Server virtualization technology allows you to run multiple operating systems and applications on the same machine. You don't have to install, power, cool, administer, integrate or accommodate an actual server. You eliminate the risk of a dedicated physical server failing; resulting in lost productivity and useless downtime.
In the dedicated server world, each single piece of hardware is a potential point of failure; when one goes down its associated applications are unavailable until the server is fixed. A Virtual Dedicated Server can help you solve this problem along with many others.
Our platform includes features like HA and Vmotion®
At CyberTrails, we offer the most cutting-edge virtual server solution on the market today using VMware®. This Virtual Dedicated Server solution has transformed the industry; allowing for endless flexibility and the ability to leverage resources much more effectively. Not only that, but this technology is running in sunny Phoenix, Arizona where disasters are virtually non-existent.
Intel executive admits devices haven't been good enough to justify an upgrade, but says the company's new processor will get things moving.
Microsoft is taking a chance by comparing Surface RT with the iPad. The comparisons -- even those listed by Microsoft -- aren't that favorable. Originally posted at News - Microsoft
The European Commission is spending 5 billion euros to coordinate and advance the processor industry in Europe. The goal: a fifth of worldwide manufacturing.
Designed for 802.11ac wireless, the new 5G chips are being targeted for entry-level devices. Originally posted at News - Internet & Media
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Tesla is proving that a U.S. electric car company can succeed. It paid off a $465 million loan nine years early.
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The tech research firm believes 78 million PCs will ship with touch by 2016, up from 4.6 million in 2012.
The board urges shareholders to vote "yes" for the bill when they meet to place their ballots on May 31. Originally posted at News - Mobile