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RTFM: Still the favorite four-letter word

The association this commander fish works for is located in a large industrial park, and when it’s time to supplement a surplus information center, government knows only where it should go. “They put it subsequent doorway to a primary information center,” sighs fish. “No problem, we were assured, there’s a large diesel generator for both information centers that will automatically ... Read More »

BrandPost: Three Considerations for a New Security Landscape

Increasingly, a ability to effectively secure corporate and patron information and resources is a review that has changed from technologists adult to C-level executives and a board. At a same time, approaches to corporate confidence are fast elaborating over a normal infrastructure-based approach. When we speak to CIOs and CISOs about security, they share a common concern: they don’t know ... Read More »

Urgent, redefined

On-call commander fish is awakened during 2 a.m. one Sunday by a call from a network operations core — and he total it’s urgent. Why else would a NOC call in a center of a night on a weekend? “The NOC wanted me to call an researcher per a server, though didn’t mention a reason,” says fish. “Are we insane? ... Read More »

Atos aims to broach an exaflop supercomputer to French supervision by 2020

Computer manufacturer Atos has named a initial patron for Bull sequana, a supercomputer pattern it hopes will strech exaflop levels of opening by 2020. Atos is building a mechanism for a French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), it pronounced Tuesday. By targeting 2020 for smoothness of an exaflop supercomputer, Atos is entering a race in that China and ... Read More »

Solar on all U.S. roofs would supply 39% of power

A federal study has suggested that if Americans commissioned solar panels on each roof, it would supply 39% of a sum appetite used by a U.S. Researchers from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) used light showing and trimming (lidar) data, geographic information systems and photovoltaic (PV) era displaying to calculate a bearing of rooftops for hosting solar panels in ... Read More »

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PC adversary extends to servers: Lenovo aims to disintegrate HPE, Dell

A few years ago, Lenovo defeated rivals HP and Dell to turn a world’s tip PC maker. It now wants to do a same in servers. Lenovo hopes to do so by a newly shaped Data Center Group, formerly famous as a Enterprise Business Group. The organisation is removing some-more financial resources, imagination and coherence to follow new hardware designs ... Read More »

For IT, meridian change means scheming for disaster

IT managers know a hazards of feverishness inside information centers. But what about outward it? Cordell Schachter, a CTO of a New York City Department of Transportation (DOT), who went by Hurricane Sandy in 2012, says meridian trends will increasingly impact IT operations. “At one time, we could go by a whole career though confronting one of those situations” — ... Read More »

Oracle wants to put the open cloud behind your firewall

Public clouds might guarantee a universe of intensity benefits, though for companies grappling with information government and other issues, a risks can dawn large. Hoping to palliate such concerns, Oracle launched a product on Thursday that effectively puts a open cloud behind a craving firewall. Called Oracle Cloud during Customer, a new apartment lets companies daub a Oracle Cloud as ... Read More »

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