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An introduction to ‘software-defined everything’

‘Software-defined everything’ is a marketing phrase that is gaining traction; it is regularly referenced in business and technology publications, with many thought leaders predicting it to be the next big IT disruptor. But what is this software-defined trend and is it something IT teams should be mindful of? Albie Attias, managing director of IT hardware supplier, King of Servers, explores the trend.

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How to make use of old servers

Albie Attias is managing director of King of Servers. In his line of work, customers regularly ask him what can be done with old/redundant servers. In this piece, he explains how organisations can utilise old hardware.

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NHS cyber-attack: how to respond when disaster strikes

On May 12th, the NHS was harmed by a national cyber-attack. Hackers targeted the backbone of the NHS, tapping into computers, telephone lines, MRI scanners, blood-storage refrigerators and theatre equipment. Surgeons used their mobile phones to communicate, and critical information such as x-ray imaging was delivered on CDs.By Nick Hawkins, Managing Director EMEA at Everbridge.

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Three critical components of every good DR plan

When it comes to weathering a disaster, preparation is 9/10 of the law. But how DO you prepare yourself, exactly? asks Tim Mullahy at Liberty Center One, a data centre in Royal Oaks, MI.

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The ‘Superhighway’ of the data centre

With the launch of the Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor platform – Intel’s biggest data center platform advancement in this decade – CPU architect Akhilesh Kumar shares his perspective on Intel’s architectural approach to addressing the needs of the data center, and how that manifests with the Scalable family’s new “mesh” on-chip interconnect.

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Datto helps keep the wheels on Reading Buses go round and round

Datto enables public transport company to remain operational in the face of growing ransomware threat.

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Technical Discussion: Encryption and Security at High Speed over Distance for IP Storage

Why do so many IP replication solutions lack encryption capabilities, and why is performance an issue when you need to encrypt data inflight? Check out Brocade subject matter experts discussing the challenges of maintaining security while replicating data between data centers at high throughput, including how Brocade addresses this architecturally with IP Extension.

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