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Friday, July 16, 2010
- Xiotech bulks up ISE self-healing storage systems
Xiotech rolls out larger ISE 9000 self-healing storage system to manage a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), and new management apps based on CorteX API.
- IBM cuts ribbon on cloud computing centre in Germany
IBM has unveiled a Cloud Computing Competence Centre in Ehningen, Germany, which is designed to provide services to customers locally and internationally; plus more daily news.
- CommVault, Veeam backup support vSphere 4.1: News in brief
DataCore user boots EMC for Hyper-V storage; Akorri intros 30-day free trial; NetEx claims to boost Hyper-V Live Migration; partnerships tackle virtual server data protection, security.
- Windows Intune appeals to MSPs
Intune promises easy remote Windows desktop management.
- Deutsche Post DHL cuts IT budgets by half with a supply demand model
After moving to a supply demand model for IT, the German logistics giant Deutsche Post DHL cut its IT business expenditures by 50% and achieved better business-IT alignment.
- VMware vSphere 4.1 has storage vendors lining up; and other data storage news
3PAR, CommVault, Compellent, EMC, Emulex, Hitachi Data Systems and NetApp are among the vendors supporting VMware's latest vSphere release; and other data storage news.
- Intuit QuickBooks Online down after power outage
Intuit's online small and medium business accounting service, QuickBooks Online, suffered an outage after a commercial power failure at its California data center.
- How to stop Conficker: Anti-Conficker patch management, defense
Ron Condon gives an update on the Conficker worm. He examines how to stop Conficker and unveils anti-Conficker patch management and defense tactics and methods.
- VMware vSphere 4.1: Special report
VMware vSphere 4.1 is out. Get full news coverage of the release, reaction from users and analysis from our experts.
- Data Center Decisions 2010 survey: Virtualization drives budget rebound
While data center budgets rebounded in 2010 after major cuts in 2009, IT shops have focused spending on areas where they can get the most return on investment, such as commodity hardware, server virtualization and Windows OSes.