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We have come across this issue as well, and don't seem to have found a way around it (the server is ...
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November 05, 2016
Protecting confidential information is often considered a complicated business that's best left to the geeks who deal with it all the time. Understandable as it may be, this approach often tends to leave out the "simpler" parts of the job, like ensuring the physical security of server systems. That's where the FUJITSU SURIENT Managed Rack Solution comes into play.
 
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October 29, 2016
For many years on end, Firefox users have suffered from the comparatively mediocre performance and resource hunger of their favored browser. Attempts to fix the underlying issues have so far had limited success; when compared to products from Google, Microsoft or Opera, Firefox still lags. Now, the freshly announced Project Quantum is supposed to remedy some of the longest-standing ills.
 
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October 27, 2016
"HDDs in an OLTP scenario? You gotta be kidding!" That's the standard response IT administrators would likely get if they dared to suggest such a solution in these days of ever more affordable SSDs. Hardware developers at Seagate, however, don't seem to find the idea quite as absurd – or else they wouldn't have come up with the new, sixth-generation Seagate Enterprise Performance 15K HDDs.
 
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October 20, 2016
Millions of users from all over the world have likened the experience of waiting for a new Java release to hunting: like all good sportsmen, they'd have to show tons of tolerance and self-control before they could 'take a shot' – that is, before they could download, install and work with either the runtime environment or the development kit or both. Not too surprisingly, this is also the case with Java 9.
 
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October 19, 2016
Transforming classic data centers into cloud-ready, flexible infrastructure pools for the agile enterprise is a complex, error-prone and time-consuming task that many, if not most IT departments find difficult to shoulder. Fujitsu's latest addition to its PRIMEFLEX family of solutions can significantly simplify and speed up the process.
 
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October 14, 2016
VMware and Amazon Web Services have forged a strategic alliance with the goal of building a "seamlessly integrated hybrid offering that will give customers the full software-defined data center (SDDC) experience." Dubbed VMware Cloud™ on AWS, the service is meant to enable organizations to run applications across VMware vSphere®-based private, public, and hybrid clouds.
 
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October 02, 2016
Since its inception in 2003, Microsoft's regular monthly Patch Tuesday has garnered mostly positive reviews. Early reports about cases where it caused short-term malfunctions or even fried entire installations soon gave way to more favorable assessments as Redmond and its customers developed suitable update routines. As a result, patch days were no longer perceived as a threat. Then came the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
 
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September 30, 2016
October will see one of the most important product launches for Fujitsu this year: in 12 days from now, we'll introduce our new all-flash storage platform, ETERNUS AF.
 
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September 29, 2016
British software makers Canonical, developers of the popular Ubuntu distribution of Linux, have decided to launch their own version of Kubernetes, the open source container cluster manager originally developed by Google.
 
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September 24, 2016
Fujitsu has introduced PSN900, an off-the-shelf biometric device that can be used to replace or enhance existing facility access control, to markets in the EMEIA region.
 
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September 23, 2016
Do you remember when we told you about the parallels between a kid marveling at the huge selection of flavors and colors in an ice cream store and the wide variety of choices IT admins have in picking the right cloud computing hardware? With fall coming up and ice cream stores taking a break, children now have fewer opportunities to satisfy their desire for sweets. In contrast, luckily for IT admins they now have more options to choose from.
 
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September 20, 2016
As summer fades and the leaves begin to turn brown, it's that time of the year again – the season where leading hard- and software vendors present their latest innovations at exhibitions and in-house trade shows around the globe. What started at last month's IDF and early September's IFA now continues at this week's Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, with Big Red positioning itself as the ultimate solution provider in cloud computing.
 
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August 31, 2016
Since the release of its Westmere architecture and first-generation Core™ processors in 2010, the world's largest chipmaker has reliably produced a fresh line of CPUs every year. 2016 is no exception to the rule: yesterday saw the release of the first 7th Generation Intel® Core™ processors, semi-officially dubbed Kaby Lake, in six mobile editions designed for notebooks and 2 in 1s.
 
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August 30, 2016
Did you know that HTTPS is only implemented on 40% of all popular websites? And that other security technologies fare even worse? These are the results you get when running Observatory by Mozilla, a new online tool and service launched by the makers of the Firefox browser.
 
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August 27, 2016
Intel's already huge portfolio of solid state drives for different purposes just got a little bigger: on Thursday, the firm introduced a total of six new product lines – two for data centers, two for IoT applications, and one each for deployment in business and consumer client devices. The main differentiator here is that the new models use 3D NAND cells, as opposed to planar flash in existing products.
 
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August 24, 2016
Not too long ago, we shared with you the news about our record-breaking PRIMERGY RX4770 M3. Now yet another FUJITSU Server has achieved "gold status": the PRIMEQUEST 2800E3 ranks among the fastest systems when its gets to virtualization.
 
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August 20, 2016
Security experts at Kaspersky Lab have spotted a new wave of so-called targeted attacks that originated from the Middle East in June and keep harassing organizations in the EMEA region and Asia. According to senior researcher Mohamad Amin Hasbini, the assaults – dubbed "Operation Ghoul" – started nearly a year and a half ago, in March 2015 and are mainly directed at small and medium businesses (SMBs).
 
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August 17, 2016
Microsoft's journey towards modernization largely centers on becoming a more agile, responsive and predictable software vendor and business partner. While this is generally a good idea, some of its efforts have caused concern among users who feel that the reformation process is going too far too fast. Case in point: the company's so-called "silicon support policy."
 
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July 31, 2016
As noted in Part 1 of this article, Tuesday's update (or rather upgrade) of Microsoft's latest desktop OS will add a number of enhancements and modifications that did not make it into the first two versions. Today we'll take a look at what's under the hood.
 
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July 29, 2016
For those adept in the art of sarcasm, Microsoft's introduction of the commercial versions of Windows 10, which is due this upcoming Saturday, may either mark 'the end of the broadest beta test ever' or prove that nowadays it's 'easily possible to sell an unfinished product.' For the average user, the move from free upgrades to those that come with a license fee means that it's time to decide whether they want to stick with a classic desktop OS or accept Microsoft's "Windows as a Service" policy – or perhaps leave the platform altogether. Our two-part preview takes a look at the benefits and potential drawbacks of a switch to Windows 10, Version 1607 – the upgraded OS which is scheduled for release next week.
 
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