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What’s New in VxRail 4.0 and is it Right for You?

Arraya Insights| December 9, 2016

Dell EMC’s VxRail appliance isn’t even a year old yet, but it’s already had a major effect on the world of hyper-converged infrastructure. With 123% quarterly growth and more than 3800 nodes deployed in 90+ countries, VxRail and its subsequent updates clearly have caught on with businesses looking to optimize their VMware environments. Here at […]

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Looking Back on Arraya’s 2016 – and Ahead to 2017

Dan Lifshutz| December 7, 2016

It’s hard to believe, but in just a few short weeks, we’re all going to have to get used to writing and saying 2017. Before we do, we’ve still got some time to say goodbye to 2016. This past year has been historic for Arraya. We spent another year continuing to grow and advance as […]

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Ready to upgrade vSphere? Here’s Why 6.5 is Your Best Bet

Arraya Insights| December 5, 2016

The end of support dates for a pair of popular VMware offerings came and went not that long ago. Businesses who’ve already upgraded – or at least have plans in place to do so – should have little to worry about. For those who have yet to set this process in motion, we’re going to […]

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CMX Cloud: What Do Visitors Want & Where Are They Going?

Arraya Insights| November 28, 2016

Want more insight into the way people move throughout your facility? What about a way to increase the level of engagement between visitors and your organization? If either of those objectives are on your radar, then Cisco’s Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX) Cloud should be there as well. CMX Cloud makes use of the wireless infrastructure […]

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Finding Stability in the Chaotic Networking Space

Arraya Insights| November 22, 2016

For the last several years, the trend in the networking space has been consolidation. A quick flyby of the landscape shows businesses are in search of greater mobility. As such, those organizations have begun to see wireless connectivity as a key piece of their business strategy. However, they’re not looking to cut the cord either. […]

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The Cure for 4 Frequent Endpoint Security Headaches

Arraya Insights| November 16, 2016

Two members of Arraya’s leadership team recently made the journey from our corporate HQ to San Francisco, CA for Cisco’s Partner Summit 2016. This yearly, invite-only event brings together Cisco partners from around the world to network, discuss strategies, and get a look at the new technologies waiting on the horizon. Upon their return, our […]

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Security Now: Using Azure MFA Server to Protect Existing Resources

Arraya Insights| November 14, 2016

Lately it has been hard not to notice news about accounts being hacked. The number of major companies that have been hacked has grown extremely long. When an average person hears about hacking, images of people hiding in the shadows with laptops, rapidly typing lines of code and fighting firewalls come to the front of […]

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Troubleshooting Tip: Solving a Persistent Cisco IP Phone Registration Issue

Raj Shanmugam| November 8, 2016

Troubleshooting Cisco IP phone registration issues. The project sounded easy … at first. By the time I was finished, I realized things aren’t always as easy as they sound. Just allow me to narrate my experiences for you. I happened to engage with one of our customers for a new cluster installation and to migrate […]

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How VMware's Free Hands-On Labs Boost Virtualization Know-How

Arraya Insights| November 3, 2016

If you’re in the market for some practical experience with the latest in virtualization technology, look no further than VMware’s Hands-on Labs. These labs let you get your hands dirty working with solutions in categories such as SDDC (software defined data center), hybrid cloud, and end user computing. As for cost, Hands-on Labs should fit […]

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Exchange 2007 Nears End of Life: What Comes Next?

Arraya Insights| November 2, 2016

Five short months are all that remain until Exchange Server 2007 goes end of life. As the April 11, 2017 expiration date for Exchange extended support nears, businesses still using it face a fork in the road. They can assume the risks of using outdated and unsupported technology and press on with Exchange 2007 (not […]

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