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.
Obviously, no company wants its data center to go down. But just how much is lost during those outages?
By now, you’ve likely heard a lot about the benefits of virtualization. But is your company ready to take advantage?
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.
How much data do companies process every year? It’s a number so high, you may have never even heard of it.
Looks like going green is catching on with the people making tech decisions for their companies. What areas are they focusing on?
There are a lot of common beliefs about prolonging the lives of phone and laptop batteries – but not all of them are true.
When companies implement server virtualization, there’s a key element many neglect to plan for:
Though it might not get as much attention as big hardware and software purchases, energy use is a large part of an IT department’s budget — and one that can usually be trimmed significantly.
Cloud storage is gaining popularity among cash-strapped IT departments. But what are companies using it for?