Editor's Note

If I Were Michael Dell

Some suggestions for how to handle VMware.

3 Bits of Advice for VMware

Humble suggestions for keeping the company on course.

Crystal Ball Time: Predictions for 2016

The Dell/VMware deal, the rise of KVM and more.

VMworld and the Uncertainty Principle

VMware's direction has changed in unpredictable ways.

Take Another Look at VDI

Big advances, especially in storage technology, may make it more viable than you realize.

3 Industry Expectations for 2015

What are we likely to see when it comes to the "Internet of Things," cloud computing and careers?

Meeting Old Friends, Making New Ones

It's a little more worn now, but I'm pleased to announce that I'm back in the saddle of Virtualization Review.

VMworld: The Modern-Day COMDEX

It's not about the swag anymore.

Looking to the Cloud

I'm not one to spout my own opinions or predictions.

VMWorld 2013: A World Unto Itself

VMworld 2013 is no ordinary show. For Virtualization Review, it's the event of the year -- the one that takes our breath away as we try to keep up with new developments and updates upon updates on products that churn out of the labs of VMware and the related third-party products and services ecosystem.

Simplifying the IT Process in Virtualized Environments

Why is SimpliVity's CEO so confident that OmniCube will be a success? Maybe it's from the run of successes he's had, starting many years ago as an Israel Defense Special Forces commander, where he deployed technology to enhance the intelligence apparatus of his country.

VMware Leads the Way

Now that VMworld is upon us, it's time for my yearly cover story on the market leader.

Enough with the Truth Already: A Cloud Conversation with Jon Toigo

You want a piece of Jon Toigo? Be my guest.

Failure, Fighting: Crosby's Keys to Success in the Virtualized World

The Bromium cofounder and former Citrix CTO views his public battles as an essential element in his strategy to bring technology to the people by making sure they understand it.

T-Rex Roars: Liquidware Labs' Founder Makes Noise in VDI

J. Tyler "T-Rex" Rohrer, chief revenue officer and co-founder of Liquidware Labs, was never shy about selling himself and his ideas.

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