Dell on Tuesday unfurled its Windows Server 2012 product line and described its virtualization support efforts.
VMware View 5.1 offers a multitude of new features that enhance the virtual desktop infrastructure user experience.
The best thing about storage vMotion? Migrating VMs whether powered off, or on.
Living proof that Casado and Nicira are doing some great things in the network virtualization arena.
MVMC is a free tool out of the Solution Accelerator line and it will definitely give VMware a run for its money.
Handy solution for consolidating connections to shared storage in a virtualized lab environment.
An interview on what makes their storage devices better than what the competition has come with so far.
It's easy to take potshots at virtual desktop infrastructure, but this embattled technology has plenty of time to become a formidable force.
Microsoft User Experience Virtualization will be integrated into the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack; App-V 5's enhanced application streaming goes under scrutiny with testers.
A product of the Quest buyout of vKernel is that vKernel's free tools have undergone much improvement. Witness vOPS Server Explorer.
Dell introduces two turnkey VDI appliances based on Dell PowerEdge servers, available now, and is slated to add a cloud-based VDI solution next quarter.
A new tool in the vCloud line is aimed at VSPP members, but VMware admins can learn a thing or two from the product's mission.
A new report from research firm Gartner Inc. predicts that, by 2014, the PC will no longer be the primary digital device for most users.
NComputing today announced new client software for desktop virtualization called "vSpace Client for Windows."
Becrypt tVolution allows for secure virtual computing that's safe enough for government work.
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