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ARM: A revolution for dedicated servers and the cloud

The ARM architecture, long known for its dominance in mobile devices, is making a significant leap into new technological areas. Recent data indicates a growing trend in the adoption of ARM in other fields, such as data centers, challenging traditional conceptions about its use. According to the latest statistics, over 12% of PCs sold today

What is a bare-metal server? Features and advantages

Bare Metal as a Service: Direct access to physical servers

When a company needs to support its IT infrastructure, it must evaluate all available options to determine the most suitable one. The chosen solution should allow the company to be competitive and adapt flexibly to market needs. One of the most notable alternatives is Bare Metal as a Service (BMaaS), a cloud solution that offers

Data protection and data sovereignty in the digital economy

Preparing for the arrival of the NIS2 Directive

The NIS2 Directive (Network and Information Systems Directive 2) represents a crucial step in the evolution of cybersecurity in the European Union. Introduced to enhance and expand the protection provided by the 2016 NIS Directive, NIS2 addresses the increasing sophistication of cyber threats and the need for more robust and comprehensive defense. Key Changes in

Comparativa Proxmox vs VMware

Proxmox vs VMware: Virtualization platforms comparison

In modern IT infrastructure, virtualization is essential to reduce costs, improve security, and facilitate management. In this article, we compare two of the leading virtualization platforms: VMware, the market leader, and Proxmox VE, an open-source solution that has gained much popularity in recent years. VMware vSphere and VMware ESXi VMware offers two key products: vSphere

Most powerful supercomputers ranking

The 500 most powerful supercomputers use Linux

The world’s most powerful supercomputers use Linux. A supercomputer is a device whose computing capabilities are by far higher than those of common computers. The most powerful supercomputer nowadays exceeds 1,190 Petaflops (PFlops). This is a performance no personal device can achieve. Besides, it is worth mentioning that Linux has dominated the list of the

Data protection and data sovereignty in the digital economy

Data protection and data sovereignty in the digital economy

Data protection and data sovereignty are increasingly important in the digital economy — so much that there is even a Data Privacy Day, celebrated every January 28th, since 2007. Why is it so? Because as data becomes more and more valuable for individuals, organizations and institutions, data sovereignty, protection and privacy have become key aspects

Cloud repatriation

Cloud repatriation to dedicated IT solutions

Cloud repatriation is gaining popularity among CIOs and CTOs to achieve higher performance, control and cost efficiency as projects evolve and scale. It is a valuable tool to relocate workloads when the balance between costs and benefits is not as expected. Repatriation generally involves migrating to a dedicated solution that works best for running the


Backups: schedules, frequency and types

Backups are a simple form of disaster recovery (DR) to be protected against contingencies like data corruption or deletion, system failures, faulty updates or cyberattacks.  As the digital world slowly but surely integrates into our daily personal and professional lives, we have to learn to change the way we use, store and manage data in

what is a data center

What is a data center?

A Data Center or Internet Data Center is a facility where an organization or a service provider centralizes their necessary computing resources. You might have heard about it a lot lately, since the term Data Center has become very common. Nowadays, most of the data we manage — from mobile phones, tablets and computers — ends up stored in these Data Centers. Actually, many people refer to Data Centers as the Cloud, in a more generic way.

Cloud migration strategies

Cloud migration strategies and challenges

There are different cloud migration strategies among which organizations can choose when they decide to outsource their infrastructure. As well as diverse challenges that they often have to overcome. Main cloud migration strategies A cloud migration strategy is a plan to move data, applications and workloads into the cloud. Cloud migration strategies generally refer to


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