In July’s feature we looked at the recent trend of vendors offering pre-integrated packages of infrastructure, combining servers, storage, networking in the one physical box. This month, Andrew Collins wonders how these integrated boxes fit into a security strategy.
Sixty per cent of data centre managers plan to increase technology spending.
Pre-integrated stacks of servers, storage and networking the latest thing in the world of IT infrastructure31 August, 2010 by Andrew Collins*
Pre-integrated stacks of servers, storage and networking are the latest thing in the world of IT infrastructure. But how long will they stick around, and what effect will they have on the security vendors? Andrew Collins investigates.
Forget separate stacks of networking, storage and servers. The latest trend among vendors and service providers is to offer complete, pre-integrated unified infrastructure platforms. Andrew Collins looks at whether integration equals innovation.
Curtin University of Technology’s students and colleagues benefit from its CIO Peter Nikoletatos’s fascination with technology and its potential. These lucky people get to use and experience the most innovative technology. Merri Mack speaks to Nikoletatos about what drives him.
Voice&Data interviewed Greg Boorer, Founder and Managing Director of the state-of-the art data centre Canberra Data Centres, and found out that he is a passionate advocate of running a smart, green data centre for the benefit of his clients.
It's business as usual for 3Com despite Hewlett-Packard's projected acquistion of the company which should come to fruition in 2010. 3Com has just appointed a new Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand.
While CIOs continue to focus on maximising the value of their data centre investments, we’ll see vendors develop technologies like virtualisation and automation that will help to drive down costs and improve quality of service as they mature and gain traction. HP’s Mark Nielsen outlines how customers will benefit from increasing flexibility of choice for their infrastructure, either by building it themselves, outsourcing it or tapping into cloud-related services.
AMP NETCONNECT has introduced the SL Series AMP-TWIST Side Entry modular jack, the side entry jack, fully-compatible, 10Gig connector.
Eaton has introduced the Kyoritsu high-performance Digital Multimeter range. The range includes four models: the 1051, 1052, 1061 and 1062.
A survey has revealed that CFOs will still spend on IT systems to reduce costs and increase efficiencies.
IT managers lose out in decision making for new projects in current economic climate.
A technology infrastructure deal has been awarded to EDS by the federal governmnent.
The N10 laptop with 10.2" screen is now available.
The joint Communications Logical Data Model and Enterprise Data Warehouse Roadmap (CLDM/EDWr) solution helps develop processes that govern how data flows through service providers’ systems.