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By Ed Tittel ,Phillip Gervasi ,Alan R. Earls Evaluate May 16, 2016

Hardware vs. Software: The role of hardware in a software age

In this software age, is there any role left for hardware? In our three-part guide, our experts' response is a resounding, "yes." It may feel like this is the era of Continue Reading


By Ed Tittel Manage May 05, 2016

IT's hardware evolution in this software-defined age

There may be a software-defined revolution going on, but the hardware evolution continues. Learn why hardware retains its importance in networking today, even in this SDN age. Continue Reading


By Dan Sullivan Get Started May 02, 2016

How does Docker's hardware signing work?

Docker's recent upgrade introduced support for hardware signing and in the future, automated security analysis on Docker images. Expert Dan Sullivan goes over these new features. Continue Reading


By Eddie Lockhart Evaluate May 25, 2016


By Brien Posey Evaluate May 23, 2016

Are the Windows 10 minimum hardware requirements enough?

Your upgrade method, workload and more affect whether the minimum hardware requirements for Windows 10 are really enough. Continue Reading


By John Moore Evaluate Apr 28, 2016

Hyper-convergence infrastructure: CIOs mull hardware savings

Hyper-converged infrastructure may or may not cut hardware costs, but some CIOs and other industry executives suggest an emphasis on sticker price misses the point. Continue Reading


By Garry Kranz News Apr 25, 2016

Nexsan storage software brings Unity to its hardware

Unity software supports Nexsan with NST block devices, Assureon object storage and Transporter cloud sync functionality that it picked up from Connected Data. Continue Reading


By Ramin Edmond News Apr 06, 2016

Why BlackBerry won't save its hardware business

BlackBerry's phone business is struggling, and with a make-or-break deadline looming, history is not on the company's side. BlackBerry sold about 600,000 phones in the quarter ending Feb. 29, and ... Continue Reading


By Antone Gonsalves News Apr 01, 2016

Arista spine hardware aimed at largest data centers

Arista has introduced the 7500R series -- a suite of third-generation spine hardware that has a maximum capacity of 115 Tbps. Continue Reading


By Antone Gonsalves News Mar 15, 2016

Microsoft open tech promises switch hardware independence

The latest Microsoft open tech takes the brains of data center networking out of proprietary switches and places it in hardware-agnostic software. Continue Reading