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Monitorscout.com – A Website And Server Monitoring Service

Monitorscout.com – A Website And Server Monitoring Service

Monitorscout.com – A Website And Server Monitoring Service Monitor Scout is a website and server monitoring company based in Sweden with over 20 external monitoring locations across the globe. Their reliable monitoring solutions cover a wide range of devices and application including websites, servers, networks and web applications can keep downtime to a minimum. Through

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Q&A With Rob Fox: On-Premise Data, aka “Cloud Cache”

Q&A With Rob Fox: On-Premise Data, aka “Cloud Cache”

Q&A with Rob Fox: On-Premise Data, aka “Cloud Cache” We caught up with Rob Fox, Senior Director of Software Development for Liaison Technologies, about the growing need for businesses and consumers to store and access data in the cloud as quickly as if it were locally stored. Why are businesses and consumers moving away from

Virtualization: Thin on Thin Provisioning – Good Idea or Recipe for Disaster?

Virtualization: Thin on Thin Provisioning – Good Idea or Recipe for Disaster? I was part of a panel at a recent GreenPages event and a question was asked by the audience regarding best practices for thin provisioning in a virtual environment.  More specifically, the question was, what is the best practice regarding thin on thin

MONITIS TO RE-LAUNCH THE WOLRD’S FIRST FREE SERVER-MONITORING CLOUDWARE

MONITIS TO RE-LAUNCH THE WOLRD’S FIRST FREE SERVER-MONITORING CLOUDWARE Small Business Sysadmins to Gain Time with New Mon.itor.Us PRESS RELEASE: Monitis, the award-winning provider of the world’s first all-in-one monitoring cloudware, will launch fully redesigned its free monitoring service, Mon.itor.Us. “We’re celebrating the New Year by juicing up our free services and offering more extensive

HP’s Revised Proposal of $33 per Share Values 3PAR at $2.4 billion

HP Wins 3Par At $33, Beats Dell Until this morning, Dell and Hewlett-Packard were mired in a bidding war over 3Par, a leading provider of utility storage solutions for enterprises. With a final bid of $2.4 billion for the company, HP has emerged the winner. Below we highlight the significance of 3Par and how it