VMware's Workspace ONE: An Analysis

It does some impressive things, but does it create more problems than it solves?

A Different Approach to Big Data

Big Data projects require a methodical approach. Fortunately, there's a lot of help out there.

Virtual Appliances: Hardware vs. Software

Xangati offers an updated appliance server.

Has VMware Reached a Crossroads?

The latest earnings report raises important questions.

Resolved: Evolve or Face Extinction

Chris Wolf, VMware CTO, Americas, on how the virtualization industry will change in 2016.

A Desktop-as-a-Service Success Story

Is it a fit for your enterprise, though?

Going Virtual With Performance Monitoring

eG Innovations expands its capabilities to virtual environments.

Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service: A Beginner's Guide, Part 1

Why you still need disaster recovery, despite what some vendors are telling you.

A New Column: Introducing Chris Wolf and CTOpinion

The VMware CTO, Americas dishes on all things virtualization.

A Renaissance for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure?

Workspot and Atlantis Computing say it's happening now.

Veeam Releases Availability Suite Version 9

More than just backup.

Optimizing Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

A PernixData case study.

2016: A Look Ahead

2015 could be seen as the year virtualization technology moved from being something of interest to being an established part of industry-standard datacenters.

Crystal Ball Time: Predictions for 2016

The Dell/VMware deal, the rise of KVM and more.

Cisco's 'Cloud Consumption as a Service'

Finding out who has gone rogue on your network.

How the Datacenter Will Change in 2016

Rick riffs on legacy apps, automation and storage for the new year.

Is Your Technology the Walking Dead?

How to keep from falling for the "X technology is dead" marketing hype.

Decoupling Price and Performance in Storage

DataCore's "Adaptive Parallel IO" represents a breakthrough.

4 Possibly Correct Predictions for 2016

Every year, publication editorWhat does Jon Toigo see when he looks into his crystal ball?

Virtualization: Much More Than Virtual Machines

Old ideas of virtualization still hold, even in 2016.