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VMware's NSX News: Explore the New Use Cases & Features

Arraya Insights| May 23, 2016

Businesses building towards the software-defined data center (SDDC) take note: VMware has rolled out a new tiered-licensing model for NSX, its network virtualization platform. The idea behind  this change is increased flexibility. By offering three tiers, each building off the last, VMware has allowed customers to invest in the NSX version that makes the most […]

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How to Make Your Company Less Appealing to Hackers

Arraya Insights| May 19, 2016

Throw a few speed bumps in their paths and many cyber criminals will give up and look for easier targets. That was one of the takeaways from a blog post we did back in March on cyber-attacks from the attackers perspective. More recently, this sentiment was echoed in Verizon’s 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR). […]

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The Intersection of Digitization and Security

Dan Lifshutz| May 18, 2016

One word that’s come up a great deal lately in conversations with customers is digitization. In an effort to provide end users with on-demand access to data or services, businesses have turned to digitization. While speed and availability are certainly important criteria in today’s business world, there’s another element that carries a steep price if overlooked: […]

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Responding to Malware Threats: 3 All-Too-Common Missteps

Arraya Insights| May 13, 2016

With all of the bad news about malware out there, how about a “glass half full perspective?” According to one study, malware infections aren’t necessarily becoming more common. The key word there is necessarily, as IT leaders are on the fence about the issue. Still, it could be worse. For a look at how it […]

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What You Need to Know From EMC World 2016: Day 3

Arraya Insights| May 5, 2016

The overarching theme of EMC World 2016 has been modernize. Day 1 was all about modernizing the industry, while day 2 focused on modernizing your data center. The theme of Day 3?  Modernize your business. In addition to the product announcements and insights, the day featured an address from producer John Landeau (Avatar and Titanic) […]

What You Need to Know From EMC World 2016: Day 2

Arraya Insights| May 4, 2016

EMC World 2016’s themes of automation and the need to modernize were echoed frequently during Day 2. They came up during a keynote address given by Jeremy Burton, EMC’s President of Products and Marketing. “Modernize. Automate. That will transform your IT Operations,” Burton said. The idea behind this message was also palpable throughout the day’s […]

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What Microsoft's New Azure Update Can Do For Your VMware VMs

Arraya Insights| March 30, 2016

Microsoft just made protecting VMware virtual machines (VMs) in the Azure cloud as seamless as possible – and it did so while lowering cost of ownership and improving manageability. Those are some of the takeaways from a recent announcement by the tech giant concerning the enhanced VMware-to-Azure functionality that has come to Azure Site Recovery […]

How to Bounce Back Quickly From a Data Breach

Arraya Insights| March 23, 2016

Data. It’s essentially the lifeblood that every organization has in common. Every day, businesses take more in, send more out, and make more themselves. Without data, we’d all be very far up a not so scenic creek with nowhere to go. Considering the value and volume of all of that data, it’s no surprise cyber […]

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Securing Your Network Edge and the Data that Crosses It

Arraya Insights| March 16, 2016

Has your boss ever walked up to you and said something like: “We need to better secure our network!”? With the amount of cyber-attacks occurring lately, security is top of mind for almost every organization. Unfortunately, “We need to better secure our network!” is an extremely broad phrase and it doesn’t offer much in the […]

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SQL Server to Linux: What Else Does Microsoft Have In Store?

Arraya Insights| March 15, 2016

Heads up: Microsoft’s SQL Server is coming to Linux! That’s the most eye-catching item contained in a recent blog post by Microsoft highlighting the changes coming to SQL Server in the months ahead. When viewed as a whole, these announcements seem indicative of the more powerful, smarter, and more available future Microsoft envisions for SQL […]

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