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Threat Intelligence Can Help Enterprises Fight Cyberattacks
Tempy Wright  
11/14/2012   60 comments
Dell SecureWorks has launched new products designed to give organizations practical intelligence about cyberthreats specifically targeting their organizations.
In IT Security, Where There's Smoke... There's Smoke
John Steckbeck  
11/13/2012   38 comments
To protect your organization, think like an attacker, not like a victim.
New PCI Resource Center to Help Merchants With Compliance
Tempy Wright  
11/9/2012   10 comments
If your organization has to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS), you’ll want to visit the new Dell SecureWorks PCI Compliance Resource Center.
Creating a Better Climate to Assess Environmental Change
Kathy Mahady  
11/5/2012   2 comments
IT is helping researchers get to the truth about climate change faster than ever.
University of Cambridge Research Team Gives Jet Engine Technology a Power Boost
Kathy Mahady  
10/31/2012   7 comments
The University of Cambridge's high-performance computing service has developed one of the first GPU-based clusters in the UK.
Datacenter Energy Consumption & Sustainable IT
John Pflueger  
10/15/2012   7 comments
Energy is and will remain one of the most important 21st-century issues, and IT can help solve the problem.
Making the World Safe for VDI
Ann Newman  
9/28/2012   62 comments
You can clear the path to desktop virtualization benefits by knocking down the barriers to entry, one by one.
UK Special Needs Students Gain Control With Tech
Kathy Mahady  
9/26/2012   27 comments
UK educators are using technology to give special needs students a boost in the classroom.
Caterham F1: ‘If Our IT Fails, We Can’t Race’
Kathy Mahady  
9/13/2012   24 comments
Real-time analysis of racing conditions in the car and on the track are now essential to an F1 racing team's success.
The 3 E’s for True Business Process & Tech Integration
David Gemuenden  
9/5/2012   10 comments
Good software development can avoid many problems.
IT Security: Going on the Offensive (or Not)
John Steckbeck  
8/10/2012   54 comments
The best bet in the cybersecurity war might be to avoid picking a fight in the first place.
Partner Spotlight: Talking Security With Kensington
Nicole Smith  
8/3/2012   13 comments
Too many organizations overlook physical security of mobile devices.
Q&A With Netgear: Bringing IP Surveillance to SMBs
Nicole Smith  
8/2/2012   9 comments
For small and midsized businesses, an IP surveillance system can represent opportunity for enhanced security, without breaking budgets.
New Dell SecureWorks Resource Center Offers Tools, Education on Advanced Threats
Tempy Wright  
8/2/2012   1 comment
New resource provides education and advice about the mysterious advanced persistent threat.
Enabling Technology in Schools, Securely & Efficiently
Nicole Smith  
8/1/2012   8 comments
Managed cart solutions from Datamation Systems could make asset management easier and give schools' IT staff a real summer vacation.
Does Your App Portfolio Need a Wellness Check?
David Gemuenden  
7/27/2012   7 comments
Your applications should enable your strategy. Your strategy shouldn’t be enabling your applications.
Desktop Virtualization in Action: University of Toledo
Nicole Smith  
7/26/2012   8 comments
The University of Toledo is using desktop virtualization to give better access to students with disabilities.
Botnet: The ‘Nasty, Smart Fungus’ Among Us
John Steckbeck  
7/20/2012   19 comments
Not sure what a botnet really is? Here's a simple explanation.
Sharpen Your Tech Solutions Chops
Emmet Porter  
7/2/2012   13 comments
Dell now offers a tool for you to sharpen your skills with 20-minute training modules.
Considering Desktop Virtualization? Here Are Some Things You Need to Know
Ana Cantu  
6/22/2012   12 comments
An interview with VMWare's Frank Nydam.
What's Really at the Heart of IT Solutions?
David Gemuenden  
6/8/2012   27 comments
Finding the right technology solutions starts with asking the right business questions.
Cracking the Security Nut Bolsters Hybrid Cloud
Matthew Mikell  
6/8/2012   5 comments
Security fears slow hybrid cloud adoption.
Stop the RAID Striping Madness
Bob Ganley  
6/1/2012   Post a comment
If you really want to get to the next level of efficiency for your datacenter, get out of the business of doing RAID configuration for your storage.
Load Balancing & Redundancy in the Cloud
Stephen Spector  
5/18/2012   23 comments
Load balancers can play roles beyond the obvious ones in your enterprise infrastructure.
Choosing the Right Storage for Microsoft Exchange
Bob Ganley  
5/18/2012   3 comments
The right storage can make a huge difference in your Exchange performance.
Virtualization: Land of the Hypervisor
Stephen Spector  
5/16/2012   8 comments
Take a look at the key technology behind virtualization and the cloud.
Social & Technical Innovation Still Paper-Based in Healthcare?
Elisa Sylvester  
5/14/2012   3 comments
Could one of the oldest human inventions – paper – be the solution to improving point-of-care diagnostics?
Gary Hamel, Jim Stikeleather Talk True Innovation
Linda Lisle  
5/11/2012   3 comments
Innovation is made of more than one-time retreats and huge, disruptive projects.
Innovate & Disrupt: Notes From the Mix
Linda Lisle  
5/10/2012   Post a comment
Learn how to support innovation with human capital, talent management, and organizational structure.
Virtualization: The Building Blocks of Cloud Computing
Stephen Spector  
5/7/2012   10 comments
A refresher on the basics of virtualization will strengthen your understanding of cloud computing.
Let's Put VDI Up-Front Costs in Context
Bob Ganley  
5/2/2012   4 comments
VDI can be a critical part of your evolving infrastructure when you think about the long term for your enterprise.
Supporting IT Efficiency With Segmented Desktop Virtualization Solutions
Rafael Colorado  
4/27/2012   6 comments
Dell is partnering with Citrix to offer two entirely different desktop virtualization solutions, DVS Simplified and DVS Enterprise.
What to Consider When Selecting a Cloud Vendor
Stephen Spector  
4/26/2012   8 comments
When choosing a cloud vendor, don’t start with the cloud. Start by identifying the internal technology requirements and strategy for your company.
Cutting Datacenter Backup Costs: Q&A With Netgear’s Drew Meyer
Ana Cantu  
4/25/2012   1 comment
An interview with Netgear's Drew Meyer.
End-User Computing in Healthcare: Q&A With VMware’s Frank Nydam
Ana Cantu  
4/24/2012   3 comments
Frank Nydam, director of healthcare solutions at VMware, shares his insights on the challenges and opportunities in healthcare IT today.
Mobility in Education: Q&A With Belkin’s Ben Thacker
Ana Cantu  
4/23/2012   8 comments
Mobility is adapting to meet the new computing needs of students, teachers, and school administrators.
9 Steps to Better Data Protection
Bob Ganley  
4/13/2012   22 comments
Your enterprise data protection can improve if you're willing to follow nine simple steps.
Why Object Stores Are the Future of Archiving
Bob Ganley  
4/9/2012   8 comments
There are many options for long-term archive storage, but one option has clear advantages for the enterprise.
What Is a Hybrid Cloud?
Stephen Spector  
4/9/2012   5 comments
Understanding what "hybrid cloud" really means is critical for knowing what one can do for your enterprise.
What Is Platform-as-a-Service?
Stephen Spector  
4/4/2012   3 comments
PaaS allows software developers to build applications running on clouds without having to focus on the cloud delivery and management aspects.
Who Needs a Clustered File System?
Bob Ganley  
3/30/2012   4 comments
The right clustering solution can help you avoid islands of NAS.
What Does Cloud Mean for the Future of Entertainment?
Matthew Mikell  
3/29/2012   16 comments
Cloud computing is saving studios millions in production costs and turning existing business models upside down and inside out.
Satisfied Employees Become Your Brand Champions
Mary Arendes  
3/26/2012   14 comments
Happy employees lead to happy customers.
Cloud Fundamentals: What Is Public Infrastructure-as-a-Service?
Stephen Spector  
3/23/2012   12 comments
Understanding what makes up a cloud can help you decide how to best deploy and manage cloud assets.
Oracle RMAN Is the 'Tax Man'
Bob Ganley  
3/23/2012   12 comments
You have to pay the "tax man" for Oracle when you use RMAN on your Oracle host.
Dell Tech Weekly
Ana Cantu  
3/20/2012   2 comments
This week’s key topics: social media and healthcare IT.
Social Media Aid Builds on Relationships
Ana Cantu  
3/16/2012   12 comments
Dell's Social Media Listening Command Center is the model for the Red Cross's social media efforts in community outreach.
Governor or Governance: How Do You Manage IT?
Bob Ganley  
3/16/2012   10 comments
Is your IT management philosophy centered on trying to slow down the speed of change, or on accelerating innovation? The answer can make a huge difference to the enterprise.
How the Red Cross Uses Social Media to Deliver Aid
Diana Ost  
3/15/2012   9 comments
The Red Cross is extending its reach with the Red Cross Digital Operations Center, a social media center for disaster response.
Data Replication & Disaster Recovery Via the Cloud
Stephen Spector  
3/15/2012   4 comments
Cloud computing can help datacenters meet disaster recovery needs -- if the design and implementation are right.
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TGen IT: Where We're Going Next

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Now that TGen has broken new ground in genomic research by using Dell's storage, cloud, and high-performance computing solutions, the company discusses what will come next for it and for personalized medicine.
On the Case
Better Care Through Better Communications

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The achievements of the TGen/Dell project could improve how all people receive healthcare, because they are creating ways to improve end-to-end communication of medical data.
On the Case
TGen IT: Where We Are Now

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TGen is breaking new ground in genomic research by using Dell's storage, cloud, and high-performance computing solutions.
On the Case
TGen IT: Where We Were

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The Translational Genomics Research Institute wanted to save lives, but its efforts were hobbled by immense computing challenges related to collecting, processing, sharing, and storing enormous amounts of data.
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1,200% Faster

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Through their partnership, Dell and TGen have increased the speed of TGen’s medical research by 1,200 percent.
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IT May Improve Children's Chances of Survival

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IT is helping medical researchers reach breakthroughs in a way and pace never seen before.
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Medical Advances in the Cloud

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TGen and Dell are pushing the boundaries of computing, and harnessing the power of the cloud to improve healthcare.
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TGen: Living the Mission

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TGen's CIO puts the organizational mission at the heart of everything the IT staff does.
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TGen Speeding Up Biomedical Research to Save More Lives

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The Translational Genomics Research Institute is revamping its computing to improve speed, storage, and collaboration – and, most importantly, to save lives.
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Computing Power Helping to Save Children's Lives

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The Translational Genomics Institute’s partnership with Dell is enabling them to treat kids with neuroblastoma more quickly and save more lives.
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The Big Reason to Use Office

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Office and personal productivity tools come in a first-class and coach flavor set, but what makes the difference is primarily little things that most users won't encounter. What's the big issue in using something other than Office, and can you get around it?
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SPONSORED: Mobile Security — A Use Case

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New mobile security solutions can accommodate a wide array of needs, including those of a complex university environment.
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Killing Net Neutrality Might Save You Money

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The DC Court of Appeals voided most of the Neutrality Order, and whatever it might mean for the Internet overall, it might mean better and cheaper Internet VPNs for businesses.
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The Internet of Everythinguseful

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We really don't want an "Internet of Everything" but even building an Internet of Everythinguseful means setting some ground rules to insure there's value in the process and that costs and risks are minimized.
Tom Nolle
Maturing Google Chrome

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Google's Chrome OS has a lot of potential value and a lot of recent press, but it still needs something to make it more than a thin client. It needs cloud integration, it needs extended APIs via web services, and it needs to suck it up and support a hard drive.
Sara Peters
No More Cookie-Cutter IT

12|23|13   |   03.58   |   21 comments


Creating the right combination of technology, people, and processes for your IT organization is a lot like baking Christmas cookies.
Sara Peters
Smart Wigs Not a Smart Idea

12|5|13   |   3:01   |   46 comments


Sony is seeking a patent for wigs that contain computing devices.
Tom Nolle
Cloud in the Wild

12|4|13   |   02:23   |   15 comments


On a recent African trip I saw examples of the value of the cloud in developing nations, for educational and community development programs. We could build on this, but not only in developing economies, because these same programs are often under-supported even in first-world countries.
E2 Editors
SPONSORED: Is Malware Evading Your IPS?

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Intrusion prevention software is supposed to detect and block malware intrusions, but clever malware authors can evade your IPS in these five main ways.
Sara Peters
Where Have All the Mentors Gone?

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A good professional mentor can change your life for the better... but where do you find one?
Tom Nolle
SDN Wars & You Could Win

9|17|13   |   2:10   |   5 comments


VMware's debate with Cisco on SDN might finally create a fusion between an SDN view that's all about software and another that's all about network equipment. That would be good for every enterprise considering the cloud and SDN.
Ivan Schneider
The Future of the Smart Watch

9|12|13   |   3:19   |   39 comments


Wearing a bulky, oversized watch is good training for the next phase in wristwatches: the Internet-enabled, connected watch. Why the smartphone-tethered connected watch makes sense, plus Ivan demos an entirely new concept for the "smart watch."
Tom Nolle
Cutting Your Cloud Storage Costs

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Cloud storage costs are determined primarily by the rate at which files are changed and the possibility of concurrent access/update. If you can structure your storage use to optimize these factors you can cut costs, perhaps to zero.
Sara Peters
Do CIOs Need an IT Background?

8|29|13   |   2:11   |   23 comments


Most of the CIOs interviewed in the How to Become a CIO series did not start their careers as IT professionals. So is an IT background essential?
Ivan Schneider
The Internet Loves Birthdays

8|27|13   |   3:25   |   69 comments


The Internet has evolved into a machine for drumming up a chorus of "Happy Birthday" messages, from family, friends, friends of friends who you added on Facebook, random people that you circled on G+, and increasingly, automated bots. Enough already.