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Live VM migration is a key part of virtualization, and it should continue to get better and become a bigger part of an IT admin's everyday operations.
Using management tools is just one way to prevent sprawl in your VM environment. It's important to be proactive with your VMs to fight sprawl.
Even as the software-defined data center marches forward, there is still good reason to keep VMware vCenter Server physical.
VMware's vExpert program can offer many benefits, both professional and personal. Is the program worth the cost of admission?
Without correct implementation and persistent monitoring, a resource pool can cause more problems than it solves.
Not all management tasks in a vSphere environment are handled from the vSphere client. Some require commands executed from ESXi Shell.
VMware is trying to usurp Citrix's throne with Horizon 6, but the suite faces some challenges, including Citrix's years of app remoting experience.
Focus on delivering data, not applications. You can give users offline access to data, but applications often rely on an online connection.
The applause for VMware Horizon 6 has died down and it's time to reveal the holes: View Persona won't support the awaited RDSH app publishing feature.
Learn about the new options in the cloud space and whether they challenge AWS.
Trend Micro's Mark Nunnikhoven discusses what AWS security protects and what enterprise developers are responsible for in-house.
Learn about three possibilities when purchasing an EC2 Amazon Instance. Final decision depends on your pocketbook.
IBM's once mighty server hardware business continues to struggle. Big Blue bets on software and cloud services business to bring some relief.
Is your server not booting correctly? Does it need crucial recovery tasks? Linux boot options with GRUB2 and systemd can help.
IT departments want to shrink their list of suppliers -- but should it be longer? Cloud, mobility and big data have IT rethinking vendor selection.
This tip could be the answer your enterprise is looking for to bridge the gap between personal and corporate devices.
Follow these steps to have the easiest Work Folders setup possible and to make the feature an essential part of your enterprise.
An RTF exploit gets patched for Microsoft Office in this month's Patch Tuesday update. Plus, Microsoft updates server and client OSes.
Establishing a relationship with open source BPM providers can help users quickly resolve technical issues and reduce internal IT staff.
Employing certain problem-solving techniques in the workplace might lead to better quality assurance and innovation.
Application programming interface portals and service lifecycle management are two areas that need to be examined when you consider an API tool.
Mobile POS systems free salespeople from being chained to registers, allowing them to serve customers where they are: on the retail floor.
While call centers have gotten a bad rap, new contact center technologies have helped turn their reputation around.
Customer nurturing helps companies solidify relationships with existing customers -- who make up 80% of company revenue; new customers claim only 20%.