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.
Microsoft leads partners to side with Citrix in virtualization's newest battle.
- By John K. Waters
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.