February 14th, 2015 by admin
There are some people who encounter a problem with their Drobo disk array. Although this latest generation of RAID storage technology tends to work really well, some problems are always going to occur mainly because this is still a mechanical device. When handling a problem with a Drobo disk, it is important to check the manufacturer’s guidelines first before you do anything rash. You have to make sure that you are following the right measures when this particular storage device is not functioning well.
When everything else fails and you are having a hard time fixing your Drobo disk, it is always going to be in your best interest to contact a hard drive recovery specialist. You can find these either by calling the Drobo company direct, or by doing a simple web search. If you don’t choose the right data recovery company, the risks are greater that you may lose all of the data on the device before you have a chance to recover it.
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December 30th, 2014 by admin
In survey after survey, you rate poor data quality as a top concern for data warehouses. Yet when it comes time to open your wallet, there are suddenly more pressing issues. Do you honestly think ignoring the problem will make it go away? Get real. It’s time to put on the old hip boots and wade into the muck. Either that or end up with mud on your face when your $10 million warehouse grinds to a halt because no one trusts the data. Read the rest of this entry »
December 24th, 2014 by admin
Brent Mills calls Sunhawk Corp., the company he co-founded, “the second wave of the Internet.” That’s because Sunhawk’s products, development process and marketing are all completely digital. Using innovative software, Sunhawk produces and markets multimedia sheet music that can be downloaded, read, rearranged and even played over the Internet. The foundation of the virtual organization: an intranet that is the glue between software programmers in Canada, music editors in Russia and Sunhawk’s official “headquarters” in a Seattle house. Read the rest of this entry »
December 17th, 2014 by admin
SNA Server 4.0 extends the product’s already broad reach even further, pairing important new protocol gateway features with innovative data and transaction integration features. In particular, SNA’s new ability to provide seamless access to mainframe transaction code will provide Windows developers with the best of both worlds. For straight terminal access, organizations that don’t want to run IP directly on their host will find SNA Server the most complete option around.
Pros: Rich 3270 and 5250 emulation services; failover and load balancing; allows host Read the rest of this entry »
December 5th, 2014 by admin
In the nearly two years since the first push systems landed on desktops, vendors have sold the technology to almost everyone–everyone, that is, but corporate IT.
To be sure, the concept of pushing data or applications to desktops has caught the eye of users and analysts alike. Startups such as PointCast Inc., Read the rest of this entry »
November 25th, 2014 by admin
The LDAP tidal wave forced vendors to adopt the standard whether they wanted to or not, galvanizing product development efforts.
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol quickly gained that power because the directory market is small and immature. No single vendor or technology had grabbed the market share and the momentum to drive the market when LDAP came along, so the standard took center stage.
In the messaging market, things are different. Yes, we have Internet standards that have a Read the rest of this entry »