IT Today: Lower IT Management Costs, Ruminations on the State of Greybeard IT, Gigabyte's New Supercomputing Server

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Four Roads to Lowering IT Management Costs

Pursue these strategic paths to free up maintenance resources and apply them in more effective areas that benefit the organization’s long-term goals.

More Ruminations on the State of Greybeard IT

IT training and certification guru Ed Tittel advises those over 55 looking for work in IT.

Gigabyte Releases New Supercomputing Server

Announces new supercomputing server, the GS-R22PHL, designed with high performance and energy efficiency in mind. 

Software Licensing in a Virtual World

While virtualization is supposed to help simplify IT environments, there is one aspect that virtualization can complicate – licensing.

VIDEO: Increase Security with Multi-Factor Authentication

More securely protect business and personal apps and data.

VIDEO: Unified Communications - Local or In the Cloud?

PBXs are good systems. But UC suites can do a lot more for less.

Enterprise Unified Communications

What unified communications means and why it’s necessary.

Avoid Network Performance Problems with Automated Monitoring

Network administrators can streamline the troubleshooting process by deploying automated monitoring systems.

Moore’s Law In Pictures: An Illustrated History of the Microprocessor

Consider the orders of magnitude (and sheer manufacturing prowess) required to morph the very first 4-Bit microprocessors into the multicore powerhouses we use today.

Cartoon: King on IT: BlackBerry Gets Back in the Ring

BlackBerry training hard to get back into fighting shape so it can challenge current heavyweight smartphone and tablet champs Google and Apple.

The Four BYOD Integration Challenges

Careful planning across all involved interest groups will deliver a straight forward strategy to adopt BYOD.

Mellanox to Open Source Its Ethernet Switches

Plans to open source Ethernet switches in an effort to gain an edge in an era of software defined networking and open source software.

Jeopardy, IBM and Watson as a Service

IBM's Jeopardy-winning supercomputer to become the basis of a series of revenue-generating products.

VIDEO: Increase Your Internet Privacy With PETS

Our favorite PETs to maintain security and privacy online.

Unified Communications: Beware of Cutting Corners

As with an IT project, you cut corners in a UC deployment at your own peril. So be careful.

Slideshow: Intel Processors Over the Years

A visual walk through the history of Intel processors from the early 1970s to today.

External Private Cloud Provider Options

This article outlines some of the external private cloud vendor options available today.

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