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3 Major Issues Data Centres Confront and How to Overcome Them

Posted by Vohkus on 26-Jan-2018 08:12:13
More and more of the UK and Ireland is being covered with whirring, humming rooms full of servers and data storage. Businesses that rely heavily on IT, attract a high number of users or visitors, and want to continue to grow, wouldn’t be able to survive in this digital landscape without them. Read article

HPE Gen10 servers: What you should know

Posted by Consultant on 18-Sep-2017 12:07:49
Match performance to applications with secure industry standard servers HPE announced its new Gen10 servers in June 2017, and we’ve eagerly awaited our first shipments because the new features in introduced in this – the tenth iteration of the ProLiant family – represent something of a step change in ease of use, performance, and security. Read article

A close look at Dell EMC PowerEdge 14G servers

Posted by Director on 14-Sep-2017 09:07:55
An all-round family to meet every need “Our modern infrastructure solutions are a game changer in today's digital economy. With our cyber-resilient architecture and performance innovations, we will enable our customers to unleash their business potential.” So said Ashley Gorakhpurwalla, president, Server Solutions Division at Dell EMC when general availability of the PowerEdge server line was announced in July 2017. Read article

Backup strategies for the modern data centres

Posted by Business Development Manager on 15-Jun-2017 17:15:52
Backup products have had to adapt Think of backup and you probably picture long overnight batch jobs – possibly still to tape – with recovery times that are not really up to scratch in terms of modern disaster recovery. Read article

Uncovering the truth about Software Defined Data Centre (SDDC)

Posted by Consultant on 13-Jun-2017 16:59:46
The ‘software defined data centre’ (SDDC), is the end result of a long process of virtualising computer, networking and storage systems. Unlike pure cloud you’re still deploying your own hardware but it gets configured automatically on the fly. Read article