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August 07, 2017
A couple of years ago, Fujitsu introduced Catalog Manager as the standard portal technology for cloud offerings. The move was particularly relevant with regard to our PRIMEFLEX solutions, since many of these are no longer pure on-premises affairs, but need to be ready for hybrid cloud configurations. Therefore, we recently made the Catalog Manager available in System Architect under the Enterprise Service Catalog Manager (ECSM) brand.
 
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August 05, 2017
Fujitsu's latest-generation PRIMERGY and PRIMEQUEST servers came to market in the first half of July, sporting Intel's new Xeon Processor Scalable Family CPUs that will handle almost any kind of data center task from basic file services to real-time analytics. Last week's webcast, which attracted the largest crowd since we introduced this line of events, provided substantial insights into how the fresh systems can help organizations find a fast track into their digital future. For those of you who missed the event, we now present the recorded version for more convenient reception.
 
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August 04, 2017
Our annual, popular TechCommunity DataCenter Workshop for channel partner pre- and post-sales consultants is now scheduled for the first week of October at the NH Frankfurt Mörfelden Conference Center.
 
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July 26, 2017
In April 2010, the late Steve Jobs wrote an open letter to tell Adobe and the rest of the world about his "Thoughts on Flash." In it, he explained why the multimedia software was no longer allowed to run on iPhones, iPods and iPads. Aside from performance issues on mobile devices, he cited security concerns as one key reason for the decision. Moreover, Jobs was also confident that more capable and secure web technologies could easily take over Flash's role. Some seven years later, Adobe is finally preparing to give in to the Apple founder's verdict.
 
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July 21, 2017
Back in 2011, Germany's eco - the largest Internet industry association in Europe with over 1,000 member organizations – hosted its first Internet Security Days (ISD), a conference-exhibition mix designed to help companies protect their webpages and customer-facing IT processes. Meanwhile, the ISD are a well-established event that attracts participants from all over the continent.
 
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July 11, 2017
California-based storage vendor Viking Technology, a specialist in non-volatile, DRAM and high-density stacking technologies, has launched a line of SAS SSDs with raw capacities of 25 and 50 TB.
 
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June 29, 2017
At its annual Live event in Las Vegas, networking behemoth Cisco has introduced a fresh concept for connecting computing devices through a new class of solutions that will "learn, adapt and evolve" over time. The idea is to make network management easier and more intuitive – and use machine learning to help customers protect their data traffic.
 
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June 26, 2017
From centralized to distributed to hyper-converged: The history of computing infrastructures often seems to evolve in a circular motion. Now the Linux market leader has started to support the most recent fashion with its introduction of Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure, integrated, software-defined, fully open source compute and storage platform designed for remote sites and edge deployments.
 
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June 24, 2017
For the larger part of the past 30 years, finding speech recognition programs that work with Microsoft products wasn't exactly problematic. However, things could get tricky if one wanted solutions that were affordable, not limited in language and/or application support, and not third-party programs, all at the same time. Users still seeking for such a package may want to take a look at Microsoft's new Dictate add-in for office applications.
 
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June 23, 2017
The Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC) has responded to vendor and user requests for a benchmark that allows for "comparisons of system and compute performance to be made between platforms with different instruction sets and operating systems" based on current hardware and applications.
 
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June 22, 2017
HPC enthusiasts on both sides of the Atlantic may not enjoy hearing this, but their renowned biannual ranking of the world's most powerful scientific computer systems sometimes suffers from the same key symptom that makes many soap operas so hard to digest: predictability. Once a supercomputer has conquered a spot among the 10 or 20 fastest number crunchers, it usually retains that position for years – much like Larry Hagman and Patrick Duffy did in "Dallas." The TOP500's latest edition (no. 49) seems to adhere to the same rule, but eventually provides a little more entertainment value.
 
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May 29, 2017
Retro is the new modern: a Russian programmer recently spotted a bug in NTFS 3.1, the file system that's been employed to 'keep together' all Microsoft operating systems since the days of Windows XP. As it happens, this bug can be used to tamper with computers running Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 as well as the occasional age-defying Vista machine.
 
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May 28, 2017
Along with its huge positive impact, the 'digital revolution' has also produced a number of less desirable side effects. One of these is an increasing lack of privacy that's often induced by all too talkative data transfer protocols. The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has now issued a recommendation (RFC 8165, published under the ISSN 2070-1721) that's supposed to remediate these shortcomings.
 
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May 27, 2017
Romanian security outfit Bitdefender has introduced a fresh piece of software that promises to protect virtualized environments against so-called root level attacks, i.e. attacks that aim to bypass conventional security mechanisms, which typically shield VMs and guest OS's, but not the hypervisor they run on.
 
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May 05, 2017
For the third consecutive year, Fujitsu is recognizing channel partners who have delivered outstanding value for customers through digital transformation projects. The contest is open to more than 16,000 members of our global SELECT Partner program and get to pick those of their peers who should be officially rewarded for their accomplishments.
 
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April 30, 2017
One of the most interesting features in Windows Server 2016 Datacenter is Storage Spaces Direct (S2D): The technology enables admins to pool the local storage capacities of multiple servers in order to provide an underlying, unified layer for a server cluster. It thus helps companies to set up and manage resilient, cost-effective hyper-converged infrastructures (HCI) and may at some point be used to build entirely software-defined data centers. The problem is that even with S2D on board, deploying HCI can turn out to be quite a challenge. That's where our latest PRIMEFLEX solution comes into play.
 
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April 26, 2017
South Korean memory specialist SK Hynix, whose products power hardware from Asus, Dell and IBM among others, claims to have a new 27 nm, 8 gigabit graphics chip ready for production that will start shipping in volumes early next year.
 
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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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