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451 Research: The Green Grid breaks out of the datacenter to explore smart cities and the cloud

In the article below, the 451 Group’s European research manager, Andrew Donoghue, offers an interesting take on efforts of The Green Grid to remain relevant in an industry that is fickle in its support of the Next Big Thing. According to Donoghue, the organization built its reputation on “the hype around green IT” but is [...]

Andrew Donoghue, European research manager, 451 Group

Rob Carmichael - Woodbine Inel integrator

New Intel for Woodbine races

Beyond their intrinsic value as a showcase for new technology implementation, case studies provide another service. They demonstrate the art-of the-possible, and in so doing enable businesses to vision how IT solutions might be applied in their own circumstance – and to what end. By comparing and contrasting their own organization’s needs with that of [...]


Kevin Peesker, president, Dell Canada

Dell helps Art of the Entrepreneur celebrate small business

Rarely riveting, conferences on entrepreneurship are often like a dose of castor oil – good for you, but hard going down. Most are long on advice from the other shore – the ‘have-already-made-its’ – and replete with pious counsel but typically fails to address the real life concerns or capture the energy of this emerging [...]


Management algorithms a cloud panacea?

In the article below, Kevin Fogarty tackles the thorny topic of data centre power management, a huge subject that encompasses cloud and virtualization technologies, the politics of efficiency vs. uptime in facilities management as well as power and carbon pricing. He has chosen to focus in this piece on recent research exploring the potential for [...]

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