These days, most companies have at least begun to virtualize their systems. One of the big advantages of virtualizing a server is that we can take a “snapshot” of the box, attempt some questionable update, and if anything goes wrong, we can just “revert to snapshot”. Lots of administrators end up with snapshot-sprawl, with every [...]
First WEP and now WPA. I guess its only a matter of time for any encryption protocol. It's not a full fledged red alert as devices using AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) algorithm, and devices using WPA2 are still ok for the time being. Check out this article on Yahoo Tech. http://tech.yahoo.com/blogs/null/147906 More to come here
I have found a great toll that will make any flash drive bootable. Download the tool here: http://www.bootdisk.com/plan081009/hpflash1.zip This tool is from HP and will make any drive bootable with an easy to use interface.
I was chatting with a customer yesterday on their Network Infrastructure Consolidation effort when the topic turned to the features of the VMware vSphere product line. I found this comparison chart on the VMware web site and want to share it. It includes all the product editions from the free ESXi - Single Server, the [...]
Team, Here is the presentation on the training we took last week that explains the Dell Management Console (DMC) Features and Benefits. There are some new features that work well with our tools to provide our customers a quicker response to issues and increased Network Infrastructure uptime. We can start leveraging the Discovery, Inventory, Reporting, [...]