The HTML5 version, available as a "Fling," replaces the Flash client.
Companies have more options for x86 server workloads than ever, including containers and cloud computing.
The VMware CEO was reported to be leaving. Can we trust the information?
He tells a conference that the story has no merit or substance.
The report has been denied by VMware and EMC, and allegedly by Gelsinger himself.
The Open Networking User Group has launched new initiatives to fill in the missing pieces of the software-defined infrastructure puzzle.
Arcserve has a varied history.
RHEL 7 virtual machines, among others, can now join AD domains.
Think you know Azure? It may be time to rethink.
If anything speaks to the inevitable industry transition to software-defined networking and network functions virtualization, it's a behemoth like AT&T retraining a 280,000-strong workforce to embrace a new software-centric network.
The company says piecemeal solutions won't cut it.
How to connect directly to a virtual desktop.
Lucidworks integrates new data sources into Fusion.
The old ways of doing IT business are gone.
Nexsan's UNITY integrates Connected Data's Transport for a new offering.
The lightweight, container-first OS doesn't use vSphere for management.
New virtual firewalls highlight enhancements made to Juniper Networks' Software-Defined Secure Networks, which applies new-age "software-defined" disaggregation of software and hardware to network security.
Bill Fathers is the latest high-level executive to quit the company in 2016.
Xangati Offers Tools for the multi-cloud enterprise.