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By: Macquarie Telecom     Published Date: Jan 11, 2011
How a web hosting provider can help relieve the pressure of managing your online presence.
Tags : macquarie telecom, website hosting provider, outsourcing services, data centre, dedicated server, bandwidth performance, security, telecommunication
     Macquarie Telecom
By: McAfee     Published Date: Mar 08, 2013
Protect sensitive information in emerging computing models such as virtualized environments. Learn how to leverage the same security architecture to provide more effective and more efficient data security across dedicated database servers as well.
Tags : database security, virtual database environments, database virtualization, database activity monitoring, vm to vm transactions, virtual machines, virtual appliance, distributed database monitoring, memory based sensors
     McAfee
By: IBM     Published Date: Dec 03, 2008
For workloads that traditionally require dual-processor systems, such as e-mail and collaboration, Web serving and Java-based applications, IBM offers the System x3350. It's also ideal for server deployments that require a dedicated server with high RAS features. For extensive details, download the product guide.
Tags : ibm, express seller, ibm system x3350, uniprocessor server, x3350 product guide, high-performance, quad-core, dual-core, xeon processor, integrated level 2 cache, performance, energy, efficient, less power, heat, low voltage, reduce, energy costs, system x 3350, 3350
     IBM
By: UK2 Group     Published Date: Apr 27, 2015
In this white paper, we’ll explore the difference between two different approaches and highlight where and how dedicated servers can not only give you better performance, reliability, control and security, but can be just as attractive as cloud in terms of both flexibility and cost efficiency.
Tags : uk2 group, data center, servers, cloud hosting, web hosting, cloud, cloud computing, outsource
     UK2 Group
By: NetApp     Published Date: Mar 05, 2018
Disaster recovery (DR) from remote sites with dedicated servers, storage, and networking gear has long been a best practice for mission-critical applications. However, other applications and data have often gone unprotected due to the costs required for redundant DR assets that are seldom, if ever, utilized. The ability to move DR to the cloud has changed the picture and enabled IT organizations to build more robust DR strategies than had been possible in the past.
Tags : netapp, database performance, flash storage, data management, cost challenges
     NetApp
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