Read this whitepaper to understand how combining the iSensor Intrusion Prevention appliance with 24x7 monitoring and administration by Dell SecureWorks' certified security experts to deliver exceptional cyber threat protection for your midsize organization.
Read this whitepaper to understand how Dell SecureWorks can help your midsize organization improve security, increase operational efficiency and demonstrate compliance with regulatory requirements, allowing you to focus on the priorities and strategic projects that drive your business.
Join Greg Shields of Concentrated Technology and Robert Crosley of Dell as they discuss some of the new approaches in integrating best-in-class user environment management solutions with whatever you already use to collect inventory.
Politics, Religion and Economics exert enormous influence on decision-making and the integrity of IT programs—and often result in sub-par decisions that open the door to malicious intrusion or attack. Michael Scheidell and his talented technical team know how difficult it can be to create positive change in an organization, even when obvious vulnerabilities exist. When it comes to navigating the executive suite and undocumented layers of the OSI model, the staff at SECNAP® Network Security have the experience to assist IT management in developing effective strategies to successfully drive security improvements. Download This Paper Now…
NetBenefit is a leading provider of managed hosting services in the United Kingdom. Faced with ever more expensive London data center costs, the company decided to implement the Windows Server 2008 operating system featuring Hyper-V virtualization technology to give it the ability to create competitively priced entry-level virtual machines to complement its existing managed hosting services.
This Dell Virtualization Reference Architecture (RA) white paper describes Dell validated architectures for Windows Server 2008® Hyper‐V. The Virtualization RA is intended to provide customers with example virtualization solution configurations that can be used to consider, evaluate, and select the Dell virtualization solution components that best fit their requirements.
The Dell EqualLogic™ PS Series is fundamentally changing the way enterprises think about purchasing and managing storage. Built on breakthrough virtualized peer storage architecture, the EqualLogic PS Series simplifies the deployment and administration of consolidated storage environments.
The Windows Server 2008 OS promises to supercharge enterprise computing by providing a solid foundation to support critical workloads and deliver rich Web-based experiences—all in an exceptionally secure, industry-standard operating environment. Dell smoothes the way by providing business-ready platforms optimized for Windows Server 2008 together with Structured Solution Designs to make the migration flexible, simple, and green.
For many enterprises, the biggest hurdle in upgrading to the Windows Server 2008 OS is the complexity of the migration process. Dell helps simplify IT and reduce risk with comprehensive service offerings and a validated, repeatable approach that includes seamless support for integrated Microsoft applications on Dell servers.
New virtualization tools, Web technologies, and security enhancements help save time and reduce costs, and provide you with high availability and increased flexibility for your changing business needs. Central to IT simplification is streamlining maintenance and maximizing availability — and by running Windows Server 2008 on Dell servers, you can do both.
Microsoft has launched the most advanced Windows Server operating system yet: Windows Server 2008. Dell closely collaborated with Microsoft during development, gaining expertise in all aspects of its features and functionality, including key advancements in the management of remote infrastructures.
Small and medium businesses are increasingly challenged to provide comprehensive security for their mobile infrastructures without sacrificing the productivity it was designed for in the first place. Although no two situations are ever the same, the objective is always the same: protect the data that is so important to your business.
By now the fundamentals of computer and network security are familiar to almost everyone who interacts with a PC on a regular basis: install antivirus software, choose good passwords and protect them and download and install software updates. Despite these measures, businesses of all sizes continue to suffer security breaches.
Since the emergence of the personal computer, IT managers have had to navigate through a computing and communications landscape where business and consumer technologies have intersected. Sometimes those intersections produce benefits for all involved; other times they result in destructive collisions.
With the advent of iSCSI as the standard for networked storage, businesses can leverage existing skills and network infrastructure to create Ethernet-based SANs that deliver the performance of Fibre Channel—but at a fraction of the cost. iSCSI enables block-level data to be transported between a server and a storage device over an IP network. An iSCSI initiator is hardware or software that runs on a host and initiates I/O to an iSCSI target, which is a storage device (usually, a logical volume) that responds to read/write requests.
Dickinson Wright PLLC has a long history of success – founded in 1878, the law firm has been serving clients for more than a century. From offices in Michigan and Washington D.C., Dickinson Wright’s 450+ employees deliver comprehensive legal services to organizations of all sizes – from individuals and new ventures to small and large companies to government units.
Choosing the right combination of hardware and software for your data center can be a daunting task. This guide provides scalability within these configurations to fit your hardware needs as your business grows