The big news is Instant Clone, but there's a lot more to it than that.
Save lots (and lots) of time setting up your virtual desktop infrastructure.
It does some impressive things, but does it create more problems than it solves?
It's part of the company's week-long focus on end-user computing.
It allows end users to use any application on any device, whether corporate or BYOD.
The latest earnings report raises important questions.
Is it a fit for your enterprise, though?
In a news-filled earnings call, the company also announced that CFO Jonathan Chadwick is resigning.
Workspot and Atlantis Computing say it's happening now.
Kirill Tatarinov led Redmond's Business Solutions Division.
2015 could be seen as the year virtualization technology moved from being something of interest to being an established part of industry-standard datacenters.
It's easier, and works better, than you might think.
The deal is expected to close in Q1 2016.
Look out for containers-as-a-service.
Dell's announcement that it was buying EMC will be the mega-merger to end all mega-mergers. How will it affect VMware, which thrived with the hands-off policy of its former bosses?
Ben Armstrong discusses containers in this final installment.
As the calendar flips over to 2016, it's time for our contributing editors to look back and take stock of those products that they loved best in the last year.
Ben Armstrong discusses Windows 10 development, and new security features.
It's a Windows world when it comes to VDI, but Linux still has a place.
Citrix has taken radical new steps to better compete. Here's why it began to struggle.
The company announces a new "Universal Control Plane."
About 1,000 employees will be let go in latest round of restructuring.
The virtual appliance improves on View Security Server.
The VDI product never took off in the enterprise.