Vendor View: Smaller companies have special requirements
- By Eric Courville
Unidesk President and CEO Don Bulens is in a rut, but a profitable one at that.
Hypervisor Shootout Report from the Taneja Group
All too often, organizations function without a Service Level Agreement (SLA) in the face of stringent expectations.
- By Rick Vanover
VMware officially announced that the vSphere 4.1 release will be the last one to offer the company's full ESX Server hypervisor with a console operating system.
Redmond is looking to streamline the application process via Windows Azure, but it can't ignore server virtualization or VDI if it wants to overtake VMware.
The VMware update to vSphere boasts an amazing number of improvements and new features.
- By Rick Vanover
Simplified virtual lab management software allows even users to create their own testing environments.
Catbird fills virtualization gaps, particularly in security and compliance.
Vendor View: IT seeking to accommodate the proliferation of virtualization projects
- By Heidi Biggar
Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Advanced Server Virtual Edition is a cost-efficient addition to the IT arsenal.
- By Logan Harbaugh
Jeff McNaught's career, in a nutshell: started software company; worked on TRS-80; co-developed first Windows-based thin client at Wyse that remains model for all thin clients sold today.
VMware Go is a free, Web-based product initially released at VMworld 2009.
One of the hottest virtualization markets to date is turning into a vendor free-for-all as a mixture of established and startup companies rush to stake their claims.
- By Alan Maddison
Diskeeper's defragmentation software for server virtualization offers useful features and unique value.