It's not hard, but the steps need to be followed carefully.
IT Infrastructure is always evolving. The next big change will be back toward an old, familiar model, closer to the days of the mainframe than the era of siloed servers that has dominated for decades.
Unnecessarily complicated login processes demonstrate how far there still is to go.
Version 14 has an updated latency simulator that has enterprise uses.
VMware is at an exciting and dangerous point in its existence. It can potentially dominate some emerging markets, but can also lose out in several key areas. Choosing wisely is paramount.
For those times when latency needs to be added for testing purposes.
Revenue was up more than 12 percent from the previous year.
As fragmented endpoint devices meet increasingly fragmented data, applications, services and storage, new ways of thinking about how to tie it all together are emerging.
After another CEO departure, the company is in dangerous waters. It needs more balance if it's going to avoid the sharks.
His successor is former CFO David Henshall.
Upgraded security is a key benefit of the new partnership.
It may find a home in Citrix shops.
The partnership is announced seven months after a deal with Amazon Web Services.
Interesting and useful technology, with a continuing disagreement over definitions.
The quad-core processor is a first in its Wyse line of devices.
Robin Systems makes a bold claim, but one without support.
The updated name reflects our changing coverage.
NComputing's RX300 joins an increasingly crowded field.
Pushing the boundaries of what WSL can do.
The company positions itself as "the next generation" of application access and delivery.
The WSL, also known as "Bash," can add a lot of functionality to your environment.
Unidesk packages apps as modular virtual disk "layers."
VMware gets a new owner, Citrix gets a new leader and the future gets even cloudier. It was a busy news year.
VMware's updated software-defined storage product mostly finds its mark.