September 1, 2010
Author: Ronny Front
Application virtualization and desktop virtualization solutions break the bond between the applications, operating systems and end-users. This approach can improve IT efficiency and provide a rich desktop experience for users without any impact to the benefits of flexibility and isolation as known in the traditional world.
August 30, 2010
Author: Atlantis Computing Press Release
Atlantis VDI Demonstration Shows 50-75% Reduction in VDI Storage CAPEX Costs
August 9, 2010
Author: Ashish Nadkarni
A project-tracking database should not just be a nominal entity that exists for the sake of existence; rather, it should contain some key attributes that every person in the company can draw important conclusions from -- and use them to form the basis of key decisions that impact not just the project itself, but also the overall vision and direction of the company.
July 30, 2010
Author: Mike Vizard
Although various approaches to data center convergence have a lot of promise in terms of reducing costs, a combination of economic and internal political challenges is slowing the rate of migration to these new data center architectures.
July 29, 2010
Author: Tom Brand
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, VDI, is no longer perceived as just a niche tactic and is poised to become a mainstream enterprise strategy. Gartner predicts that the worldwide hosted virtual desktop (HVD) market will accelerate through 2013 to reach 49 million units, up from more than 500,000 units in 2009. VDI has the potential to help businesses manage their desktop environments more efficiently and securely, but is not without its challenges.
July 27, 2010
Author: Ashish Nadkarni
In this installment, learn how data center consulting and managed services firm GlassHouse Technologies Inc. worked with a client that needed to consolidate IT assets to avoid maintenance costs and penalties. Here, Ashish Nadkarni, GlassHouse Technologies' practice lead for data mobility, explains the consolidation process:
July 14, 2010
Author: Tom Chmielarski
A SearchMidmarketSecurity.com reader asks our resident security expert Tom Chmielarski, "Which Windows malware tools will help you examine the actions of a specific virus on your computer?" From time to time, when responding to a malware infection, it is useful to determine what changes that malware is making to your system. Is it writing data to any files? Has it modified any registry keys? Is it listening on any network ports?
March 3, 2010
Hype is one thing, but why are CIOs and CFOs starting to take cloud computing so seriously? Regardless of the cloud solution chosen, they all have one thing in common; a move away from a capital intensive model to an operating expense (opex) based model.
February 1, 2010
Author: James Damoulakis
By many accounts, 2010 will be the year that cloud computing officially takes hold. Organizations large and small will realize the cost, space and management benefits that moving applications to the cloud will deliver.
March 14, 2006
Author: Jim Damoulakis0
A recent GlassHouse Technologies assessment of a large, multisite backup environment found an overall backup success rate for the Windows environment of 59%. Shocking? Yes. Uncommon? Not really. While alarmingly low, it is not unusual to uncover backup metrics that are significantly out of line with expectations.