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VMWorld: How Openness Becomes The New Normal

VMWorld: How Openness Becomes The New Normal

VMWorld: How Openness Becomes The New Normal Seated high above the sleek yet carnival-like atmosphere of the VMWorld Exhibition Hall, Hubert Yoshida, Chief Technology Officer of Hitachi, watches over his suppliers, his customers and his competitors, all occupying neighboring parts of expansive show floor. Hitachi is one of those names everyone knows. It has been

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“Always Be Testing:” Weekly Disaster Recovery System Testing Critical

“Always Be Testing:” Weekly Disaster Recovery System Testing Critical

“Always Be Testing:” Weekly Disaster Recovery System Testing Critical for Small to Mid-Sized Businesses Statistics show that most small to mid-sized businesses will experience at least one instance of system downtime a year, at an average cost of $74,000 an hour, according to Aberdeen Group. Unfortunately, only a handful of small to mid-sized businesses have

Cloud Startup Of The Week – Sanbolic

Cloud Startup Of The Week – Sanbolic

Innovative Concept of IT Economics – Sanbolic Launches Next Generation Melio V5 Sanbolic is one of the leader companies that introduced the latest technologies in the domain of cloud computing and information technology. Sanbolic is the first provider of data management and cloud server services based on cached system storage devices. Sanobolic was established in

Key Differences Between Server And Desktop Online Storage

Key Differences Between Server and Desktop Online Storage Many people are saying that 2013 will be the “break-out”  year for cloud storage. A number of factors are pushing online data storage offerings – including file sharing, backup, archiving and more – beyond the consumer and small business market and into big business datacenters. Below, I’d like to

What John Smith Thinks Of Cloud Computing: A Big ‘Ol Warehouse

What John Smith Thinks of Cloud Computing: A Big ‘Ol Warehouse The cloud computing paradigm has advanced the field of computing by leaps and bounds and has allowed businesses of all kinds to adapt to an ever changing environment of business needs and consumer demands. Indeed the path to here has never been a paved road, no