Government sysadmins are capable of innovation, but it's tough when you're busy maintaining the status quo via manual processes.
Discovery/Alert 7.0 installs nodes at each data location, allowing analysts to query structured and unstructured data simultaneously.
Agencies are starting to catch on to the idea that software, not hardware, is the key to efficient storage.
Nimbus Data's software offers cloud architects moving to all-flash data centers advanced analytics, an open API and management tools for mobile.
Building a new data center? Maybe, VCE's Vblock is right for you. Want customization? Try NetApp's FlexPod.
The state is putting its IT assets into a primary data center and will use a private cloud infrastructure to deliver services.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory will open a facility this summer that will reuse every bit of its energy.
From private clouds to the commercial providers, software-defined security controls have to stay with workloads wherever they go.
Even if you can't dip your servers in oil or move them outside, there are practical, inexpensive methods you can use to take the heat off.
When moving to Office 365, EPA discovered some Lotus Notes mailboxes with more than a million objects -- and 90T in all in the system -- prompting a new approach to the transition.
Complexity is the enemy of security, says NIST's FISMA lead Ron Ross, and the cloud can help simplify networks.
Sandia National Laboratories' network links 265 buildings and 13,000 ports, while saving space, energy and money.