Sigma Uptime Vol 16. No. 2
Tomorrow’s Data Center Will Be Software-Defined
Sigma Uptime Vol 16. No. 1
Smart Cities: Hitachi helping cities respond to massive growth with advanced digital infrastructures.
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Enabling the Digital Workplace: Mobile devices, cloud-based apps, the Internet of Things and more are changing the way we work. Emerging wireless technologies are key to tying it all together.
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Looking Good: NetApp meets storage demands of data-heavy video surveillance systems.
Sigma Uptime Vol 15. No. 4
Shrinking the Storage Footprint: Storage consolidation with high-density all-flash arrays from HPE delivers multitude of benefits.
Sigma Uptime Vol 15. No. 3
Flash Forward” All-flash storage arrays from NetApp accelerate applications and deliver IT services faster than traditional architectures.
Sigma Uptime Vol 15. No. 2
The Digital Workspace: VMWare’s new Workspace ONE is designed to simplify and unify disjointed digital working styles.
Sigma Uptime Vol 15. No. 1
The Internet of Things: A look at the challenges and opportunities presented by the emerging IoT.
Sigma Uptime Vol 14. No. 6
Enabling Innovation: Simple, agile and flexible converged infrastructure solutions handle a wide range of modern data center workloads.
Sigma Uptime Vol. 14 No. 5
Opening Up: Dell’s open-networking solutions reduce cost and complexity by giving customers the option to run open-source software on Dell switches.
Sigma Uptime Vol 14. No. 4
Collaboration through the Cloud: Sigma’s new solution suite makes it easy to access enterprise-class communication systems.
Sigma Uptime Vol. 14 No. 3
Mission-Critical Cloud: Why you should move core business applications into the cloud.
Sigma Uptime Vol. 14 No. 2
Choosing the Right Storage: EMC’s broad and deep product portfolio offers unique design characteristics for addressing diverse workloads.
Sigma Uptime Vol. 14 No. 1
Making the IT-as-a-Service Transition – Speed, agility and operational maturity are the hallmarks of next-generation IT organizations.
Sigma Uptime Vol. 13 No. 6
Apps Rule! Citrix and Cisco offer tightly integrated technologies that support an application-centric approach to network management and control.
Sigma Uptime Vol 13 No 5
The Next Wave of IT Consumerization: The rise of employee-owned devices, consumer apps and cloud services is changing the role of the IT department.
Sigma Uptime Vol 13 No 4
Supporting the Internet of Things: Software-defined networking will enable organizations to manage billions of network-connected objects and tap the ‘big data’ they will generate.
Sigma Uptime Vol 13 No 3
Converged infrastructure solutions help speed provisioning and deployment while relieving IT complexity and sprawl.
Sigma Uptime Vol 13 No 2
In this EMC-focused issue learn more about how as flash storage dominates the headlines, EMC’s XtremIO all-flash arrays make news thanks to extreme performance, scalability and data protection.
Sigma Uptime Vol 13 No 1
Lifting the fog – With Sigma CloudSource, Sigma Solutions helps customers get their cloud initiatives off the ground.
Sigma Uptime Vol 12 No 6
Improving Data Center Efficiency: Sigma Solutions works with HP to deliver solutions and services designed to eliminate data center complexity.
Sigma Uptime Vol 12 No 5
Enabling the Future of the Data Center – VMware’s software-defined data center architecture extends the benefits of virtualization across all data center resources.
Sigma Uptime Vol 12 No 4
The New Normal: Sigma and Citrix help change the way we work through virtualization, mobility and the cloud.
Sigma Uptime Vol 12 No 3
Yours, mine & ours the challenge of commingled personal and business data in the age of BYOD.
Sigma Uptime Vol 12 No 2
Mobile application management (MAM) shifts the focus from managing mobile devices to securing the applications the devices access.
Sigma Uptime Vol 12 No 1
How software-defined networking transcends the limitations of current network technologies.
Sigma Uptime Vol 11 No 6
A glimpse into the future for IT organizations.
Sigma Uptime Vol 11 No 5
Go with the PROS: Sigma’s unified support infrastructure ensures efficiency, reliability and predictable IT costs.
Sigma Uptime Vol 11 No 4
Unified Storage Redefined.
Sigma Uptime Vol 11 No 3
Closing the Door on Backup Window Challenges.
Sigma Uptime Vol 11 No 2
Optimizing Desktop Virtualization.
Sigma Uptime Vol 11 No 1
Creating IT Flexibility: HP’s FlexNetwork architecture unifies network ‘silos’ to increase flexibility for today’s virtual, media-rich and cloud environments.
Sigma Uptime Vol 10 No 6
Transform your data center with the 3-D scaling storage platform from Hitachi Data Systems.
Sigma Uptime Vol 10 No 5
Real Data Protection For Virtual Machines.
Sigma Uptime Vol 10 No 4
The Big Picture: Digital video is here to stay. How will your organization deal with it?
Sigma Uptime Vol 10 No 3
A BETTER APPROACH TO DATA PROTECTION: Sigma’s SAFEStore cloud-based managed backup service eliminates the headaches and hidden costs associated with traditional onsite backup while ensuring data protection, reducing downtime and improving regulatory compliance.
Sigma Uptime Vol 10 No 2
Defusing the Data Storage Time Bomb.
Sigma Uptime Vol 10 No 1
MIXED SIGNALS: Striking a balance between user access and network security.
Sigma Uptime Vol 9 No 6
Enabling the Mobile Desktop.
Sigma Uptime Vol 9 No 5
Going the Distance: Sigma acquires DTS Communications to help customers extend the reach of their networks using wireless.