Don't-Miss Servers Stories
Stop playing defense. Proving IT value means devising new strategies for gaining revenue using technology.
Sometimes you have to get a little crazy to find the right solution to technology problems gone absurd.
Ultraslim terminals can reduce the costs and work involved in managing desktop systems.
Servers get most of the glory when it comes to energy management, but networking gear is about to catch up. Here's how to green your network.
You've already got the budget. Here's how to migrate a small physical infrastructure to a small virtual one.
You don't have to jump in to server virtualization with both feet; just dipping a toe in with these open-source options will do to start.
Even if you haven’t opted to run Linux on your computers, you can still use it to save malware-infected Windows machines.
IT departments are learning to master the art of retiring hardware at the right time. Here's what to consider when recycling hardware your company no longer needs.
Trimming your data footprint cuts costs for hardware, software, power and data center space, and it eases the strain on networks and backup windows.
When the VDI server maintains a virtual machine for every desktop user, a more PC-like experience results--but weigh your choices carefully before you start.
Dramatic cost and agility benefits make server virtualization an essential part of any data center. Here's how to plan, deploy, and maintain a sound foundation.
Is a blade server right for your small business? Here are the factors to consider if your company is looking at blade technology.
If you're trying to choose an operating system for your next server, look no further than Linux for a solution that will fit all your business's needs.