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Josip | 22.05.2018, 10:56
Quote from tbckr:...and the process is set by MS directly. In special problem cases such as you...
DavidServIT | 22.05.2018, 09:57
Hi TechComm,I have question about monitoring and email reporting options for Brocade SAN switches.Cu...
tbckr | 04.05.2018, 14:05
Hi Josip,Fujitsu support just replied to our open query, and this is their advice: Office license ke...

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May 21, 2018
Strengthened by various enhancements, the soon-to-be-released seventh generation of our midsize data protection appliance offers numerous advantages that should turn it into a sure-fire success. Storage specialists and channel partners looking to broaden their portfolio will learn anything they need to know about the remodeled product in our upcoming Storage WebTalk.
 
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May 18, 2018
Enterprises are increasingly under cyberattack, which can lead to data loss or corruption. The latest threat is ransomware, which became one of – if not the – most popular cyber-attack schemes in recent years, with adversaries invading infrastructures, encrypting critical data and not 'releasing' them unless and until users pay the equivalent of thousands of dollars in crypto-coins for the unlock keys. As attacks of this nature become more sophisticated each day, organizations that are locked out of their data face a trail of damage that can take weeks or months to repair.
 
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May 09, 2018
It's no secret that, historically speaking, the 'war' between proprietary and open source software has not only cost both factions are fortune, but was also instrumental in creating a whole mountain range of missed opportunities. Against this backdrop, it's always heartening to see the two camps come to terms and cooperate, as in this latest project, which was announced yesterday at the Red Hat Summit 2018 in San Francisco.
 
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April 30, 2018
It's been said many times that few things help to draw attention to a scheduled product update as much as a little ritardando. Anyone who's ever waited for a refresh of a favorite console game knows exactly what we're talking about. Perhaps this explains why Microsoft's PR team didn't seem too concerned about the bug that held up the release of the original Redstone 4 build and obviously necessitated a major rewrite.
 
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April 27, 2018
It's official: The waiting period for the latest functional upgrade to Microsoft's desktop OS in what has been sarcastically dubbed Windows 10 Springwatch by a certain British colleague is drawing to a close this upcoming Monday.
 
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April 24, 2018
Fujitsu has obtained certifications from VMware and Microsoft for its line-up of PRIMEFLEX integrated systems for hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) that build on the latest Fujitsu PRIMERGY M4 server range. As a result, customers who are rolling out HCI for the first time or scaling existing deployments now have a guarantee that configurations involving software-defined storage are fully supported by these leading software providers.
 
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April 23, 2018
Rapid advances in digital technology are transforming our daily lives, our businesses, and entire industries. Business leaders have told us digital transformation is not easy, however, and creates many challenges. To help customers tackle these challenges, Fujitsu has offered a collection of strategic advice and refreshed it every year since 2013. At the heart of our approach is Human-Centric Innovation.
 
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April 20, 2018
In the world of software development, a healthy dose of competition is usually considered the norm. Then again, too much rivalry sometimes turns out to be destructive, for example when it hurts the interoperability of related, yet distinct software products. That's particularly annoying if the two are essentially easily compatible – like Docker and Kubernetes, which are used for containerization and automated deployment and management, respectively.
 
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April 19, 2018
Following a long and painful period of near-absence, the eternal No. 2 in the markets for desktop and server processors is rejoining the field of supercomputing through a collaboration with the firm that is often considered to be the originator of the discipline.
 
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April 18, 2018
Following a week of silence, Redmond is finally offering a fresh version of Redstone 4 aka the Spring Creators Update (Preview Build 17134) to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring, along with an explanation why the previous edition was axed.
 
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April 17, 2018
Enterprises running large SAP HANA installations can now benefit from certified scale-out performance and optimize critical virtualized infrastructures in their data centers. New SAP certifications for Fujitsu PRIMEQUEST enterprise servers confirm that they provide enough headroom for fast growth in data volumes used by systems running on SAP HANA, a key enabler of digital transformation.
 
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April 15, 2018
Users who had planned to spend quality time with their PCs while installing the latest functional upgrade on their Windows 10 machines may have been more than a little surprised to find that Microsoft decided to hold a regular Patch Tuesday instead. What happened?
 
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March 29, 2018
In the runup to the release of its Spring Creators Update, Microsoft has published a list that outlines the timeframes for when currently active and future versions of its client OS will be phased out.
 
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March 28, 2018
The typically well-informed folks at Thurrott.com have learned that Microsoft is adding the finishing touches to Redstone 4 or, as it will likely be known, Windows 10 version 1803. Based on this they're assuming the actual release date may coincide with the upcoming Patch Tuesday on April 10.
 
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March 15, 2018
The developer team overseeing Samba – the free SMB/CIFS re-implementation used to allow file and print sharing between Windows- and Unix-based computers – has issued a grave security warning plus patches: It appears that from version 4.0.0 onwards, any authenticated users who is brazen enough can reset the passwords of every other user – including those of network administrators and maintenance staff.
 
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March 09, 2018
Following substantive debate about software-defined data centers (SDDC) and how to build them, Fujitsu has released its FUJITSU ServerView Infrastructure Manager (ISM) as the first in a new class of tools and building blocks intended to enable customers to successfully redesign their networks.
 
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February 27, 2018
Eight years have passed since the once highly controversial Sun-Oracle merger was completed, Meanwhile, many issues that were initially seen as potential reasons for conflict between two distinct corporate cultures have been solved in one way or the other. Still some problems have shown a tendency to linger on – for instance, the question who exerts control over the Java brand and how far said control goes. At this point in time the answer is clear: Oracle – and they can even make open source projects change their name.
 
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February 19, 2018
Have you ever wondered which IT infrastructure/architecture concept comes after "the cloud"? California-based network specialist Juniper is betting on so-called "multicloud" environments and therefore rounded off last week by announcing a set of switches that are supposed to turn that journey into a comfortable experience.
 
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February 15, 2018
As mobility retains its pivotal role in the digital transformation of the enterprise, more and more companies and professionals are looking for devices that bring the full workplace experience to traveling end-users. The new LIFEBOOK U938 will help them speed up the process.
 
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February 13, 2018
Users who still rely on Big Blue's legendary groupware may have a busy week ahead: According to a recently elevated security alert, the program's auto-update service (aka iNotes SUService) and the related client application can be tricked into "running malicious code from a DLL masquerading as a Windows DLL in the temp directory." Since most users consider auto-updaters to be inherently trustworthy, a flaw in these tools provides an elegant and extremely dangerous attack vector for miscreants to hijack the software and steal confident information or take control of affected machines.
 
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