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March Madness: 3 Common Ways Data Centers Are Being Mismanaged

March Madness is the widely used shorthand term for referring to the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament, an annual event that begins every March and ends in early April. It is one of the most watched sporting events each year. The 2015 edition drew almost 20 million viewers for the 10:45 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. block for a game between the University of Notre Dame and the University of Kentucky.

The Future of Infrastructure Data Storage

In the past, legacy data storage was sufficient for most organizations. They would invest in network servers, multiple hard drives, and other equipment to meet the storage needs of the operation. Today, this method of data storage is quickly becoming outdated. The costs associated with creating an internal data storage solution can be expensive and is being displaced by other cost-effective solutions like cloud-based storage.

Are Your Ready for SDN and SD-WAN?

GET PREPARED WITH A CISCO CERTIFICATION

IT networking has changed dramatically over the past decade. For starters, many organizations have been able to divest themselves from on-premises network infrastructures and instead connect their most important applications and services to the public cloud. This switch has fueled tremendous growth for business cloud ecosystems such as Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services, which can provide networking resources on-demand.

What’s the Connection Between Cloud Computing and Virtualization?

When you think about cloud computing and virtualization, you might assume they are one and the same. Many people have this misconception about both of these technologies. However, while cloud computing and virtualization are related, they are different.

Azure Continues to Close the Gap with AWS

The cloud remains a hot topic within the business community. The ability to scale computing resources at a moment's notice while lowering both capital and operating expenditures is simply too tempting for business leaders to ignore.

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