Data centres, or server farms, are specialist facilities in which business-critical computing resources are housed and maintained. The use of temperature monitors and air filtration systems allow data centres mean that its computer systems and other associated components can be kept free of dust and function at their optimum operating temperatures.
Below are a number of white papers, analyst reports, and case studies that detail the benefits that the use of a data centre(s) can offer your business.
Virtualisation technology and cloud computing have changed the world of IT completely. The new virtual data center is much more complex. This video explains the need to change the way you think about capacity and how to take control over your data center’s capacity requirements. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Storage Virtualisation | Published: April 2013 | Type: Webinar
If you are currently evaluating, planning, or managing application performance in a Virtualized Desktop Environment, don’t let your VDI project get derailed by poor end user experience. View this 45-minute on-demand webinar today to learn how to close the VDI end user experience visibility gap. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Virtualisation | Published: October 2012 | Type: Webinar
During this Computing web seminar, our expert panel cover the entire migration process to Exchange 2010, from creating a migration roadmap and calculating requirements for new hardware all the way through to migrating user mailboxes and setting up OWA. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Email Servers | Published: April 2012 | Type: Webinar
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Company: Silver Peak
We take a look at how faster, more efficient data replication over the WAN can reduce data centre costs, consolidate existing facilities & examine to what extent WAN optimisation & application acceleration can help with backup & DR by reducing WAN bandwidth & storage capacity requirements VIEW SUMMARY
Category: WAN | Published: February 2011 | Type: Webinar
Company: Dell Software
This Computing webseminar examines the advantages of moving from distributed to consolidated storage of data and managing that data as a single resource. Sponsored by Dell. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Centre & Storage Solutions | Published: May 2010 | Type: Webinar
Company: CA Technologies
This Computing web seminar in association with CA discusses how you can harness virtualization to increase business value through the inherent operational efficiencies of virtualization which touches all points of IT infrastructure from datacentre to desktop. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Virtualisation | Published: February 2010 | Type: Webinar
Top industry experts will help you understand the unique security and management requirements, as well as the risks, organisations will encounter as they migrate from the physical to virtual data center. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Server Virtualisation | Published: January 2010 | Type: Webinar
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In this webinar co-hosted by Red Hat, you'll find out how to centrally manage the identities, access rights and privileges of users in Linux on System z environments by using Microsoft Active Directory. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Mainframe Servers | Published: January 2010 | Type: Webinar
Rating: + 1
Company: Dell Software
This webinar discusses the challenges of systems management and provides information that will help you with your IT infrastructure. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Centre & Storage Solutions | Published: January 2010 | Type: Webinar
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Find out how new capabilities will help you fix the data quality problems that are costing you millions—now. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Enterprise Content Management | Published: January 2010 | Type: Webinar
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