Now most of the access points that ship are marked 802.11ac capable. The question is what does it really bring? And is it really worth the upgrade?
You just built a nice Disaster Recovery site, and your important Virtual Machines are being replicated to that location. It is time to failover? Check this article.
VMware networking is definitely not a nightmare. But it can appear a little different from your traditional way of doing things.
They tell you it is faster, easy to implement, operate and manage. They tell you: it is virtualization in a box, the software-defined datacenter with servers, storage and networking abstraction; it is the new building block of infrastructure.
If I can take a snapshot of my system, why do I need backup? Or if I already have backup, why do you want me to archive?
Tape allows you to easily have a second media to save your data to, and because it does not need to be online (it is a copy), you can ship it to another location to meet the requirement of having …
This type of backup provides the right balance between cost, complexity, speed, availability, recoverability and retention. Does this mean that you can just buy a few hard drives in the computer shop across the street?