Chris Preimesberger, September 24, 2018 2:37 PM
Enterprise Tech Videos
DAILY VIDEO: Cisco brings Webex Edge services to enterprise data centers, and Newegg is the latest retailer to be a victim of the Magecart malware.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple iOS 12 isn't flashy but has improved security and performance, and Lenovo and NetApp combine forces in servers and all-flash storage.
DAILY VIDEO: Linus Torvalds steps back from Linux kernel 4.19 leadership, and the new CloudBees Suite addresses DevOps gaps in software delivery.
DAILY VIDEO: Jamf launches day-zero support for Apple's iOS 12 and tvOS 12, and Google announces Stackdriver Workspaces for monitoring cloud resources.
DAILY VIDEO: Google releases details on its cloud data deletion process, and mobile carriers join together for the Project Verify authentication effort.
Cisco Rolls Out Webex Edge Services to Data Centers
iOS 12 Improves Security, Performance of iPhones, iPads
Torvalds Steps Back From Linux Leadership to Fix 'Tooling'...
Jamf Provides Day-Zero Support for Apple's iOS 12,...
Google Whitepaper Explains Cloud Data Deletion Process
Dell’s latest Intel-based PowerEdge servers bring new levels of operational efficiency and flexibility while extending industry-leading reliability and uptime.
The Dell PowerEdge T630 is a mainstream 2S/5U rack-mount tower server with a versatile mix of configuration options, performance, and scalability. The Intel-based T630 is designed for mid-size...
The Dell PowerEdge R730xd, also based on Intel Xeon processors, is one of the world's densest server-side storage servers, with more than 100 TB of flash storage in a 2U chassis. It delivers...
With the introduction of the Dell PowerEdge FM 120x4, Dell and Intel are bringing to market a server that can actually save on operating costs as it scales.
The Dell PowerEdge R630 is a mainstream 2S/1U rack server that delivers incredible density across a range of resources, enabling highly flexible data center scaling. With its powerful Intel Xeon...