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tbckr | 08.03.2017, 12:02
Hello Magpie,Fujitsu support tells us that the FUTRO L620 offers one Ethernet port (RJ-45) as descri...
Magpie | 03.03.2017, 22:38
Does an option/capability exist to utilize fiber optic NIC interface with FUTRO L620 exist?
St.Jo | 20.02.2017, 09:42
Quote from JosepLluisAG:On the other hand, note that now it is activated through the space bar ...

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April 24, 2017
For more than a decade, debates about new data center strategies for a hyper-connected world have centered on cloud computing and virtualization. Meanwhile, more and more organizations are trying to build on lessons learned and extend virtualization to other IT resources by setting up their own Software Defined Data Center (SDDC). However, the move is considered anything but easy because of myriad technical interdependencies, and so IT departments often shy away from these projects. For these potential customers, we developed PRIMEFLEX for VMware Cloud Foundation.
 
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April 20, 2017
The Digital Transformation of our economies and societies is well underway, keeping organizations from all sectors in some kind of permanent alert state. As could be expected, the wave has also reached SMEs, who are by now reviewing their options regarding the readjustment of their IT infrastructures for the new era. Our upcoming WebTalk explores the options that exist in the server area.
 
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April 19, 2017
Are your SME customers looking for storage systems that will easily adapt to any demand in terms of growth, business continuity, and efficiency? Then our upcoming webcast about the key advantages of Fujitsu's new ETERNUS DX S4 disk storage systems is a must.
 
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April 15, 2017
Following the success of our first TechCommunity Client Solutions Workshop in 2015, we are now preparing a new edition of this highly attractive expert event that will take place on May 23 and 24 in Amsterdam. This time, our focus will be on Digital Transformation and the future of the modern workplace.
 
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April 19, 2017
After 20 eventful seasons, the world's biggest chip manufacturer has decided to not only cancel their Beijing show in spring, but also its San Francisco counterpart that had been scheduled for August this year. This is more than a temporary pause – the IDF is now a thing of the past.
 
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April 18, 2017
Last August, Shad Larsen – Microsoft's Director of Windows Business Planning – felt an urge to clarify the set of rules that would define Redmond's future approach to upgrading installations of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 on 6th-generation Intel® Core™ and later processors. In a very clear-cut contribution to the official Windows blog, he explained that, while sticking with the obligations laid out in its Windows lifecycle fact sheet for Skylake-based devices, the company would reserve the right to no longer support the 'old' OS versions on then still upcoming 7th-generation chips from Intel or AMD.
 
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April 11, 2017
Focus on Digital Transformation: Fujitsu makes new areas of its portfolio available to channel partners, starts a new training and certification program to foster competencies regarding Big Data and IoT, and adjusts rebate structure to encourage partners to invest in developing business area expertise.
 
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April 06, 2017
At 6:00 AM PST yesterday, Yusuf Mehdi – Microsoft's Corporate VP for the Windows and Devices Group – finally confirmed speculations that had been hovering around the 'net for weeks: the next feature upgrade for Windows 10 will be distributed to users worldwide from the second Tuesday in April onward, a date that happens to coincide with the regular patch day.
 
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March 17, 2017
After a 123-month run, Microsoft will officially pull the plug on any Windows Vista installations that may still exist on April 11, 2017. Users who are still running the ancient OS should switch to a more recent version.
 
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March 15, 2017
VMware Labs have issued a new tool that helps admins to better monitor, analyze and understand virtual machines' storage I/O behavior. Data obtained from this tool can then be used to improve capacity planning and performance tuning.
 
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February 28, 2017
Back in December, we reported that Oracle developers had published a roadmap that gave an overview of the new features contained in the upcoming version of Java EE and said the framework was due out in "late 2017." More recent leaks from the community now suggest that "late" might mean early in the second half of the year.
 
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February 28, 2017
Fans of Athlon and Phenom CPUs as well as users with limited budgets had long waited for this day: last week, AMD chief Lisa Su finally introduced the company's new flagship product, the Ryzen™ 7 desktop processor. Targeted at gamers and content creators, the new eight-core model will be available in three editions, arrive in stores on March 2 – and sell for less than half the price of comparable Intel gear.
 
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February 18, 2017
As the digital transformation of our economy and society is gaining ever more momentum, more and more IT-savvy criminals are trying to exploit the weaknesses and shortcomings of yet-to-be-established technologies. Oftentimes with success: 'highlights' from last year include the successful October 21 DDoS attack on DynDNS, a service that maps domain names to IP addresses, which was launched over a gigantic IoT botnet and caused long-lasting outages of popular services and web sites like Airbnb, GitHub, PayPal, and Twitter. Other felons extorted tens of thousands of dollars from hospitals whose computer systems they had previously contaminated with ransomware.
 
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February 15, 2017
Security incidents are never easy to deal with, but time and again unskilled assailants have been known to leave traces on hacked computers that enable CISOs and IT teams to protect their networks against further onslaughts – and, occasionally, to strike back. These traces typically take on the form of files that show up on a hard drive, but definitely don't belong there. However, meanwhile vicious criminals have figured out several methods to circumvent regular detection mechanisms. One of these methods is the so-called fileless attack.
 
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February 14, 2017
As many of you know, Fujitsu operates production facilities and branch offices in multiple European locations. This puts us in a very comfortable position whenever it comes to delivering products and services across the EMEIA region. But did you know that we also offer the opportunity to visit with us in order to gain deeper insights into Fujitsu products and technologies?
 
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January 28, 2017
"Crime doesn't pay," says an old adage. Still every year statistics about so-called cyber-crimes – i.e. the online equivalent of felonies that were previously only committed in the real world – provide us with evidence to the contrary. The latest "Consumer Security Risks Survey" from Kaspersky Lab is no exception to the rule.
 
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January 24, 2017
As Microsoft releases updated installation media for Windows 10 v1607 (aka the Anniversary Update) through its various upgrade and licensing channels, the company also announces that support for the earliest edition will end on March 26, 2017.
 
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January 24, 2017
Cisco's WebEx branch is widely known for delivering online collaboration and conferencing tools for the enterprise. Over time, their software became so popular that browser vendors like Google and Mozilla were prompted to introduce plug-ins that enable Chrome and Firefox users to directly join a conference. With success: the Chrome extension alone is said to have 20 million active users – who could potentially fall victim to a simple yet effective security bug.
 
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January 19, 2017
Installing the quarterly Oracle Critical Patch Updates is rarely a lot of fun, but the collection available in Round 1, 2017 might cause irritation due to the sheer number of amendments.
 
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January 11, 2017
Taming big data and extracting valuable intelligence from multiple data sources in the enterprise just got a whole lot easier.
 
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