The updates include new Office 365 capabilities and the general availability of Dynamics CRM 2016, along with a new PowerApps service.
The memory cards can withstand temperatures from -40 to 85 degrees Celsius and are meant for small-form-factor devices with demanding performance and capacity requirements. Plus, they’re also waterproof, static proof, X-ray proof, and shock proof.
The N5810PRO provides data security from both unforeseen human and natural factors, with the mini UPS, free Intel Security, and several levels of RAID to keep data safe.
The new Cloud Productivity and Mobility Solution Offerings, or CPM, include consulting services for Windows 10, cloud and mobility consulting, and industry-specific vertical applications.
The center will be part of a new approach toward how the company protects, detects, and responds to threats. It will bring together security response experts from across the company to help protect, detect, and respond to threats in real-time.
It's the ideal NAS server for growing businesses, Synology says, with 2GB RAM, two Gigabit LAN ports with failover, and a tool-less drive bay design.
At the SC15 trade show this week, Supermicro released a number of new products, including 2U TwinPro SuperServers and a 1U 48-port top-of-rack network switch. The products are specially designed for HPC clusters.
GIGABYTE has announced two new rackmount servers (1U and 2U) that offer support for the NVMe storage interface. The company made the announcement at the Supercomputing 2015 show being held this week in Austin, TX.
Seagate rolled out three new ClusterStor archive storage systems with varying capabilities, features, and tools for high-performance computing. All will be available in the first half of next year.
When it comes to servers, storage, and networking, it’s all about density, performance, and energy savings. Supermicro is an industry leader when it comes to those things, and its new 4U SuperStorage server continues that tradition.
Fresh off of HP’s split into two companies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise came out with two new servers and new offerings that integrate the financial services and options for server, storage, networking, and services.
ATEN’s VM Seamless Switch Series acts as the brain behind video walls and other multi-display digital signage.
ViewSonic’s LightStream PJD7325 (1,024 x 768 resolution) and PJD7525W (1,280 x 800) are 4000-lumen projectors that stand apart from the pack with their enhanced color and brightness level and exceptional audio/video technologies.
TRENDnet launched its new 10GbE category with three new fiber SFP+ modules designed to support the backbone of demanding business networks while helping to eliminate bottlenecking without losing ports or needing additional equipment.
Supermicro took the newest addition to the NVIDIA Tesla Accelerated Computing Platform--the Tesla M40--and packed it into a new line of SuperServer and SuperBlade products.
The company says the newest products offer maximum performance per watt for enterprise, data center, cloud, and embedded applications.
The company says its new NVDIMM combines NAND flash reliability, DRAM performance, and an optional power source.
In a release announcing the partnership, the companies stated the “multifaceted relationship” will offer the best of both companies: routing, data center, networking, cloud, mobility, management and control, and global services.
Fujitsu announced it is adding two more models to its lineup of workstations. The CELSIUS J and CELSIUS W models support the latest Intel Xeon E3-1200 v5 family of processors and feature professional-level graphics cards.
With the partnership, Red Hat Enterprise Linux will be the preferred choice for enterprise Linux workloads on Microsoft Azure.
Giada Technology has announced a new series of single-socket ATX motherboards that support Intel's Xeon E5 V3 (Grantley) CPUs. The N50M-BO series of servers brings support for DDR4 and has 10x6Gbps SATA slots for massive storage access.
Smartphones, wearables, websites that track user behavior, and a number of other newer technologies add up to a digital world where the lack of privacy is readily apparent. And it shows no signs of getting better soon.
SanDisk has updated its FlashSoft software for Microsoft Windows Server, Microsoft Hyper-V, and Linux, adding new features to speed application performance acceleration three to five times compared to previous solutions.
The DataShield portable USB 3.0 external hard drives are both lightweight and easy to use while providing military-grade 256-bit AES encryption, protecting data even if the drive is removed.
Tripp Lite took its line of best-selling wallmount rack enclosures and made it even better with new options such as sizes from 5U to 26U, clear acrylic windows, black or white powder coating, and NEMA features for harsh environments.
With nFinity Drive, you have multiple options for sharing files and folders with both internal and external contacts while retaining full control over your data and the ability to set access policies.
Fujitsu is showing off its new M10 servers at Oracle OpenWorld this week. The servers, which are sold under the brand names Fujitsu M10 in the U.S. and SPARC M10 in Japan, feature Fujitsu SPARC64 X+/X processors and run on Oracle Solaris.
Perdemia’s updated Permission Analyzer application can help alleviate some of the struggles of managing NTFS permissions and eliminate troubles when adding permissions for users or contractors.