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MeetTheCEO: HotLink’s Lynn LeBlanc

Backups cannot be assumed to be safe today, against an emergence of more sophisticated malware. These new variants were designed to be discrete, often sitting idle and being copied across the backup repository to then attack slowly – all with

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Controlling AWS with vCenter – HotLink Briefing Note

Many companies are finding workloads that are much more appropriate for the infinite scalability and cost predictability of the public cloud. They are also finding the public cloud to be an excellent disaster recovery and business continuity resource. The challenges

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Unifying Cloud Management through vCenter

Briefing Note: HotLink Introduces Hybrid Cloud Management For the traditional data center, VMware remains the dominant virtualization platform but as enterprise roadmaps begin to map in the cloud they are struggling with how to manage the hybrid environments they are

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Can Storage enable Hyper-V to replace VMware?

In our recent webinar “Don’t let storage eat your Hyper-V Savings” we were asked a question from the audience, “Will Hyper-V ever replace VMware as the predominant hypervisor in the data center?” This loaded question is actually very interesting. While

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How IT Can Remain Relevant In A Cloud World

How will cloud computing alter the role of today’s IT professional? Will IT as we know it disappear altogether or will IT pros remain in high demand with increased cloud adoption? To be sure, cloud computing is fundamentally changing how

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Seamless Hyper-V or VMware To Amazon EC2

The pay as you go compute capacity of Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) can be leveraged by organizations of all sizes to dynamically respond to spikes in business. An ideal use case is to move less compute demanding workloads to

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Software Defined Hypervisors? HotLink Abstracts The Hypervisor

Last year the term, “software defined”, started to be used to describe how hypervisors like VMware, Hyper-V and KVM could be used to allow IT to virtualize their entire infrastructure via the software hypervisor. There is software defined networking, software

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