GPUs or CPUs? It’s an important IT performance question today. Do you know the right answer? Before you can choose the right processing unit/units, you have to understand what they do and how they differ, which is where we will begin. Read More
When terminal services was first released, it revolutionized the way users accessed their applications and data. Employees could tap into their digital resources from essentially anywhere while businesses could be certain that all data was located in the data center and not on end user devices. But no revolution is perfect and the challenge with terminal services (renamed to RDSH in recent years) was that it did not give users the customization and experience of their local devices. Read More
The world that we live in is being disrupted by technology at a more rapid pace than ever. Cloud, big data, and security are just a few topics evolving daily. To be a successful IT leader, you need to do more than just keep pace—you need to move faster than your competition. At IDS Fast Forward 2016, learn how to do this firsthand from industry leaders, hundreds of your peers, and our world-class sponsors. Fast Forward is more than a conference—it’s an opportunity to learn how to drive your career forward. Read More
A few weeks ago I wrote “Evaluating All-Flash Storage Part 1: Mapping out the process,” discussing the excitement around getting to test a new product, specifically an All-Flash Array.
Getting to open boxes, break out new equipment, install it, and put it through its paces is fun. Unfortunately, the business side of things rears its ugly and less entertaining head, and the temporarily excited IT staff has to put their noses back to the grindstone. Testing is being requested for a reason, and the results of the tests will play an important role in determining not only the product that will be purchased, but quite possibly in future directions for the company and the testers involved. Read More