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The Scourge of 'Software-Defined'

Deceptive marketing, including overpromising, plagues the industry.

VMware's Workspace ONE: An Analysis

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

VMware VSAN 6.2 Focuses on Greater Efficiency

Deduplication and compression is the star of the release.

VMware Updates Horizon and Unveils Cloud Management Suite

It's part of the company's week-long focus on end-user computing.

A Different Approach to Big Data

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

VMware Unveils Workspace ONE

It allows end users to use any application on any device, whether corporate or BYOD.

Microsoft Provides New Services for the Internet of Things

The Azure IoT Hub is specifically aimed at addressing connectivity issues.

Virtual Appliances: Hardware vs. Software

Xangati offers an updated appliance server.

Research Shows Migration from VLANs to Software-Defined Networking

With a brand-new study today projecting huge growth for the SDN industry, another report published yesterday indicates some of that growth is coming at the expense of virtual local-area networks.

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.

Microsoft Has An Up-and-Down Financial Quarter

Revenues for the period came in at $23.79 billion.

Big Switch Offers Free SDN Community Edition

Shortly after receiving new venture capital funding, Big Switch Networks is seemingly sharing some of its newfound largesse with the first-ever "freemium" edition of its software-defined networking products to help enterprises get started with the disruptive technology.

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.

VMware To Cut 800 Jobs in Wake of Dell/EMC Deal

In a news-filled earnings call, the company also announced that CFO Jonathan Chadwick is resigning.

A Renaissance for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure?

Workspot and Atlantis Computing say it's happening now.

Report: VMware Lays Off 900

vCloud Air workers seemed to bear the brunt of the cuts.

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