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A hyperconverged infrastructure has some obvious advantages for virtual data centers, but it may not be a fit for every business.
NSX networking virtualization was one of the most talked about subjects in 2014, along with software-defined data centers and hyper-converged infrastructures. Here are the top virtualization tips of 2014.
What’s in store for server virtualization next year? This month, we’re asking our Advisory Board members for their 2015 predictions.
Which tips, tutorials and opinion pieces on VMware caught the eye of many of our visitors? Our top 10 list for 2014 makes it easy to consume them all in one place.
As VMware gains traction outside of the server virtualization space, what are some of the coming attractions that have IT professionals excited?
Many vSphere administrators can help themselves by checking over a few key areas that are frequently misconfigured.
Desktop as a service, GPU and application publishing dominated virtualization news in 2014. Take a look back and catch up on what happened with Microsoft, Citrix and VMware.
DaaS has appeal, but that doesn't mean it works for everyone. If you have bandwidth limitations or workers would suffer from poor performance, it might not be right for you.
Early quotes for Windows' new per-user Software Assurance licensing could save significant money for IT shops doing VDI.
AWS delivered about 450 feature releases this year -- here's the cream of the crop.
Test your knowledge of Amazon Web Services' simple queuing service with this 10-question quiz.
Users working on multiple devices want access to customized app environments. Cognito creates a back end for identity management and gives those users a consistent experience.
Who needs security more than the government? Military man and network security pro, Brad Casey, talks certs and why sometimes, you just need to flip a switch.
You can't measure airflow from raised floor tiles in the same way as any other air duct. Optimize data center airflow with the right tools.
TIA data center standards address cabling systems with performance, budget and future plans in mind. New concepts bear consideration as well.
Google's support of Windows Server mutually benefits both companies' platforms, but it may not be enough for a Microsoft shop.
When it comes to a move off of Windows Server 2003, know your migration risks with proper research, planning and management.
Microsoft's last set of security fixes for the year brought critical fixes for Microsoft Office, VBScript and Internet Explorer.
With a wealth of emerging and maturing SOA technologies in 2014, SOA could have been one of the cool kids. But, instead, SOA took a back seat in 2014.
To get all the benefits of the cloud, sound reasoning and thorough planning are needed.
Apigee chief security architect Subra Kumaraswamy discusses API security best practices.
Up-front costs of a CRM system can be daunting at first, but the long-term benefits can justify the expenses -- if companies do their homework first.
Government regulations encourage healthcare providers to maintain information silos, hobbling the data analysis that could improve business processes and patient care.
Without high-quality data, building customer relationships is a constant struggle. Companies need to clean up messy databases and establish connections based on complete, up-to-date information -- or risk losing business.