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  • September 14, 2017 14 Sep'17

    Dell EMC Isilon helps preserve tennis history

    At the U.S. Open tennis tournament last week, Rafael Nadal solidified his Hall of Fame credentials and Sloane Stephens became a hall of fame candidate. And the International Tennis Hall of Fame ...

  • September 07, 2017 07 Sep'17

    Dell EMC storage sags in the middle

    What do you do when storage sales slow down? If you’re Dell EMC, you add velocity to the sales process. “Storage velocity” was a frequently used term during Dell’s earnings call this morning. On ...

  • August 29, 2017 29 Aug'17

    Dell EMC VxRail 'billion-dollar business' soon, Sakac says

    The growth of Dell EMC VxRail and other hyper-converged appliances is the result of a shift toward software-defined storage, according to the vendor's converged platforms boss.

  • August 15, 2017 15 Aug'17

    MozyEnterprise backup tool finds a new key for security

    Dell EMC's Mozy has unlocked a new encryption key security feature for its enterprise backup product. MozyEnterprise now provides support for the Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP), ...

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  • Pondering Build 16215 Plus Good Backup

    Recent gotchas, three failed installs and a wounded clean install leave me pondering Build 16215 plus good backup. Continue Reading

  • Backing up virtual machines doesn't have to hurt

    Backing up virtual servers was a serious challenge for a number of years. Even today, many shops use traditional, agent-based backup to protect virtual servers. But it's a classic example of something working well until it doesn't. Virtual server backup has a threshold of sorts. If you just need to protect a few, or even more than a few virtual servers, agent-based backup will probably work out fine. But if you can't count your virtual machines (VMs) on the collective fingers of your IT team, things can get a little bit iffy.

    Resource contention and licensing costs are major issues, as is the difficulty to track and protect new virtual machines as they are created. However, these challenges can be avoided by choosing a VM-specific backup product. There are a number of third-party options available, and most legacy backup software products now offer a VM backup option. If you are experiencing VM backup issues or just getting started with backing up virtual servers, our Drill Down on VM backup can help.

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  • Roll call! Take full stock of your desktop inventory

    IT cannot manage what it doesn’t know is there. As a result, desktop inventory management and other tools are essential to keep track of and control desktops. Continue Reading

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