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Andriller

Andriller is a program for Windows with a collection of forensic tools for smartphones. It performs read-only, forensically sound,...

23 hours ago by DenCo Forensics

VeriScan by IDScan.net

IMPORTANT !!! Honeywell scanner (for iPod Touch 4) users read first DO NOT update the app if you use Honeywell 4(iPod Touch 4th) with...

December 8, 2014 by Abycus

HP packages aim to entice enterprise into cloud

HP has updated its range of cloud packages, with the introduction of cloud services for the enterprise from US and UK datacentres, a new package for private cloud deployments and a cloud automation tool.HP Enterprise Cloud Services Compute will provide IT services from a UK datacentre, which HP believes will help with data governance and compliance, the company announced on Tuesday.

January 25, 2011 by

HP tackles ATO automation, data recovery

Over the past two years the Australian Taxation Office has been working with enterprise IT giant HP Enterprise Services, formerly EDS, to improve its in-house IT operations, implementing automation and creating a new plan to virtualise the ATO's disaster recovery facilities.

November 16, 2010 by

XMLmotor

XMLmotor - Automate XML data tasks, Run 1000+ tasks on a schedule. The XML browser has been tested on GB size XML files. Goal is...

December 4, 2014 by HiTek Software

rPath brings data center automation to Windows environments

rPath also pointed to Microsoft research that shows 47 percent of enterprise IT operating expenses are related to deployment management and incident management activities. The company also noted the increasing pressure to cut costs, while improving agility and responsiveness, as drivers for the adoption of automation solutions.

May 4, 2010 by

Cisco picks up Tidal Software

Cisco Systems said Thursday that it will acquire privately held Tidal Software, which makes application management and automation software, for $105 million. The networking giant said the addition of Tidal will advance its data center and service offerings.

April 9, 2009

Interview: HP's Duncan Campbell on energy efficiency and automation in next generation data centers

I had a chance to interview Campbell yesterday at the Technology Forum event in Las Vegas after HP's NonStop Blade servers announcement. I asked him how the simultaneous factors of hardware improvements, virtualization, improved change management, and IT service management -- not to mention SOA and cloud computing -- can come together without overwhelming IT leaders and operators.

June 16, 2008 by

Splunk goes virtual, unveils broad IT search capabilities for Citrix XenServer

Splunk indexing and search approach aims to provide a full view of IT-generated use data, not only from the hypervisor and VM, but from the server, guest operating system, applications, and the network. Splunk’s technology indexes data across all tiers of the infrastructure in near real-time. This allows operators and administrators to maintain a large, dynamic IT environment with fewer people, with higher automation and easier service performance management.

May 21, 2008 by

BMC buys BladeLogic, eyes data center automation

BMC said Monday that it will buy BladeLogic, which specializes in automating data centers, for $800 million, or $28 a share.The news comes on the heels of a bevy of data center announcements from HP, which is hoping enterprises go for its data center as a service strategy.

March 16, 2008 by

Data centers to get smart

The next-generation data centers will be characterized by intelligence, automation and efficiency, according to an Intel executive.

November 15, 2007 by

VMware revs up for VMworld; launches new software

VMware announced Monday a new lineup of products that will be showcased this week. VMware launched VMware ESX Server 3i, a "thin hypervisor" that's integrated in server hardware sans an operating system; Virtual Desktop Manager, a connection broker for virtual desktops; and Site Recovery Manager, an automation system for recovering from data center outages.

September 10, 2007 by

National Healthcare Group

It goes by the maxim: Relentless pursuit of excellence. And it is with this mantra that Singapore's National Healthcare Group pursues technology.This fervent IT user nominated six different projects for the Public Sector Technology Project of the Year special award, and the Lab Information and Automation System was the clincher.Incorporated in March 2000, the National Healthcare Group (NHG) provides healthcare services through a network of four hospitals--National University Hospital, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Alexandra Hospital and Institute of Mental Health--the National Skin Center, four business divisions including NHG Pharmacy and NHG Diagnostics, and three specialty institutes--The Eye Institute, The Cancer Institute and The Heart Institute.After the various healthcare institutions came together to form the NHG cluster, the management team recognized a critical need to consolidate IT operations. The goal was to gain economies of scale by amalgamating resources, and to build a robust infrastructure to enable the seamless flow of data and applications across the cluster.

July 5, 2006 by

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