How users accidentally break IT equipment

Do the users in your organization know they shouldn’t actually use their company-issued laptops on their laps? Don’t bet on it.

Vendor resold copier with company’s sensitive data

Almost every office copier and multifunction printer contains an internal hard drive that saves images of the documents that are scanned or printed – and if companies aren’t careful, those images could end up in the hands of criminals.

Securely dispose of old PCs: 5 key steps

IT departments typically focus on keeping computers secure while they’re in use – but mistakes made when machines are recycled can lead to big security breaches, too.

Companies lose $5,000 per minute during data center outages

Obviously, no company wants its data center to go down. But just how much is lost during those outages?

4 steps to take before virtualizing servers

By now, you’ve likely heard a lot about the benefits of virtualization. But is your company ready to take advantage?

5 practical power-saving tips for the server room

Many data centers may be in need of an upgrade to the power system. But before making a big overhaul, there are some things IT can do to stretch the life of the current infrastructure.

Report: Every employee generates 3TB of data a year

How much data do companies process every year? It’s a number so high, you may have never even heard of it.

Survey: Companies using green IT to save money

Looks like going green is catching on with the people making tech decisions for their companies. What areas are they focusing on?

Study busts myth about laptop batteries

There are a lot of common beliefs about prolonging the lives of phone and laptop batteries – but not all of them are true.

Survey reveals missing piece in most virtualization projects

When companies implement server virtualization, there’s a key element many neglect to plan for: