This paper examines the history of Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and explores the prospects for networking to gradually evolve from a hardware-centric approach to a software-driven model.
Access this case study to find out how an integrated zero client display offered a school district the fast and easy integration into their existing virtual environment they were looking for to improve student access to programs and maximize instructional time while ensuring a cost-effective implementation.
This expert e-guide explains why breaking up with Windows Server 2003 is not easy, the consequences that come with sticking with Server 2003 after the end of life, and what you can do to migrate away.
Access this expert e-book chapter to discover the types of building blocks available for virtualization infrastructures – including reference architectures, converged infrastructures, and hyper-converged infrastructures. Find out when to use each type and the benefits of each type.
This brief video highlights how Dell workstations are built for creative professionals. Learn how it works well with leading graphics and video applications and how it has the ability to help bring artists ideas to life.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we report from CES in Las Vegas, where car makers gave a glimpse of how the internet of things is going to improve the driving experience. We look at the price wars in the public cloud market and assess what it means for enterprise IT. And we start our buyer's guide on software-defined everything. Read the issue now.
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