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26.05.2016, 09:45
DX200 REC - additionell software???
DenBir
Hello everybody,we implement 2 DX200 with synchronous REC (ACM REC License). We need additional soft...
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27.04.2016, 10:26
Eternus LT20 S2 and Esxi 6
mario.lansys
Thanks
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27.04.2016, 10:14
Eternus LT20 S2 and Esxi 6
tbckr
Hello Mário,Unfortunately, virtualization won't work with the ETERNUS LT20 S2 because the system doe...
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May 09, 2016
Today's server systems perform legions of critical functions they weren't tasked with five or ten years ago. As a result, the systems themselves are getting ever more complex, and the same goes for the management duties of a typical server administrator. At the same time, users increasingly depend on reliable IT services and infrastructures, and are becoming less tolerant of delays or downtimes. IT departments are thus forced to look for 'management methods' that will allow them to handle the growing complexity with more ease and confidence. One of these methods is called out-of-band or lights-out management (LOM) and has undergone substantial improvements in the latest edition of Fujitsu's ServerView® Suite.
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April 15, 2016
Like every version of Microsoft's prominent desktop OS, Windows 10 comes with a number of security enhancements designed to protect data, systems, networks and users from attack schemes. Typically, these mechanisms work pretty well, – but they still leave room for improvement for security-aware users working in sensitive fields or with sensitive data. In such use cases, Fujitsu's Workplace Protect solution offers the required extra layer of defense.
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March 31, 2016
With new, fourth-generation Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 (aka Broadwell-EP) processors under the hood, Fujitsu's PRIMERGY M2 servers fit into an even broader range of usage scenarios than their predecessors.
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