We’re all consumers, and companies realize that in order to compete they must put the consumer at the center of their activities. They must understand the consumer, anticipate their needs and provide easy ways to engage. We have all become used to that, and are increasingly expecting the same kind of understanding and service from our government. While governments don’t compete with each other, they are competing with the way we as consumers are being engaged. In a very real sense, we are all citizen consumers.
There are many security concerns with the bring your own cloud and other BYOD trends, but what about the benefits? Look at the upside of BYOC in this tip.
How do VM-specific backup apps fit into a cloud backup/DR environment? Is there anything that VM-specific tools offer that traditional tools don't in this area? Also, what about archiving?
Since legacy backup software products have added VM backup capabilities, why do so many shops stick with a VM-specific solution instead of simply performing all virtual server backups with one tool? Wouldn't that be more efficient?
What are the preeminent VM-specific backup apps out there? And what are the pluses and minuses of using VM-specific backup apps compared with using a legacy software application's VM backup features?
The stadium Wi-Fi network that NFL coaches have been complaining about is based on Cisco wireless LAN infrastructure. The new network has been erratic, making coaches' Surface tablets useless at times.
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At OpenStack Silicon Valley 2014, Cloudscaling’s CTO discusses using AWS to enhance services.
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Each virtual machine running on a Windows guest operating system needs its own license. But Automatic Virtual Machine Activation can help activate them.