Michael Stanclift is an IT professional with over a decade of experience spanning roles as a systems administrator, and as a consultant. Focusing on virtualization, data center networking, and storage, he is a multi-year recipient of the VMware vExpert and Cisco Champion awards. Specific areas of interest are desktop virtualization, end user computing, and scale out systems. Michael holds several industry certifications, including the VCAP, EMCIE and CCNA, and is currently a systems engineer for a VAR based in Kansas City.
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Recent December, 2015 Stories
Cisco has said that they will audit their own code to make sure that it is free of back-door holes that would weaken the effectiveness of their products following the Juniper discoveries.
Nutanix announced on Wednesday that it intends to go public and raise $200 million to help it drive new sales and build out its products.
NetApp, Inc. on Monday announced its intent to acquire the Boulder, Colorado based all-flash array (AFA) vendor SolidFire, for $870 million in cash.
Juniper Network’s NetScreen firewalls contains an unauthorized backdoor allowing third parties to potentially monitor encrypted VPN traffic.
Pearson VUE, who manages the certification programs for a large number of IT vendors like Cisco and EMC, has announced that their credential system has been compromised.
Splish, splash. EMC has announced their "Data Lake 2.0" strategy, and it's time to get your Isilon's enterprise bits to get all wet.
IBM today announced that it has acquired Austin, Texas based Gravitant to expand it's hybrid cloud offering.
Those who are looking to obtain the highest certification level in VMware’s portfolio, watch out, the company announced in a blog post by Chris Colotti that they’ve made an adjustment to the process. Gone is the final part of the defense, where in the last 15 minutes candidates would be given hypothetical troubleshooting scenarios. Instead, the time […]
On Monday, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman, rang the opening bell at the NYSE to complete the separation of HP and HPE.