virtual reality sickness-a tech explanation

Blog Editor/ May 22, 2019/ Caveats-Technical, Enterprise tips, tricks and best practice implementation, Expert Enterprise Technical Advice (EETA), Kemaza technical resources for IT pros, Tech Definitions, Tekmart hardware maintenance tips, Virtual Reality/ 0 comments

Virtual reality sickness (VR motion sickness) is the physical discomfort that occurs when an end user’s brain receives conflicting signals about self-movement in a digital environment. Posted by: Margaret Rouse WhatIs.com While the exact number of people who will be affected by VR motion sickness cannot be known in advance, software engineers who develop VR and augmented reality (AR) environments typically

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bullwhip effect-definition

Blog Editor/ April 25, 2019/ CIO Resources, Digital business transformation, Enterprise tips, tricks and best practice implementation, Expert Enterprise Technical Advice (EETA), Kemaza technical resources for IT pros, Tech Definitions, Technical Questions Answered by Experts/ 0 comments

How does your company work to reduce the bullwhip effect? The bullwhip effect is a supply chain phenomenon describing how small fluctuations in demand at the retail level can cause progressively larger fluctuations in demand at the wholesale, distributor, manufacturer and raw material supplier levels. Posted by: Margaret Rouse WhatIs.com Contributor(s): Diann Daniel The effect is named after the physics involved in cracking a

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4 essential composable infrastructure questions answered

Blog Editor/ April 23, 2019/ Ask the experts, CIO Resources, Expert Enterprise Technical Advice (EETA), Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Implementation, Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Management, Hyper-Converged Systems, Kemaza technical resources for IT pros, Technical Questions Answered by Experts/ 0 comments

What benefits would you expect from deploying composable architecture in your IT environment? Learn how composable IT works, and find out when this highly flexible, programmable infrastructure model makes sense for your servers, network, and storage and when it doesn’t. Alastair Cooke SearchVirtualDesktop When we first started using virtualization, the value was in saving money by consolidating low-utilization physical servers.

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A guide to hyper-converged data resiliency options and requirements

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What methods — RAID, replication factors, erasure coding, etc. — does your organization use to make sure its hyper-converged infrastructure environment remains data resilient? What you need to find out from HCI vendors to architect a resilient hyper-converged environment that will protect data against failure, error and attack. Scott D. Lowe Consultant – ActualTech Media – SearchServerVirtualization One benefit hyper-converged infrastructure offers

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Cisco, Dell Technologies renew VxBlock dalliance

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Cisco and Dell Technologies may be rivals in the server business, but when it comes to converged infrastructure, the two vendors remain strong partners. Garry Kranz Senior News Writer – TechTarget – SearchStorage 23 Apr 2019 Cisco, EMC and VMware in 2009 formed VCE, a joint venture that ushered in Vblock era of converged infrastructure. A lot has changed since in the

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leaf-spine -definition

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Leaf-spine is a two-layer network topology composed of leaf switches and spine switches. Posted by: Margaret Rouse WhatIs.com Leaf-spine is a two-layer data center network topology that’s useful for data centers that experience more east-west network traffic than north-south traffic. The topology is composed of leaf switches (to which servers and storage connect) and spine switches (to which leaf switches connect).

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8 steps to effective multi-cloud cost management

Blog Editor/ April 19, 2019/ Ask the experts, CIO Resources, Cloud storage, Cloud storage management and standards, Enterprise Storage, Expert Enterprise Technical Advice (EETA), Kemaza technical resources for IT pros, Networks and Storage, Technical Questions Answered by Experts/ 0 comments

How do you manage the costs associated with maintaining multiple clouds? Strategic thinking and careful planning can help you squeeze the maximum value out of your multi-cloud environment. Here are eight tips to help you get started. John Edwards Freelancer – SearchStorage The financial and productivity benefits associated with embracing a multi-cloud environment are well-known. But multi-cloud infrastructures are complex, with

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Top 4 cloud storage use cases to connect private and public clouds

Blog Editor/ April 19, 2019/ CIO Resources, Cloud storage, Disaster Recovery (DR), Enterprise Storage, Enterprise tips, tricks and best practice implementation, Expert Enterprise Technical Advice (EETA), Kemaza technical resources for IT pros, Networks and Storage, Technical Questions Answered by Experts/ 0 comments

What strategies are employed by your organization to connect private and public clouds, and for what storage use cases? Get effective tips and strategies for connecting internal storage infrastructure and private clouds with compute and storage from public cloud service providers. George Crump President – Storage Switzerland – SearchITChannel Public and private clouds are no longer an either-or option for most organizations.

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Your move to the cloud should be a walk, not a run

Blog Editor/ April 19, 2019/ Ask the experts, Cloud storage, Cloud storage management and standards, Enterprise tips, tricks and best practice implementation, Expert Enterprise Technical Advice (EETA), Networks and Storage/ 0 comments

What missteps did your organization encounter when implementing a cloud move? Don’t become a cautionary tale when moving to the cloud. Take the time to look at your long-term costs, staffing issues and how future needs will be met. Nick Martin Editorial Director – TechTarget – SearchServerVirtualization By now, you’ve no doubt heard countless industry pundits and analysts proclaim that the cloud

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How has ransomware recovery changed in recent years?

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What ransomware prevention measures are you taking? The threat of ransomware has evolved over the past few years, causing many organizations to re-examine how they plan to recover data in the event of an attack. Brien Posey Microsoft MVP – SearchDataBackup History has shown that anyone can fall victim to ransomware. Ransomware infections don’t discriminate and have caused data loss in

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