IT professionals may carry a great amount of power, but with great power comes great responsibility.
Microsoft's is introducing an Azure "appliance" that will first be used publicly by eBay, and sold by the likes of Dell and HP.
The next-gen of Intel SSDs using 25nm flash are coming later this year.
Fancy name for a storage device.
How about a PlayStation 3 bundle for your old man?
With its latest announcements of XenServer-related products, Citrix has strengthened its ability to provide more capable disaster recovery (DR) and business continuity services using its server virtualization...
HP has announced an expensive restructuring plan that will see 9,000 people lose their jobs.
That's a lot more cores than we've got right now in our systems.
There were a lot of unhappy people when Sony disabled Linux support on the PS3 and it seems among them was one of Sony's biggest customers: The United States Air Force.
The more cores, the more hardcore.
This diskless NAS is datacenter and cloud-ready.
New SSDs geared for high-end gaming, medical imaging, and more.
ARM CEO Warren East said that ARM-based servers should appear in 2011.
Microsoft today showed off a little sneak peek of the next version of Windows Home Server.
HP's new theme for its Integrity line of servers is blade-based.
Sounds like many HP Integrity servers will get a new chassis after living in the same box for seven years.
The cheapest server this outlet provides starts at $1324.74.
Dell is moving beyond the box, offering two cloud computing solutions.
Fujitsu is changing the way servers exhale with its new Primergy CX1000 server.
Stacking five together provides data centers 80 TB of storage.
Ford going green to save some green.
Could Windows do battle with Linux in the high performance category, and win?
Someday, these could be Skynet.
New Unisys servers will support the latest Intel Xeon processors.
IBM plans to release two new integrated systems for large-scale data analysis.
Only six percent of Itanium systems run Microsoft Windows.