Enterprises worldwide are moving their data center operations to colocation providers, reshaping enterprise computing and the future of the Internet
Bandwidth and scale. These are two of the biggest challenges facing data center customers today. How can they support data-hungry apps like streaming video, or apps that use artificial intelligence and machine learning? And how can they keep growing their networks, without having to replace them every time? To meet the need for bandwidth and scale, Cisco is launching new 400 Gigabit Ethernet (400G) switches that will give customers an edge.
When you have customers looking for VDI End Points and they want the security of a Zero Client but need the versatility of a Thin Client, the ClearCube CD7022/24 is the answer
The Aruba 2930F Switch Series is designed for customers creating smart digital workplaces that are optimized for mobile users with an integrated wired and wireless approach. These convenient Layer 3 network switches include built-in uplinks and PoE power and are simple to deploy and manage with advanced security and network management tools like Aruba ClearPass Policy Manager, Aruba AirWave and cloud-based Aruba Central.
A powerful Aruba ProVision ASIC delivers performance, robust feature support and value with programmability for the latest applications. Stacking with Virtual Switching Framework (VSF) provides simplicity and scalability. The 2930F supports built-in
Protect Cloud Data and Shared Storage
Your data is everywhere, stored in a variety of SaaS applications and cloud-storage services. Gain visibility over where it's located and get the tools to keep it safe.
Cloud Storage: Sophos Cloud Optix automatically detects shared storage and database resources, assessing security posture and configurations to cut your risk of a data breach. SaaS Apps: Sophos XG Firewall identifies shadow IT in the cloud, alerting you to undesirable and unauthorized behavior and providing controls to manage it all. Anti-ransomware: Intercept X for Server protection for virtual machines stops ransomware by intercepting its behavior while rolling back encrypted files and cleaning malicious code.
Hypervisor-based might be the most common form of server virtualization in organizations, but there are other options to consider, including hardware-assisted and OS-level.
Companies like Apple seemingly do everything in their power their laptops from being opened up. HP’s new Omen X laptop embraces it.
It’s a beast of a device. The base model comes with a GTX 1070, 16GB of RAM, a i7-7700HQ processor, a 256 GB SSD, a 1TB hard drive, and a 1080p 120Hz display for $1,999. Configurations top out at $3699 for a GTX 1080, 32 GB of RAM, an overclockable i7-7820HK processor, 2TB SSD storage, a 1TB hard drive, and a 4K display. Both the screen options are equipped with Nvidia G-sync.
According to IDC, organizations worldwide collectively generated more than 64.2 zettabytes of data in 2020