Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) has been described as, “The remote worker’s dream.” As a form of desktop virtualization, VDI hosts many desktops on a single, central server, which can be accessed by authenticated users.
Machine learning is advancing in a broad range. Here are a few applications proposed today (listed without any particular order):
So, how well is your flash array performing?
Imagine if you wore a fitness tracker that only measured one simple (fairly easy) fitness routine you completed over and over again but ignored your more demanding workouts. When charted on a graph, your workout efforts would look like a flat line, giving no indication of your overall performance and no measurement for how you performed during more challenging workouts!
Linux is chosen worldwide to power some of the most powerful computers and systems to keep technology running smoothly. Linux is used in every single one of the world's top 500 supercomputers, placed within every stock exchange on the planet, and even launched into space too.
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For over thirty years, “RAID” configurations have been widely used throughout the IT-sphere to improve the reliability and performance of storage solutions. This technology’s lifespan demonstrates its usefulness, long before the advent and widespread use of solid-state drives, beginning with hard disk drives.
What if you rented multiple storage units to store holiday decorations, old books and furniture, and things like bicycles and sports equipment—only to find out that while you didn’t need as much space as your holiday decorations, you can’t store your extra furniture in that excess space? You’re stuck with nowhere to park your bicycle and too much extra space for your wreaths and ornaments.
A virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) can help reduce operating costs by as much as 90 percent by increasing resource consolidation and bolstering performance while providing an exceptional user experience.
Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and deep learning are becoming a significant part of how businesses operate and use technology. Deep learning—only one small part of machine learning that’s concerned with algorithms based on the human brain—is expected to reach a value of $935 billion in the U.S. software market by 2025.
We live in an either/or world. Coffee or tea. Chocolate or vanilla. Right or left. North or south. Day or night.
In such a world of polarizing choices, many data storage companies are used to making a choice, and when this happens, the customers feel the effects—they also have to choose.
So when it comes to data reduction, the question often arises, “Data deduplication or compression?”
Very few things in life are constant, right? This, of course, includes technology, which is ever-evolving. Many companies are now taking advantage of enterprise-level virtualization, which enables these organizations to do more, thanks to physical computer hardware utilization.