The push to the cloud is putting heavy pressure on virtualized datacenters to change with the dynamic times.
Microsoft's flagship Windows, Office and Exchange offerings may face renewed challenges in the stratospheric battle to come.
Ellen Rubin's success with startups continues at CloudSwitch, a developer of a software appliance that enables companies to securely run applications in the cloud while remaining integrated with their datacenters.
Your vSphere infrastructure needs monitoring, and that's where vCenter Operations comes in. Let's take a look at how to work with it.
VMware Lab's ThinApped vSphere client allows running the client without installing it.
Microsoft's Free Hyper-V needs a GUI. In the meantime, a third-party provider has filled in the gap.
There's browsing the Web, and then there's kinda browsing the Web with vSphere. Here's a tool that removes the "kinda" part.
The best way to learn anything is by doing it. You want to learn more about VMware vSphere? Build a lab.
In case you haven't heard, the messaging at VMware nowadays revolves around cloud computing.
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The latest offering from RingCube creates a VDI client that can be customized for each user, but still enables pooled licenses, easy updates and centralized control of settings.