IT organizations looking to improve service levels and drive down total costs for their most demanding workloads should take a closer look at the latest Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series. Read this paper to learn more.
There has never been a better time to migrate your proprietary RISC servers to Intel® Xeon® processor-powered Dell PowerEdge servers running Red Hat Enterprise Linux. This brief discusses how you can reduce costs and scalability, flexibility and performance with this trio of leading technology vendors supporting your business.
Itanium®-based servers deliver the scalable performance, reliability, and headroom for your most compute-intensive workloads, including direct replacement for RISC and mainframe platforms.
This solution brief explains how organizations can meet new demands for higher performance, security, reliability, and service levels. Gain insight into a processor-based architecture that will allow you to achieve this goal.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux running on Intel® processor-based servers
is helping companies cut TCO by up to 50 percent and more versus comparable UNIX/RISC solutions, while providing a better foundation for growth. This white paper outlines the key benefits of migration and provides a step-by-step guide to conducting a successful transition.
In this eGuide we focus on all thing's workspace related. We dive into Google's new privacy settings, how the landscape of workspaces will look when the world of work fully returns and Google's new G Suite workspace overhaul.
Access this white paper to learn about a storage system that uses real-time compression and SSD technology to boost storage performance. Read on to learn more about how the benefits of this storage system provide a strong ROI, and how your organization could cut costs.
In this week's Computer Weekly, as the Raspberry Pi reaches its 10th anniversary, we look back on how the low-cost computing device went from schools to supercomputers and even into space. Gartner offers tips on how to motivate IT staff in a hybrid working environment. And we meet the Dutch hackers helping to secure the internet.