From Live Migration to server core switching, we examine the key virtualization features of Windows Server 2012.
Faced with rising energy costs, IT is looking for greener alternatives. Could Iceland play a leading role?
"Turn off computers at night" is a simplistic solution to saving energy. For a more efficient approach to lowering your energy costs, consider the benefits of load-adaptive computing technology.
Big Blue has announced its biggest and brawniest Big Iron system to date. Thanks to a new analytics-based health assessment capability, it might be the smartest-ever mainframe, too.
Exploiting the lower costs of energy during the night can help your data center cut its energy costs.
Strong demand for its ClearPath mainframe platform helped boost Unisys' profits in Q2.
Even though Big Blue’s revenues shrank, its earnings increased last quarter.
Benefits, challenges, and best practices for incorporating a modular data center into your environment.
Hardware migrations can be tricky. We discuss the keys to Kansas City Southern Railway's migration from mainframe to Linux.
Co-location facilities, mirrored data, hot-standby servers -- data center managers are doing all they can to avoid the debilitating effects of power outages. Or are they?
With the proper process controls, you can now allow access for any class of device and "future proof" yourself from what comes next.
Data centers growth has IT looking for alternatives. Is moving our processing and storage chores to the cloud a solution, or does it just shift the problem somewhere else?
For most organizations, choosing between Big Blue's two hybrid computing visions is simple, but what about shops that need both? That's where it gets tricky.
Load balancers play a vital role in any organization where productivity must remain high. Here are five reasons you need to put a load balancer to work in your environment.
If IT's too costly, that's because it's too labor-intensive. IBM positions PureSystems as a focused effort to cut -- if not slash -- these labor costs.
Most shops don't yet sanction bring-your-own-device, but it's likely they will in the long term.
Demand for mainframes dropped off late last year -- and was down in the first three months of 2012, too. Is it time for Big Iron boosters to start worrying? No -- it's all good.
Just because you can't name the last IBM i-specific security issue doesn't mean your IBM i platform is secure.
Given the success IBM has had with its RISC-Unix business, PowerLinux doesn't seem like a bad idea, but will its success come at the expense of AIX?