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Single Root I/O Virtualization, or SR-IOV, can help reduce latency and increase I/O throughput when enabled for Hyper-V VMs.
A library server will allow you to take advantage of SCVMM's features, but there are several factors to keep in mind when creating one.
When it comes to SCVMM 2012 R2, it does more than just manage virtualization hosts. It plays a key role in managing private cloud infrastructure.
The process of a proper installation of VMware View is one thing, but knowing how it operates is key to unlocking its full potential.
VMware updated its vCloud Suite in late 2014 to give busy data center administrators a tool to speed up provisioning and lock down sensitive workloads with enhanced security features.
Administrators who want to get the most out of their virtualization investments will need to perform an upgrade to the virtual hardware, and know how to undo the change if problems arise.
Free app virtualization software might sound great, but it can come with complications, and without features you might need. Ask yourself these six questions before choosing a product.
Thought your high school days were over? Not so fast -- there's a lot the enterprise can learn from a virtual high school about how to deploy VDI technology.
VMware's Soft 3D makes CPU emulate a GPU so workers who have minimal graphics needs on their virtual desktops can still get the performance they want and need.
AWS has agreed to acquire an Israeli semiconductor startup, which could mean it’s looking to design its own hardware down to the chip level.
What does the wind have to do with saving on AWS cloud costs? It turns out there could be a link.
Many public cloud providers offer tools to test security, but they can't do it all. Penetration testing can help detect cloud app security gaps.
Follow these guidelines to expand data center capacity without the terror of wasted space or, even worse, tight capacity after move-in.
IBM's financial woes continue as the company reports down revenues for 2014 with its server hardware business leading the downward trend.
For an adaptable, modern network, combine SDN and NFV to tackle traditional flaws. Together, they fully integrate network components.
Collaboration tools like Dropbox and Google Drive are taking SharePoint's share of the market, but what can Microsoft do to bolster functionality?
January saw a light Patch Tuesday, but Microsoft's move to discontinue its advance notification service has rankled security researchers.
Coming to the next versions of Windows, PowerShell 5.0 adds remote file-editing capabilities, as well as improvements to Desired State Configuration.
Intelligent BPM is being noticed by top management as the technology matures and gains acceptance.
Despite predictions about its impending death, BPM continues to grow. A major driver for BPM vendors has been the evolution of cloud services.
Why do we need mircoservices architecture? How can we benefit from it?
If your CRM system isn't designed for ease of data entry, it can undermine data analysis and decision making. Here's how to promote cleaner data.
Companies still struggle to provide good multichannel customer service. But there are technologies and strategies to help that common painpoint.
While companies are hot to trot on mobile CRM, they can lose sight of the purpose of mobile tasks: to bring efficiency and productivity.