Microsoft on Tuesday released a new beta test version of its desktop virtualization solution for organizations.
Citrix Systems is on the move yet again, virtually speaking, having formed a desktop virtualization partnership with Cisco Systems.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Microsoft last week described a different way to use desktop virtualization to maintain legacy applications and still move users to Windows 7.
VirtualBox users are out there and alive and well in the virtualization community -- so much so that the inaugural Virtumania podcast topic was the free type 2 hypervisor.
- By Rick Vanover
VMware President and CEO Paul Maritz has bet the farm on cloud computing.
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.
Parallels VP Amir Sharif talks virtual infrastructures.
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
Microsoft is at VMworld in San Francisco this week, but it can't show off its Hyper-V virtualization product because it competes with VMware's products.
Microsoft calls Windows 7 its "fastest selling" operating system, but the new OS may represent increased costs and greater logistical pain for IT shops over the next two years.
An annual survey of IT organizations found rising trends toward deploying Windows 7, desktop virtualization and unified communications solutions.
Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 will be released "within the first half of calendar year 2011," Microsoft announced this week.
Microsoft today announced the beta release of Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.
As of July 1, Microsoft will bundle VDI/VDA licensing for the Windows client OS into Software Assurance (SA). Here's how the changes may affect you.
- By Greg Shields
Microsoft leads partners to side with Citrix in virtualization's newest battle.
- By John K. Waters