Jeff James is a Content Marketing Strategy Manager for HP Enterprise, focusing on HP Technology Services. He is the former Editorial Director for the Petri IT Knowledgebase, and also was the Editor-in-Chief of both Windows IT Pro and Microsoft Technet Magazine. Jeff also served as an editorial director at the LEGO Company, and has more than 20 years of experience as an award-winning technology writer, journalist, and digital content producer. Jeff started writing technology articles for AmigaWorld, Computer Gaming World, and other tech publications and websites in the early 1990’s.
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Public cloud and private cloud solutions both offer unique advantages (and limitations), and choosing the right platform for the right workload can be a difficult task. So why choose?
If you’re considering a move to flash storage – like HPE 3PAR StoreServ Storage — HPE Technology Services Consulting (TSC) provides a Flash Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Analysis Service that can help you see just how much money you might save by moving to an all-flash storage environment.
What can an established company do to compete with revolutionary companies, or to compete more effectively with existing, yet more agile, competitors? Jeff James gives his take in his latest article for Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Transforming an existing IT infrastructure into a more agile one that supports an increasingly digital business environment is no easy task. Learn several different tips on choosing a service partner that not only works for you, but can also tailor your infrastructure based on business needs.
Editorial Director Jeff James ends his tenure at The Petri IT Knowledgebase with some thoughts on what made the site such a pleasure to be a part of.
Petri IT Knowledgebase Editorial Director Jeff James supplies his list of top 13 things system administrators hate about IT vendors.
Want to know what Microsoft Ignite 2015 was like, but couldn’t make the trip? Editorial Director Jeff James has you covered with his Microsoft Ignite 2015 event wrap-up.
Microsoft has announced the date and location for Microsoft Ignite 2016, and it looks like it will be coming back to Chicago.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella kicked off the first-ever Microsoft Ignite conference by saying that Microsoft has transformed itself to fulfill its “cloud-first, mobile-first” mission.
This year’s Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Summit focused on highlighting the latest cloud security threats and how IT security professionals can mitigate them.
With the RSA Conference 2015 as a backdrop, Microsoft has announced some new security improvements and features for Office 365.
Heading to the RSA Security Conference? Check out our conference guide for all the latest tips, tricks, and advice for getting the most out of the event.
Google is firing the latest salvo in the form of a host of new updates to a variety of Google Cloud Networking services.