server virtualization

Server virtualization; what you should know

Most people don’t realize that servers are often the most underused computers in a business. In the case of smaller companies with their own in-house IT infrastructures, a server often runs only one operating system and uses only a fraction of its available processing power to manage things like the company email. It's not uncommon to set up an entirely separate server for another solution, like network storage or hosting the company website, which is an inefficient use of hardware. [...]

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hybrid cloud questions

Five crucial hybrid cloud questions to ask

When evaluating cloud services there are three types of cloud platforms to choose from. The first is the public cloud, in which apps and data are hosted in data centers managed by providers like Microsoft and Amazon. Another option is the private cloud, which is hosted in a remote or in-house data center where you own or rent the servers.

The third option presents a mix of the two — the hybrid cloud. This approach provides the best of both, but it’s also inherently more complex. To ensure a successful digital transformation, you should ask the following questions to any potential hybrid cloud provider: [...]

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security of cloud desktops

The security of cloud desktops examined

For most of us, Microsoft Windows operating system and its applications, such as Word and Excel, constitute the desktop. But these days, the desktop has significantly changed.

The entire desktop experience can now be delivered via a web browser through the combination of the cloud and virtualization. Let's examine the security of cloud desktops. [...]

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