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Google Cloud wins “seven figure” military security contract

Google Cloud has won a “seven figure” contract with the US Department of Defense’s Innovation Unit to help it detect and respond to cyber threats. Google Cloud said the deal will allow the Innovation Unit to run applications across platforms using Anthos – including Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure – while being …

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Dependability demands of your VDI infrastructure are skyrocketing

In recent weeks, COVID-19 forced many organizations to either scale up their existing virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) deployments or set up a new one. Either of these approaches is a rushed response to an evolving business continuity risk, as a significant percentage of employees are now forced to work remotely. Your IT continuity risks are evolving in …

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Data Centers Feeling the Heat! The History and Future of Data Center Cooling

As we look back on the data center environment of the past 10 to 15 years, the power densities of server racks have remained stable at 3 to 5 kW. During this period, air-cooled data centers using chillers and computer room air conditioning (CRAC) units were sufficient to overcome the heat dissipation from the servers, …

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