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mario.lansys | 15.12.2021, 16:38
Great, Thanks.
Nuno.Costa | 15.12.2021, 16:26
Hi Mario.Yes, the disks and shelves are compatible between the DX200S3 and the DX200S4.Regards.
mario.lansys | 14.12.2021, 17:41
Hi Community,Can I use SSD disks from a DX200 S4 on a DX200 S3?Thanks.


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 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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February 09, 2018
IT departments working with two specific router models and ASA software could fall victim to remote code execution and denial of service attacks, the networking giant has warned. Since the flaws are considered critical, the related advisories recommend available patches to be applied immediately.
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February 05, 2018
Preventing data losses has never before been a more pressing issue than in recent years, with experts calling for a consistent digital transformation of the economy on an almost daily basis. To keep up with the rising demand for appropriate data protection, Fujitsu and its longtime technology partner have come up with a number of solutions, the youngest of which is our Reference Architecture for Commvault HyperScale™ Software.
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January 25, 2018
When it comes to popularizing solid-state disks (SSDs), few companies can (and will) claim they played a larger or comparably pivotal role in the effort than the Korean electronics giant. Earlier this week, the company launched the Samsung 860 PRO and EVO models (pictured above) as upgrades of their successful 850 lines of SATA SSDs, which premiered two and a half years ago.
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January 17, 2018
Reorganizing the office in favor of a clean and sleek, no-frills-and-cabling-chaos workplace has been a top priority among Fujitsu hardware engineers who design our client-computing devices in recent years. At the Fujitsu Forum in Munich, they showed us the latest result of their efforts: Clean Desk 2.0, a prototype that aims to combine the strengths of mobile computing with those of a classic workplace.
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December 31, 2017
As the festive season slowly draws to its close, so does a year that has been marked by what future historians will most likely identify as 'tectonic shifts.' Whether in business, politics or society in general, old alliances, norms and hierarchies we used to take for granted have been subjected to massive challenges, which sometimes border on deconstruction, as may be best exemplified by Brexit negotiations and the #MeToo campaign.
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December 20, 2017
Over the past few years, Fujitsu has consequently upgraded its storage portfolio, adding all-flash and hybrid arrays to the classic disk- and tape-based solutions and breaking a number of in-house records in the process. Thanks to this massive boost, storage was among the hottest topics at this year's Fujitsu Forum last month.
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December 15, 2017
Just in time for the holiday season, Ajit Pai – the Chairman of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission or FCC – published a draft document entitled "Restoring Internet Freedom." Its intent is to roll back the so-called Open Internet Order, a regulation that aimed to establish three basic principles concerning broadband networks in the U.S. and was adopted by the same FCC just two and a half years ago. While at first sight it may seem like a pure technicality that only affects the national market, Pai's proposal could also have some profound side effects.
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December 13, 2017
Since July, Fujitsu has carried out a massive refresh of its portfolio of standard as well as mission-critical x86 servers, effectively the complete PRIMERGY and PRIMEQUEST families. During our stay at this year's Forum, we learned about the benefits the new systems bring to customers and how they can support the process of digital transformation.
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December 08, 2017
Experts have argued for quite some time that the advent of cloud services and powerful 'personal tech' such as smartphones and tablets have ushered in an era of radically different, collaborative workstyles that demand users can carry their work with them and stay connected almost everywhere. Yet so far, many firms have not subscribed to this trend that could scrap the old 9-to-5 schedule in favor of a model that gives employees more freedom and responsibility.
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