• 25 ways to innovate with hyperconverged infrastructure | Windows Server Summit 2019
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    25 ways to innovate with hyperconverged infrastructure | Windows Server Summit 2019

    >>Hi, I’m Cosmos from the Core OS storage team. Let’s talk about hyperconverged infrastructure. HCI is rapidly becoming the way that organizations modernize on-premises infrastructure. By consolidating from proprietary dedicated storage arrays and network appliances to simply industry standards servers that bring their own software-defined storage and networking, organizations around the world are lowering costs, increasing performance, and simplifying their operations. In fact, according to research by the Enterprise Strategy Group, 54 percent of organizations with a matured datacenter modernization strategy, expect that deploying hyperconverged infrastructure will be among their most significant IT projects for the next 12 to 18 months. That’s not just aspirational talk, it’s already happening. According…

  • Computer Security / Privacy Cloud Computing: Digital Business with Unisys Chief Trust Officer (#238)
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    Computer Security / Privacy Cloud Computing: Digital Business with Unisys Chief Trust Officer (#238)

    Welcome to Episode #238 of CxOTalk. I’m Michael Krigsman, industry analyst, and your host. I want to thank Livestream for being our video streaming partner because those guys are great. And if you go to Livestream.com/CxOTalk, they will give you a discount. Today on CxOTalk, we are speaking about one of the most important topics in technology, bar-none. You know, actually, in today’s world, it’s one of the most important topics probably in the world. And that topic is security. Our guest today, Tom Patterson, is the Chief Trust Officer at Unisys. He is one of the world’s experts on this topic. And, let me introduce Tom. He’ll tell you…

  • Meet Our Experts – Wasif Afaghan on Cloud Computing
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    Meet Our Experts – Wasif Afaghan on Cloud Computing

    Whilst cloud has been around for a long time, the market trend show us that cloud adoption is increasing year on year and is going to continue to grow. So it’s estimated that 75% of organisations are going to adopt a multi cloud or hybrid cloud model. Significantly, the hybrid cloud spend is going to increase year on year exponentially from 2019 to 2022. The vast majority of that growth is going to come from public cloud. If we start to analyse the reasons of why that’s the case, the main driver is digital transformation. So ultimately a lot of people saw IT as a function that just keeps the…

  • Learning the language of Computing Systems | Programme in a minute
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    Learning the language of Computing Systems | Programme in a minute

    Kia Ora, I’m Tash. I am a year two student doing [a] Bachelor of Computing Systems here at Unitec. We have a lot of practical in our courses compared to other Institutes. It’s just like building that foundation, So when you learn it… it’s like learning a language. You learn the basics and then you’re slowly developing that skill. Sometimes we collaborate with other departments. You will work with the business students… That was quite good as it’s a nice mixture because there’s so many awesome papers in this program it’s really hard to fine print which ones you want to do. The projects that I’ve been working on at…

  • Study Computing at RGU
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    Study Computing at RGU

    I’m Elidh I’m ready to graduate from the school of computing and digital media at Robert Gordon University I am ready to invent, to engage, to transform. But I’m also ready to lead, ready to create, ready to innovate. I am ready to change our tomorrow.

  • The Evolution of Cloud Computing | @SolutionsReview Explores
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    The Evolution of Cloud Computing | @SolutionsReview Explores

    Hello and Welcome to Solutions Review Explores – I’m Jonathan Paula. Today we’ll take a look at the history and evolution of cloud computing over the years, from the original concepts that first spawned the idea, to the first major cloud developments, and finally to what the cloud is like today. Although cloud computing has its roots in technologies dating as far back as the 1950s, the rise of the Internet and the public release of the World Wide Web in the 1990s was the first major step in creating the cloud as we know it. Users could connect with each other over the Internet using their own computers, and…

  • Server – Replacing a failed hard drive (hot swappable)
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    Server – Replacing a failed hard drive (hot swappable)

    Empty hard drive bay, I have taken the bad HD out already Bad HD Good HD Here I have taken the bad HD out of the slide case, and set the new HD in Screwed in the new HD into the slide case, now ready to go inside the server to rebuild Notice the Amber light changes to blue The blinking of both the top and bottom HD’s means they have started the rebuilding process Now logging into Dell Server Administrator to confirm that it has noticed the new HD and began to rebuild It is in the Rebuilding state The Hard Drive configuration is in a RAID 10. Explained…

  • Office 365 Hosted Exchange vs. On-Premise Exchange: Best Business Email
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    Office 365 Hosted Exchange vs. On-Premise Exchange: Best Business Email

    Hey there, I’m Corey from Accent Computer Solutions, and this is Ask an I.T. Guy. Today we are going to talk about why companies are migrating to Microsoft hosted exchange for their e-mail. E-mail is quite possibly the most crucial aspect of your business. Think about how you communicate with clients, advertise, or even communicate with your own people internally. What would we do without e-mail? Where your e-mail resides could drastically affect how reliable your email is. The vast majority of businesses use Microsoft Exchange for their services. Microsoft Exchange offers two major choices to choose from: an in-house server or Office 365 Exchange. While both options provide reliable…

  • Computing programs at Rochester Institute of Technology’s Golisano College
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    Computing programs at Rochester Institute of Technology’s Golisano College

    Welcome to the B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Located in beautiful Rochester, New York… Golisano College is one of the largest and most comprehensive computing colleges in the nation. So what can you study? Golisano’s degree programs include… Computer Science Human Centered Computing Computing Security New Media Interactive Development Game design and development Web and Mobile Computing Computing and Information Technologies And Software Engineering Plus a whole lot more But what if you don’t know what you want to study? Relax, we’ve got you covered. Our Computing Exploration Program let’s you explore a variety of computing disciplines before choosing your…