Eliminating Desktop Virtualization Bottlenecks

| September 6, 2017

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Organizations are turning to desktop virtualization to provide greater mobility and exibility, reduce the costs of IT, and improve security and compliance. To do this ef ciently, many companies are embracing converged architectures for their deployments.

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A global IT service company, SCSK Corporation will utilize the strength of both firms to provide customers with a powerful one-stop support survice, from system integration, IT infrastructure implementation, and IT management, through to BPO and IT hardware and software slaes. In the IT Management Group, SCSK supports sophistication of business management and improvement of operational efficiency of its customers from the aspect of IT services. This is accomplished by working together with customers to construct and manage IT system infra­structure and through the operation of data centers. In this way, the Group contributes to ­value-creating initiatives that are focusing on company growth, sustainability, and soundness.

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Data Security in the Cloud Best Practices

Article | April 8, 2020

Data security in the cloud best practices include: understanding and implementing security fundamentals, securing cloud infrastructure along the shared responsibility model, encrypting data in the cloud, and ensuring compliance with applicable regulations. Data security fundamentals often come back to the CIA Triad: data confidentiality, data integrity, and data availability. The shared responsibility model refers to the idea that both a cloud provider and the organization using the cloud are responsible for ensuring the overall security of the organization’s cloud infrastructure, including the data housed there.

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How to build your IT infrastructure for 5G-enabled edge computing

Article | February 26, 2020

The global 5G-enabled edge computing market is growing rapidly, fueled by major technology changes that are disrupting the traditional networking industry. By 2025, this market is expected to exceed $50 billion. 5G has the potential to deliver a new generation of services, thanks to higher data rates and ultra-low latency. To take advantage of this potential, communications service providers are looking to move data processing and compute power closer to the end user — closer to the edge. While the digital boom provides many opportunities for IT leaders, it comes with challenges: a growing number of smart devices, the need for faster processing and increased pressure on enterprise networks. To harness all this potential power, organizations need to modernize their networks to effectively consume these new services at the edge. Some key trends are empowering this shift toward the 5G-enabled edge.

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A Cloudy Future: Data Center Demand and COVID-19

Article | April 15, 2020

COVID-19 has altered our world. In this series of stories, Data Center Frontier explores the strategic challenges the pandemic presents for the data center and cloud computing sectors as we navigate this complex new landscape. We begin with a look at how COVID-19 is impacting demand for digital infrastructure. The COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic has reinforced the importance of data centers and cloud computing for our society. In the early days of the crisis, the data center

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How to backup hyperconverged infrastructure

Article | May 4, 2020

Enterprises running hypervisors on hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) systems typically have backup options available to them that are not available to those running on generic hardware. Such customers may also have additional backup challenges depending on the HCI vendor and hypervisor they have chosen. Let’s take a look.

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A global IT service company, SCSK Corporation will utilize the strength of both firms to provide customers with a powerful one-stop support survice, from system integration, IT infrastructure implementation, and IT management, through to BPO and IT hardware and software slaes. In the IT Management Group, SCSK supports sophistication of business management and improvement of operational efficiency of its customers from the aspect of IT services. This is accomplished by working together with customers to construct and manage IT system infra­structure and through the operation of data centers. In this way, the Group contributes to ­value-creating initiatives that are focusing on company growth, sustainability, and soundness.

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