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Monthly Archives: May 2011

Data centers 'expanding fast'

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Data centers around the world are expanding at a rapid pace, it has been noted.

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Investment issuer invests in business intelligence

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An investment issuer has chosen to invest in a business intelligence firm, citing its growing potential as their reason for doing so.

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Small businesses 'could be lacking in security resources'

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Small businesses might want to consider outsourcing their management of cloud data as it has been suggested that their internal resources could be insufficient to deal with security.

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'Smarter' rack solutions popular in data centers

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Smarter racks with a greater number of features appear to be increasing in popularity in data centers around the world.

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Facebook 'stress-tests' new data center

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Social network Facebook has been stress-testing its new company-owned data center.

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'More than half' of software purchases to be open source

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Open source software appears to be becoming increasingly popular, with more than half (56 per cent) of software purchases in the next year expected to fall into this category.

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SaaS is just one option for cloud computing

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Organizations which are keen to move some applications onto cloud computing have a number of choices.

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'Damaged data' can result from outages

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Unplanned data center outages can cost companies a significant amount of money and put their data at risk of damage.

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SaaS 'can help businesses'

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Businesses are able to benefit from Software as a Service (SaaS) in a variety of different ways.

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Data centers boast 'ultra-low PUE'

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Data centers run by search giant Google boast ultra-low power usage effectiveness (PUE).

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