Posts Tagged ‘ data center ’

How Much Change Have You Seen?

July 17, 2014
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DataCenterVirtualization

How much change have you seen in the way in which IT departments determine the number of people needed to best serve the infrastructure, especially since the introduction of virtualization and cloud computing? I have observed that those companies that decided to make the leap all at once immediately dropped their number of hands-and-feet people…

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Skills Needed for the Data Center of Tomorrow

December 4, 2013
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DataCenterVirtualization

Last week I did a post regarding the future in the cloud computing space that focused primarily on the large number of unfilled positions in the modern-day data center. Employment options for this space should be rich and plentiful for the next decade or so, and I think that is a great thing, but there is…

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Dell Continues Software and Services Expansion with Euro Cloud Investment

June 15, 2012
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CloudComputing

With the bottom falling out of the box shifting business, Dell continues its efforts to refocus it's business along more profitable lines. Dell first announced the appropriately named Dell Cloud at VMworld Las Vegas last August based out of its Plan0 Texas Data Center. Now it has set its sights on the rapidly growing European…

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ESXi – Closer but still no Cigar

April 29, 2010
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We all know that ESXi is the future for VMware are regards their Hypervisor strategy, however most of you are more that aware of my dislike of the current interation. Now that I have got that off my chest, what has prompted this latest outburst?

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A Merger Scenario: HP and Citrix

July 6, 2009
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The industry landscape is shifting with many major players beginning to acquire companies or enter into competitive agreements with others. Either way we look at it, certain companies won't be around a year from now. One merger that makes a lot of sense to me as an industry analyst is the marriage of HP and…

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