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November 12, 2015
When you talk about "infrastructures," most people – including IT professionals – automatically envision a few hundred desktops, dozens of servers, and a bunch of dedicated storage systems. But the truth is, they start building those infrastructures much earlier, with the purchase of their first server. So it's all the more important to buy the right system from the get-go – one that's flexible enough to fit into varying usage scenarios and serve as a building block for expanding environments. Fujitsu's refreshed trio of mono-socket PRIMERGY rack and tower servers meets both demands.
 
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November 09, 2015
The IT revolution of the past decades has massively altered the ways in which individuals and organizations work. At the same time, it has sparked a multitude of ongoing debates about issues such as data growth, performance bottlenecks or optimal compute and networking architectures. Equally important, but somewhat less popular is the topic of critical, database-reliant workloads, so-called database applications: in a world that's increasingly IT-dependent, their number is also constantly on the rise. Unfortunately, the number of adequate server systems that can handle such jobs without wrecking budget plans is fairly limited. Fujitsu's second-generation PRIMEQUEST 2000 systems were built to end that scarcity.
 
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November 07, 2015
Aside from earthquakes, fires and floods, there are only very few things IT departments dread as much as current fluctuations, power outages, and the data and revenue losses that follow. To counter these, they will typically deploy external uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) to keep servers and storage systems running until they can be shut down in organized manner. The problem with UPSs, however, is that they're bulky, expensive and hard to manage. Fujitsu's Integrated Battery Backup Unit for PRIMERGY Servers (FJBU) is a far better alternative.
 
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October 01, 2015
Server racks are often considered the dullest parts of a data center. After all, what should be interesting about pieces of furniture that typically look like someone had allowed IKEA designers to cast their artistic visions in steel? At second glance, however, they turn out to be far more sophisticated than most people expect – and hence more relevant for building modern DC infrastructures. Fujitsu's new PRIMECENTER M2 rack family is a perfect example.
 
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September 17, 2015
What happens to a company that suddenly loses larger parts of its core data, such as the product or customer database, logistical or configuration information regarding virtual servers? Maybe not a lot at first, but if data and applications aren't available again on the third day, even the most tolerant clients and suppliers may start looking for alternatives. Or imagine an online shop that is not accessible within a few seconds. Many visitors will simply leave the website and buy somewhere else. The best way to prevent such catastrophic events is to build IT infrastructures that have high availability (HA) built in and support fast and concise backup and recovery. Fujitsu's server and storage systems enable businesses to do just that – so they can get back on track as fast as possible.
 
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September 02, 2015
With server performance and density growing on an annual basis and data centers ever expanding, keeping the appropriate operating temperature can turn into a real challenge both from a technical and a financial perspective. This is particularly true for so-called scale-out environments, i.e. farms of server clusters that handle massively parallel workloads, as well as for high-performance computing (HPC). With Fujitsu's new Cool-Central® Liquid Cooling Technology in place, administrators can sit back and chill out.
 
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August 10, 2015
Given today's omnipresence of compute operations and the unbroken trend towards massive data growth, it's only natural that CIOs and their teams start looking for ways to boost the productivity of the infrastructures they manage. Fujitsu's PRIMERGY servers and ETERNUS storage systems provide the required rock-solid basis for running a business and staying competitive.
 
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July 22, 2015
Delivering the right information to the right person at the right time has been a prerequisite for running successful businesses since the days grain trade first emerged in Ancient Egypt. In today's hyper-connected economy, following this key rule is of even greater vital importance than at any point in history. Sadly, many organizations are still unprepared to adapt to this ever-increasing demand for efficiency. Fujitsu's PRIMEFLEX integrated systems are designed to help companies meet this requirement.
 
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July 16, 2015
Although reports about its final demise have been pouring in for well over a decade, tape storage is still pretty much alive – and basically indispensable for all organizations that have to ensure long-term data retention. Fujitsu's ETERNUS LT series of tape systems tends to these customers' needs, with the latest addition to the roster being an upgraded version of the ETERNUS LT260 tape library first introduced in 2014.
 
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July 06, 2015
Like many other network management and security functions, load balancing and application delivery control can be implemented on a hard- or a software basis. With our comprehensive portfolio of LoadMaster™ products, we at KEMP cover both types of solutions.
 
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June 29, 2015
Part 2 of our four-part blog explains which features distinguish a state-of-the-art load balancer from the more regular models.
 
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June 26, 2015
Modern web and application infrastructures are continuously expanding: shop systems, customer communication, order management, helpdesks, internal collaboration and communications as well as various backend applications all demand their fair share of server performance and uptime. To prevent this slew of systems from cannibalizing each other, large corporations have long used efficient network management techniques and a special type of network device called a server load balancer or application delivery controller. Our four-part blog provides you with a first insight into the technology and how it can be put to good use in SMB scenarios.
 
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June 25, 2015
Planning and building IT infrastructures is anything but easy – not just from a technical, but also from a business and timing perspective. CIOs and their teams typically want to treat 'their' users to the latest, most advanced services and features, while CFOs and their crews need to keep their companies' hard- and software investments in check. FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY Long Lifecycle (LLC) Versions can help both sides find a middle ground.
 
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June 18, 2015
In this era of data-driven business models, companies cannot afford to lose even the smallest bit of information or struggle with data availability. This rule applies to all firms, regardless of industry or size – "big pharma" is just as dependent on high-quality data as the retailer next door. Sadly, storage products for small and medium enterprises often lack a number of functions that would ensure they can compete with the big boys. Fujitsu's third-generation ETERNUS DX100 all-in-one storage system provides them.
 
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June 17, 2015
In recent years, organizations have come to regard an increasing number of workloads as critical to their business operations. As a result, the demand for improved application and data availability is constantly on the rise. That's why Fujitsu created its own set of 'availability-optimized' solutions, now marketed as parts of the new PRIMEFLEX brand.
 
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June 16, 2015
Data leakage and data loss have been identified as major security threats to modern IT architectures for a long time. But these incidents aren't always the result of hacker attacks or theft committed by frustrated employees. Instead, various successful attacks were only possible due to improper disk sanitization.
 
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June 10, 2015
Protecting valuable confidential business data and ensuring customers' as well as employees' right to privacy is among the noblest tasks assigned to IT departments of today. Coping with it, however, also is one of the toughest jobs imposed on administrators and end users alike – especially in a time where criminals as well as state agencies seek to steal info from or take over everything from single PCs to entire networks. That's why Fujitsu offers Workplace Protect and Workplace Manager, two tools that simplify taking protective measures.
 
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May 26, 2015
Notebooks, 2 in 1s and tablets all have one advantage in common: they enable users to work from wherever they want at any time they choose. These devices accompany their users at all times and closely accommodate individual work styles. Fujitsu's comprehensive selection of accessories adds features and functionalities that personalize the user experience.
 
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May 22, 2015
Market research and customer feedback we hear about at Fujitsu events and in customer workshops indicate that more and more organizations are willing to roll out 2 in 1 devices. That's only logical, since these tablet/notebook hybrids seem to offer a near-perfect mixture of mobility and productivity. Still IT departments oftentimes stop short of actual deployments, because devices they evaluate are less fit for productive use than they ought to be. Fujitsu's 2 in 1s are different – one could call them productive by design.
 
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May 08, 2015
Since the turn of the century, once exotic applications like predictive analysis, high-frequency trading, simulation or real-time communication/collaboration have turned into common techniques that lay the groundwork for our hyper-connected economy. While the results are generally positive, the side effects can be profound for organizations that need to follow the trend to stay competitive. That's because these applications only function properly on exceptionally robust, near-infallible backend systems – meaning, mainframe computers with Unix-based OS's and an unusually heavy price tag. And for a long time, standard servers with x86 technology were no alternative.
 
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