HP goes RISC hunting with the first Xeon E7 v2 server to market.
Qnap’s 8-bay NAS appliance offers top speed and has interesting virtualisation features on the horizon.
Boston’s new Quattro 1396-T uses an innovative design to take rack server density to the next level.
Dell’s next generation of EqualLogic IP SAN disk arrays are injected with features that provide a big boost in performance.
HP server customers that haven't paid for extended support or care packs to be hit with new charges.
The R400 may be light on storage features but you won’t find a 1U rack with better Dropbox support.
Check Point’s 1100 Appliance offers plug and play enterprise level security at an affordable price.
Deal marks end of months of speculation about Big Blue's plans to exit the x86 market.
Chinese PC maker has reportedly restarted talks to acquire IBM's low-end server business unit.
HP’s popular little MicroServer gets a complete Gen8 makeover and some quality remote management features.
Barracuda’s Backup Server 490 streamlines your entire on-site, off-site and cloud data backup strategies with a single solution.
Dell’s flagship 2U rack server gets a big boost with Xeon E5-2600 v2 CPUs, faster memory and lightning quick SSD read caching.
Dell beefs up its blade server with higher CPU densities, an innovative IP SAN blade and 40GbE converged Ethernet.
Calxeda runs out of money despite apparent industry interest in ARM servers.
Offering a big boost in security features and performance, Dell SonicWALL NAS 2600 remains affordable for SMBs.
New hardware is fastest and most advanced in UK, claims institution.
Qsan’s storage appliance combines fast 10GbE performance with ZFS data protection and it's good value.
Firm debuts the world’s first 8-drive 1U rack appliance.
The RS2414RP+ is Synology’s first 12-bay business rack NAS appliance but is the Atom CPU up to the job?
Power and cooling issues may be less of a concern for data centre managers, but is there a case for radical new technologies?
Eugene Kaspersky on the cyber jungle
Head of National Cyber Crime Unit laments IT skills gap
Oxford University teaches robots to keep secrets
BYOD hailed as answer to enterprise Windows XP upgrade woes
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