Latest from Dana Gardner
Green Ethernet switch modules from HP help cut power use and TCO
Many companies today are caught between competing pressures brought by data and power. Faced with moving ever increasing data faster and faster, they find the power to do that, as well as deal with the associated cooling, expensive and increasingly unavailable.
As cloud and mobile trends drive user expectations higher, networks must now deliver applications faster, safer, cheaper
Network services will need to adjust rapidly or the latency and hassle of access and performance issues will get in the way of users, their new expectations, and their behaviors -- for both work and play.
HP delivers NMC 9.1 as new demands on network management require secure, integrated, and automated response
To manage your network today, you really need to understand how your network is constructed from the bottom up, how it ties together, how it changes over time, and how it self-organizes. You need to build that kind of intelligence into your root-cause analysis.
My interview with Forrester's Frank Gillett on future of mission-critical cloud computing
Cloud computing is much more than a just newcomer on the Internet hype curve. The heritage of what cloud computing represents dates back to the dawn of information technology (IT), to the very beginnings of how government agencies and large commercial enterprises first accessed powerful computers to solve complex problems.