Various cloud, virtualization, server, storage I/O poll’s

Sunday, May 20th, 2012

The following are a collection of on-going industry trends and perspectives poll's pertaining to server, storage, IO, networking, cloud, virtualization, data protection (backup, archive, BC and DR) among other related themes and topics. In addition to those listed below, check out the comments section where additional poll's are added over ...

Poll: Networking Convergence, Ethernet, InfiniBand or both?

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

I just received an email in my inbox from Voltaire along with a pile of other advertisements, advisories, alerts and announcements from other folks. What caught my eye on the email was that it is announcing a new survey results that you can read here as well as below. ...

Recent tips, videos, articles and more update V2010.1

Friday, January 8th, 2010

Realizing that some prefer blogs to webs to twitter to other venues, here are some recent links to articles, tips, videos, webcasts and other content that have appeared in different venues since August 2009.i365 Guest Interview: Experts Corner: Q&A with Greg Schulz December 2009SearchCIO Midmarket: Remote-location ...

Poll: What was hot in 2009 and what was not, cast your vote!

Monday, December 21st, 2009

This is the time of year when people make their predictions for the next year.Building on some recent surveys and polls including: Whats your take on Windows 7 Is IBM XIV still relevant EMC and Cisco Acadia VCE, what does it mean? What do you think of IT clouds Whats Your Take on ...

Poll: EMC and Cisco Acadia VCE, what does it mean?

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

EMC and Cisco recently announced their new Acadia VCE coalition along with Intel and VMware. As part of the VCE the collation or joint venture is also providing to market pre-acted vblocks that include Cisco servers power by Intel and network switches, EMC storage and management tools ...

Poll: Whats Your Take on FTC Guidelines For Bloggers?

Sunday, October 11th, 2009

If you have not heard or read yet, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) last week released new guidelines pertaining to blogger (or other social media) disclosure of if they are being paid, receiving free products or services, or simply had their costs covered to attend an event that they will ...