprise Linux 6 into beta: News Roundup
Veeam Software unveils PRO Pack for VMware environments, Citrix Systems desktop business boosts Q1 revenue, and other news of the week.
- Video conferencing: What it means for the network
John Bartlett, principal of NetForecast, sits down with Susan Fogarty to discuss the challenges network managers face when implementing video conferencing in their organizations.
- SSL VPN evaluation, implementation and management guide for India
Looking for the right SSL VPN? This customized evaluation guide designed for India will prove helpful.
- 802.11n upgrade considerations in a nutshell
In this video Q&A, wireless networking guru Lisa Phifer talks to Susan Fogarty, SearchNetworking.com's editorial director, about the major considerations networking managers and architects should be aware of when upgrading to 802.11n.
- Finding untapped power in the data center
Many data center managers think they're out of power in their facility, or close to it. But there are many ways to regain capacity. Some of them are on the facility side, and some of them are on the IT side, and none of them are that difficult.
- Inside Ryder Truck Rental's PCI compliance project
In 2007, Julio Gonzalez, director of IT, GRC and network operations at Ryder Truck Rental, kicked off a PCI project aimed at addressing any credit card exposures.
- The future of Linux in the data center: More than just Red Hat?
Red Hat is the dominant vendor in the Linux server space, while the second biggest Linux distro, Novell SUSE Linux, struggles financially and is an acquisition target. Linux experts make the case in this column for multiple Linux distributions in the future.
- Saving data center power just by buying new IT equipment
Data center managers can gain back power capacity simply by going through the normal IT refresh cycle, which tends to bring in more efficient equipment.
- Why open source and other VoIP and UC deployment models fail
One organization learned that Asterisk's open source communication server was not a good fit with its limited in-house expertise and resources. Find out why so many organizations are struggling with their VoIP and UC deployments.
- Does all your IT load need to have immediate backup power?
Different areas of the data center can have different levels of redundancy
- Load balance your data center to find untapped power capacity
Load balancing data center power can be a good way to gain untapped capacity.
- Server virtualization: A way to save data center facility power
Server virtualization can be a big data center power saver
- Design your data center room efficiently to minimize wasted power
Proper data center facility design will minimize power and cooling waste, and reclaim that power to be used more productively.