Tuesday, June 24, 2014

3 steps for moving Cisco's Catalyst 6500 to the Nexus 9000

Oracle says Oregon governor spiked Obamacare site for political reasons | Catalog engines enable simplified backup migrations

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3 steps for moving Cisco's Catalyst 6500 to the Nexus 9000
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Oracle says Oregon governor spiked Obamacare site for political reasons
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Catalog engines enable simplified backup migrations
Despite the better features, lower prices and reduced complexity offered by newer enterprise backup software vendors, the need to maintain access to data for legal and compliance needs have locked companies into their current provider. Read More

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New products of the week 06.23.14
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Review: Open source proxy servers are capable, but a bit rough around the edges
Artica scores highest in four-product test, IPFire, Squid and Apache also deliver solid proxy services. Read More

Nvidia abandons 64-bit Denver chip for servers
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Facebook reveals its "Wedge" open data-center switch
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Dear FCC: Please don't let me watch football
I can understand why millionaire NFL team owners would lobby the FCC in an effort to dissuade that regulatory body from ditching its so-called “TV blackout rule.” After all, the rule requires that 85% of an NFL team’s ridiculously priced “non-premium” seats be sold or a game cannot be shown on TV (free or otherwise).Who wouldn’t want to protect such a sweet racket?What I don’t understand is how these millionaire NFL team owners could envision me – a lifelong fan and former season-ticket holder – getting behind this effort to convince the FCC to continue playing a role in stopping me from watching football.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More


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