VMware's direction has changed in unpredictable ways.
How to restrict USB drives while still allowing audio and video to VDI clients.
Few IT companies can say they have forever changed the datacenter more quickly, or completely, than VMware.
It's a two-horse race at the top, but the smaller players are also helping shape the industry's direction.
It's designed to facilitate pushing desktops and apps to any user on any device through a cloud-agnostic platform.
The head honcho dishes on his company's relationship with Microsoft, whether containers will overtake virtual machines, what attendees at VMworld 2015 can expect and more.
Dan remembers a meeting with the Citrix CEO that ended on 9/11.
His seat on the board of directors will be given to an activist investor.
Big advances, especially in storage technology, may make it more viable than you realize.
There's a ton of coverage for admins who work with Horizon and other aspects of EUC. Here are some of the ones that look most valuable.
New thin clients are part of a "vWorkspace" upgrade.
Citrix, Oracle, Red Hat and others are "Niche Players," according to the report.
Hits, misses and reminisces of the first-ever edition of Virtualization Review.
Maybe, muses Jon Toigo in the return of his column, it failed through lack of interest, rather than poor technology.
The company has struggled to carve out its virtualization niche.
A war of words continues to escalate.
A new vSphere feature lets multiple virtual machines share a PCI card.
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