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Servers provide the reliability and power necessary to handle many users at once. Tom’s Hardware can help you find the server technology to fit your needs, from modest SOHO servers to “big iron.”

news - OCTOBER 26 30

There is a new tool that enables a basic PC to execute a denial-of-service (DoS) attack and take out an encrypting SSL server.

news - OCTOBER 20 35

A recently published bulletin by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security shows that the government has a close eye on hacker group Anonymous, especially in their shift in interest.

news - OCTOBER 16 11

To expand on its enterprise storage solutions, OCZ has introduced two mSATA SSDs; Deneva 2 and Intrepid Series, for OEM clients.

news - OCTOBER 11 16

Microsoft has filed a patent for a technology that would enable multiple users to wirelessly connect to a single computing device and share a desktop session.

reviews - OCTOBER 6 46

We got our hands on four SAS 6 Gb/s RAID controllers from Adaptec, Areca, HighPoint, and LSI and ran them through RAID 0, 5, 6, and 10 workloads to test their mettle. Does your system need eight more ports of...

news - OCTOBER 4 14

Fusion-io announced the ioDrive 2 at Oracle OpenWorld. As successor to the ioDrive Duo, the flash drive delivers twice the bandwidth for slightly less cost.

news - OCTOBER 3 21

GamersPortal is finally giving the gamer crowd a proper place to congregate.

news - SEPTEMBER 29 30

HP's board has done it again. Leo Apotheker was fired, seemingly without much deliberation, from the CEO post. Successor Meg Whitman inherits a half-baked strategy that has HP dangling between a...

news - SEPTEMBER 23 12

Imperva's latest report reveals that web applications are attacked by SQL injection an average of 71 times per hour.

news - SEPTEMBER 22 27

The end of the Apotheker era begins now.

news - SEPTEMBER 22 9

D-Link announced the DSN-4000 Series xStack Storage iSCSI SAN Array, which targets secondary server applications such as disaster recovery, backup, surveillance, and archiving in small to mid-size businesses.

reviews - SEPTEMBER 15 19

Learn about the glue that holds our networks together in this LAN primer. We cover network types, wired, Wi-Fi, protocols, and alternate networking solutions to deliver a complete picture of traditional and...

news - SEPTEMBER 9 30

A patent filing details IBM's plans to take the building blocks of the Sequoia supercomputer to a performance level of 100 PFlop/s.

reviews - SEPTEMBER 3 52

Apparently, HP's preferred course of action is spinning its Personal Systems Group off into its own entity. But that's not necessarily what will happen. Would our world as enthusiasts change if HP ended up...

news - AUGUST 26 48

Intel's new Sandy Bridge-E Xeon Models Listed...

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The Internet's curvy figure.

reviews - AUGUST 24 56

From the humble beginnings of mechanical adding machines to today's multi-core processors, we recount the early developments that took us to where we are today. We also include a convenient timetable showing...

news - AUGUST 10 26

IBM's ambitious Blue Waters supercomputer project apparently drowned in complex technology and a flood of unexpected costs.

news - AUGUST 5 41

In addition to pre-order items offered by select retailers, there will be two editions of Battlefield 3 when it launches in October.

news - AUGUST 2 26

There is a new server count estimate that puts the number of Google's servers not to far under 1 million.

news - JUNE 21 13

BestConfigs is back, and we're ready to update our pre-defined configurations using the top hardware suggestions presented and voted-on by our community. Use our Tom's Hardware System Builder Facebook app or...

news - JUNE 17 47

Hack the hackers!

reviews - JUNE 14 25

The market is brimming with motherboard options, and businesses of all sizes face the unenviable task of trying to decide which vendor to place at the heart of their productivity desktops.

news - JUNE 2 21

That's a lot of... "anatomy media"

news - MAY 26 51

If only they cook hook that up to your gaming PC...

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Google has violated a Linux-related patent and has to pay Bedrock Technologies $5 million in damages.