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
VMware has extended a helping hand to consumers considering migrating from Microsoft Windows XP to Windows 7.
Microsoft on Monday announced virtualization and other improvements coming with Service Pack 1 for Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7.
Being a one-man editorial shop at a magazine and Web site dedicated to virtualization is like blowing up Grand Coulee Dam and trying to catch all the spillover in a paper cup.
Virtualization is evolving into a ubiquitous presence that will permeate technology infrastructures both large and small.
- By Daniel Beveridge
I've spoken to a number of organizations that have upgraded to vSphere, and I've seen that many of them haven't enlisted all of the new features.
- By Rick Vanover
Citrix cashes in on its Xen offerings even as it competes and cooperates with its rivals.
Here's a situation where the nice guy finishes as President and CEO.
How Microsoft can give its VDI solution, Remote Desktop Connection Broker, much-needed credibility.
Five key parameters for benchmarking desktop virtualization platforms.
Citrix has released versions of its GoToMeeting and Receiver applications for iPad.
Windows Insider has returned to Redmond -- and it feels good to be home!
- By Greg Shields
Citrix on Thursday described virtual desktop infrastructure performance differences using various hypervisors.
Microsoft reacted this week to a claim that its Virtual PC hypervisor contains a security hole.
- By Jabulani Leffall
Microsoft is expanding its desktop virtualization portfolio with improved licensing changes and technology upgrades and an extended pact with Citrix Systems.