Researchers Say Latest Windows 10 Version Opens Security Hole

Microsoft denies reports of vulnerability, but says Windows RT devices could be affected.

Is Customer Premises Equipment an IoT Solution?

Containers may hold the key to securing devices.

A Tale of Two Cloud Assessments

'Market Leader' is a highly subjective phrase.

Ransomware: Coming to a Hypervisor Near You

Hyper-V is at the top of the risk chart.

The Internet of Things: Take Your Time

Before jumping in, find out what the water's like.

How To Use VMware's DRS Doctor Fling

It's not the most user-friendly tool, although it's extremely useful.

The Quest for Guaranteed Recovery Assurance

You probably have a disaster recovery plan in place. But do you know that it's ready if your worst-case scenario occurs?

VMware Boosts Channel Margins

A steadily growing product line necessitated the changes.

3 Bits of Advice for VMware

Humble suggestions for keeping the company on course.

Adaptive Parallel I/O for the Win

DataCore sets another benchmark.

Surveys Reflect Rising Interest in Software-Defined WANS, Datacenters

Two new studies document the software-defined transformation.

New Verizon Virtual Network Services Leverage SDN, NFV

It didn't take long for Verizon to follow AT&T into the virtualized network services market, launching its own offering just days after the fellow telecommunications giant introduced a similar service.

Hyper-V Replica, Part 2: Scaling

Exploring replication on Azure.

Persistent vs. Non-Persistent Workloads: the Admin's Conundrum

Exploring options in the bare-metal world.

Applying DevOps Practices to IoT Development believes containers can promote rapid development.

A Brief History of VMworld

What started as a small gathering of virtualization geeks has grown into a powerhouse IT event.

The Golden Rules of IT and Windows Server 2003

There are often legitimate reasons why an enterprise may avoid an upgrade.

Google Joins New SDN/NFV Open Source Networking Project

Open source groups focusing on software-defined networking and network functions virtualization have formed a new project, attracting new partners such as Google, Radisys and Samsung.

Disaster Recovery Planning for Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

Is "shelter in place" really the right answer?

VMworld: The View from the CTO's Chair

Chris Wolf's transition from observer to participant.

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