Hi I would like to have to enter DNS-Alias Name instead of "only" IP. This is in EqualLogic Group Configuration, Tab Notifications, E-Mail Configuration Settings. Thanks
Nano data storage beig able to store thousand of data and high resolution images on data devices no bigger than a fingernail. That an ultra-smooth surface is the key factor for "Self-assembly" a cheap, high-volume, high-density patterning techique. This allows manfactuers to use the method on a variety of different surfaces. This discovery paves the way for the developemnt of the next generations data storage devices, with capacities of up to 10 Terabits per square inch, which could lead to signficantly greater storage on much small data devices. The "Self-assembly" technique is one of the simplest and cheapest high-volume methods for creating uniform, densly-packed nanostructures that could potentialy help store data. Self-assembly is one of the leading candidates for large scale nanofabrication at very high pattern densities. One of its most obvious applications will be in the field of bit patterned media or the hard disk industry. It's has a limit of surface roughness allowed for the successful self-assembly of dots, whihc could eventually be used in making high-density data storage. If we want large scale, large area nanopatterning using very affordable self-assembly, the surface needs to be extremely smooth so that we can achieve efficient, successful self-assembly and with lower incidences of defects.
Introduce a precision mobile workstation in a 14" chassis with a 15" IPS HD+ screen. Also add an additional option of the current 15" Precision Mobile Workstation chassis with a 17" IPS HD+ screen. This would be preferrable to the Covet Edition option.
This would be a software that would be implemented onto current and future POS stations used for scanning credit cards. What it would do is allow the option for the user to get a paper receipt and/or an electronic receipt. This electronic receipt would be sent to the cloud for storage giving the user the ability to access it at a later time. It could also be simultaneously texted or emailed to the user allowing immediate review of the receipt.This would allow the user to both review receipts with out the waste of paper and ink, and give them a record keeping system that could be used when working with taxes or other financial systems.These electronic copies of receipts would open up a new door on applications allowing users to pool together their information to find the best deals in the area, the average price of an item, and so much more.This idea could be marketed to stores as a way to save them money on paper and ink for pos machines. It would be good for your image since it would be considered green. It would be very well received by consumers as a single location for them to manage their receipts for tax season. It would be a reason for consumers that still use cash to get away from in increasing your overall flow of money and transactions.It could even be used with a yearly fee, or single fee for the option for the consumer to purchase a dvd copy of their data for archiving.
I have some request from Dell Enterprise Customers’ that they are requesting to do health check of Dell Servers & Storage.Also when I re-locate the datacenter of our some customer they are also asking about Health Check the systems before moving the equipment from old datacenter and after that when they start production run again health check of the system.So in the above situation I would like to raise this request to provide Dell Health Check software for enterprise customers.RegardsAsim
The rails for the power vaults need to be more like the rails that are for the servers. The current rail system is too short to fit in my rack and I currently have to leave my power vault sitting on the APC UPS at the bottom of the rack.
I submitted an RFP to Dell on SIX HUNDRED work stations and a possible in-house server setup. I received an auto response that someone would contact me. No one ever did! Dell doesn't need the business?
Following Dell's acqusition of Compellent, it appears that a decision was made to remove the Compellent logo from the front of each drive carrier. I discovered this after purchasing (and recieving just yesterday) a new shelf of 15K SAS disks for my Compellent SAN. Here's the new shelf as installed (the new shelf is on the bottom).As you can see, not only do the new drives not match the rest of the system, but also (and perhaps more importantly) the Compellent branding is significantly decreased, making the array look like a generic no-name disk array. Yes, the Dell|Compellent logo is present on the right-side bezel, but that's a miniscule amount of real-estate compared to having a logo on each drive carrier.Please consider bringing back the Compellent logo on these drive carriers.Thank you![Personal information redacted]
In every enterprise there is a need for a lightweight server, running a domain server, email server, webserver for intranet, etc These servers don't need much processing capability, but as they run all the time need to be energy efficient and not take up too much room. Of course a lot of these are virtualised now, but this doesn't suit everyone. My idea is to create a new server platform which is basically an android based mobile phone without the phone connectivity and to either rely on wifi, or add a network connection. For disk based tasks add an SSD drive which would be fast and also low heat/energy. Android can easily run domain server, email server, etc software The OS can also be locked down to prevent virus attacks, and because it can be treated as a true appliance the maintenance for the device would be very low (no running large numbers of windows updates etc) Because of it's size, you could fit a very large number of this appliance servers in a rack mounting kit. In terms of creating these devices, a lot of the software and hardware already exists already. Please let me know what you think of this idea.
The newest PERC H700 and H800 RAID Controllers have this new "feature" that should be removed in the next firmware release: "Blocking of non Dell certified drives being used with PERC H700 or PERC H800" That quote was taken directly from perc-technical-guidebook.pdf Dell has confirmed that those controllers will prevent an off-the-shelf SAS or SATA drive from being used. Right now there is no way around this besides purchasing a different controller. There is NO indication of this "feature" when purchasing the system. Dell claims that they do this becasue their drive firmware is superior and that they will be selling them for at least 10 years. What do I do after 10 years? What if I need a replacement NOW and can't wait a few days? What if I don't want to pay Dell's 250% markup on drives when I can get the same drive from the same manufacturer from newegg.com for less than half the price? I (and many people on the linux-poweredge mailing list) propose this solution: The controller or OMSA should remind the user that the non-Dell drive is not supported by Dell and require the user to acknowledge this before the drive can be used. That way Dell can cover their behind and the user has the freedom they expect from Dell. The current approach of blocking the drive can only be described as greedy. Especially because Dell does not make an effort to inform people before the purchase the hardware. Status Update: Please see Dennis_s' comment for further details. Thanks for posting!
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