Topic: storage

Windows Server 19 embraces hybrid cloud, hyperconverged data centers, Linux

Microsoft is set to make Windows Server 2019 generally available in the second half of the year, opening up access to its preview build through its Insiders program now and targeting data centers with new features to handle hybrid cloud setups and hyperconverged infrastructure.

Ashis Guha appointed CEO at RAH Infotech

India’s seasoned executive Ashis Guha to lead IT VAD RAH Infotech from April 2018.

Worldwide Integrated System revenue to grow 18.4 percent in 2018: Gartner

The HCIs segment will experience the strongest growth, whereas integrated stack systems will experience a five percent decline.

Global integrated systems revenue to reach USD 12.3B

Revenue for global integrated systems is expected to reach US$12.3 billion in 2018, representing an 18.4 per cent increase from US$10.2 billion in 2017.

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Making hyper converged infrastructure(HCI) work for your enterprise – The right use cases

Netmagic helps you identify the business scenarios in which Hyper Converged Infrastructure(HCI) could be a cost effective and high ROI solution. Know details.

Microsoft, PFT partner to lead Media and Entertainment industry to Cloud

PFT selected Microsoft Azure as its preferred cloud hosting platform to best implement CLEAR across geographies

Ipswitch upgrades WhatsUp Gold with enhanced cloud performance, wireless and SaaS capabilities

Ipswitch’s customers now have an at-a-glance dashboard and an interactive map for visibility into the status and performance.

Data strategies will drive enhanced datasets for enterprise: Paul Bruton, Hitachi Vantara 

Paul Bruton, Business Director - Data Intelligence, Asia Pacific, Hitachi Vantara, talks about data protection, security, privacy and new- age data strategies for customers.

Why a bare-metal cloud provider might be just what you need

Cloud services that provide nothing but server hardware can help solve application-migration, performance, customization and hardware-access problems.