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Cisco Data Center Partner Connection - Update 2: Cisco's Integrated Infrastructure for OpenStack

Arraya Insights| February 13, 2015

Cisco is the clear market leader for Integrated Infrastructure with solutions developed with VCE, EMC, NetApp, IBM, Hitachi, Nimble, and Simplivity using software from VMware and Microsoft.  Cisco’s strategy has been very clear, to offer customers choice.  Cisco is adding a new option, the Cisco UCS Integrated Infrastructure for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform […]

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IT Budgets Getting Tighter in 2015: How to Manage

Arraya Insights| February 3, 2015

Hey, good news! More than half of IT leaders (58%) believe their company’s revenue is going to increase in 2015 from where it was last year. Naturally that means technology budgets will follow suit and IT will finally have a little breathing room to make some much-needed upgrades, right? Let’s hold on a minute before […]

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Microsoft Pulls Plug on Publicly-Available ANS

Arraya Insights| January 23, 2015

Heads up: The time has come to say goodbye to Advance Notification Service (ANS). Well, at least the public version of it anyway. Microsoft has announced plans to bring an end to the publically-available version of ANS and only make it available to select customers. ANS was conceived over a decade ago to play a […]

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Hackers Find Way to Bypass Windows Security Feature

Arraya Insights| January 21, 2015

Typically the saying “everything old is new again” gives a person a reason to hang on to possibly embarrassing old clothes or CDs. Unfortunately, that saying also has implications in other areas, such as digital security. For example, pros who take their eyes off a threat they thought they’d bested may just have it come […]

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Will 2015 Be the End of the Line for Email?

Arraya Insights| January 15, 2015

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: “This year will be the year the business world finally kicks email to the curb and embraces a newer, more secure alternative communication tool.” It’s one of the tech field’s favorite yearly prognostications and thus far email has continued to go strong. So, will 2015 finally be […]

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Microsoft Releases Patch for Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability

Arraya Insights| November 21, 2014

Heads up: Microsoft has just released a critical update needed to patch an elevation of privilege vulnerability lurking in Kerberos KDC. This flaw – known as Kerberos Checksum Vulnerability – could give an attacker the ability to increase the privileges of a standard user account up to the level of domain administrator. From there, the […]

Iaas vs Xaas - What's Behind the Buzzwords

Halim Chtourou| October 27, 2014

IaaS and XaaS are more than just industry buzzwords. They’re real concepts that can be implemented with relative ease through solutions like vCloud Automation Center (VCAC). Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) represents the deployment and lifecycle management of server workloads – whether they are a traditional vSphere virtual machine in an organization’s internal private cloud, […]

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Maintaining an Open Culture without Opening Up Our Floor Plan

David Bakker| October 21, 2014

Openness may be a cornerstone of our corporate culture here at Arraya, but it hasn’t become part of our floor plan. Although our company culture is progressive and supports innovation, we feel it is important to give our folks a spot to come to during their time in Arraya’s offices. Having an open floor plan […]

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Arraya Solutions' Open House Recap - October 16, 2014

Arraya Insights| October 20, 2014

Last week, Arraya Solutions hosted IT leaders from around the region at its fourth annual Open House and Technology Day. In addition to the usual networking opportunities with peers and industry-leading vendors, this year’s event held extra significance as it also celebrated Arraya’s milestone 15th corporate anniversary. The event was held on Thursday, October 16, […]

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A Look Back: Celebrating 15 Years of Arraya Solutions

Arraya Insights| October 8, 2014

Fifteen years ago, there was no such thing as an iPhone (or even an iPod, for that matter), Y2K was giving IT pros everywhere ulcers, and in the Philadelphia area, two former co-workers ventured out together to start their own business. Arraya Solutions’ co-founders Daniel Lifshutz and David Bakker met while they were both employed […]

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