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The Week’s Top IT Stories: 1/30

Each week, Eaton scours the Internet to bring you the top industry headlines of the moment. This week Amazon announced corporate email, Prosecutors traced bitcoins from the Silk Road anonymous marketplace, Mozilla put old hardware to new use running Tor relays, and Cyanogen got a new investor. See what else made our top headlines.

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LeBlanc’s Food Stores

LeBlanc's needed a space-saving, backup power solution to protect its point-of-sale terminals across Louisiana. The Eaton 3S UPS was the perfect fit.

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What are the biggest drivers of innovation? Collaboration and diversity.

When most people think of “inventors,” the first image that comes to mind is often the idea of the “mad scientist” alone in a lab – the solitary genius, confident in a singular vision for what must be done... The “Great Man” theory of innovation would have us believe that this is all part of the plan and an acceptable price to pay. It’s the innovators’ world, and the rest of us are just living in it. The truth is much more complicated – and perhaps, more optimistic.

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We have a small network environment that needs a new UPS strategy. Our main office has 4 physical servers and 4 ESX Hosts running vSphere 4 Enterprise. We were able to verify that a single 9355 is the correct size and have specified the Network card to be included, but I want to be sure we have the correct setup on shutdown software. The recommendations for IPP and IPM are a bit confusing. We need the software to shut down the ESX hosts as well as the physical servers in the event of a power outage without migrating servers. Shutting down the firewall and SAN (Dell Equallogic)would be nice too, but we have to power down the servers. Is this a job for IPP or IPM, and will the included 1-10 license cover us?

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Why the new iMac is a “Truck” and Chromebooks are “Cars”

Even though mobile devices are selling much faster and attracting much more media hype, PCs are showing surprising signs of life... there is an emerging trend where the PC market is diverging in two directions. Laptops are getting cheaper, but powerful desktops are getting more expensive.
This fulfills a prediction made by Steve Jobs before he died that the PC market would be like the auto market...

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Overcoming eight common power management challenges

How intelligent, logical and complete power management solutions provide relief for some of today’s worst power-related headaches.

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Ed Spears

Ed is a product marketing manager for Eaton’s Critical Power Solutions.

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Jim Tessier

Jim is a product manager for Eaton single phase UPSs, power monitoring software and connectivity products.

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Professor Wattson

A retired college professor, Professor Wattson consults IT managers and customers in all aspects of IT power management.

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David Windsor

A mechanical engineer, David is a Project Manager for Eaton UPS products, currently for 5-11 kVA UPSs.

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