The Editor's Daily Picks
TechRepublic Member | September 26, 2012
Can BlackBerry 10 be RIM's thumb-driven saviour?
RIM has pinned its hopes on BlackBerry 10 taking the number three position in mobiles, and more. Read more
Resource of the day
Standardization and Modularity in Data Center Physical Infrastructure
Adopting modular standardization as a design strategy for data center physical infrastructure (DCPI)is well worth your time and well worth the expense. Download this whitepaper for an understanding of the wide-ranging benefits.
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Today's recommended downloads
Stay ahead of insider threats with predictive, intelligent security (IBM)
Review of Four Studies Comparing Efficiency of AC and DC Distribution for Data Centers (APC by Schneider Electric)
Replacing Legacy IBM Power Architectures with HP Proliant Servers (Hewlett-Packard (HP))
IT Cost-Saving Initiatives: Change Processes and Maximize Resources (SkillSoft)
Avoid the Hidden Costs of Upgrading Data Center Power Capacity (APC by Schneider Electric)
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