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Virtualization and Cloud Computing: Adapt or Go Extinct

A SolarWinds survey finds a radically different IT landscape than what existed a few short years ago, and much has to do with virtualization and cloud computing.

Unitrends UVB 8.0 Can Back Up, Restore vSphere, Hyper-V and XenServer

Formerly known as PHD Virtual Backup, it's the product of Unitrend's acquisition of PHD last year.

Surveys Point to Software-Defined Networking Growth

Two brand-new surveys show similar attitudes about the future adoption of SDN technology in the data center.

Forrester: Public Clouds Are Viable for Backup and Disaster Recovery

A study also found that most IT pros remain concerned about security and privacy of data backed up in the cloud.

Fast Provisioning with VMware vCloud Suite

For one health care organization, fast provisioning of development environments translates to a serious competitive advantage.

EMC Stakeholder May Want To Split Off VMWare

EMC CEO Joe Tucci has resisted past attempts to do just that.

NEC, Meru Networks Lead Convergence of Software-Defined Networking and Wi-Fi

Companies to make OpenFlow-enabled products interoperable for unified wired and wireless network access.

As VMworld Looms, VMware Faces a Fight on Many Fronts

It might look like VMware is approaching solution sprawl, but there's some precision and orchestration among its breadth of offerings. Before you head to San Francisco and VMworld 2014, here's a look at the current state of datacenter solutions as VMware sees it.

Update for Veeam Management Pack Adds Support for Hyper-V

The release is integrated with System Center Operations Manager.

Microsoft Has a Healthy Q4

The Nokia influence dragged profits down, however.

Rethinking IT, Part 3: Storage, Backup, Big Data Analysis and More

Microsoft's cloud platform has a lot to offer -- too much, in fact, to fit into one or two articles. This final part focuses on media management, disaster recovery and Active Directory.

VMware Reports Strong Q2 Earnings

Its AirWatch acquisition, although expensive, is apparently paying dividends.

Big Switch Unveils Flagship Datacenter SDN Fabric

Company seeks to combine software-defined networking benefits with less expensive bare-metal switches.

Reports: Next Update for Windows 8.1 on Track for August Release

Various Internet rumors are claiming that Update 2 will have new features and functionality.

Five VM-Level Infrastructure Adaptations

Infrastructure is evolving for the better, making the job of the admin easier in the long run. Here are five ways it's evolving to work at the VM level.

Cisco Teases Software-Defined Networking Controller

APIC EM controller is key to company's answer to SDN.

Microsoft to Lay Off 18,000 Workers

Middle management, former Nokia employees will suffer the brunt of the cutbacks.

Virtual Mobility Is the Question: How Do VMware, Microsoft and Citrix Answer?

Users are demanding access to increasingly larger sets of sensitive corporate resources on any device from anywhere, any time. Your challenge is to make it look easy. Citrix, VMware and Microsoft have been developing strategies that can help you meet that challenge head on.

Microsoft COO: We 'Ate VMware's Lunch'

Kevin Turner takes aim at his company's biggest virtualization rival during a keynote at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference.

VMware Hybrid Cloud Reaches into Asia

New services are being built in China and Japan.

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