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By combining technologies, Microsoft and VMware form the Project A2 partnership to bring virtualized Windows 10 desktops to the enterprise.
There could be a surprising amount of utility in some of your legacy IT assets. These tips will help you extend the value of aging hardware, reusable code, and even old reports.
Gartner's Magic Quadrant for x86 server virtualization puts VMware and Microsoft as leaders. Find out what the report's findings indicate for the future of the data center.
To bring greater operational efficiencies and reduce costs in deploying and managing corporate wide IT infrastructure, Microsoft has been delivering against an end-to-end virtualiz...
If you're struggling with the idea of starting a company using open-source software (or migrating from a proprietary ecosystem), Jack Wallen has a few points that might make the ch...
Cyber security technologies might be the next technology joining MAM to close security gaps in MDM.
Smartphones might create gadget envy, but it seems that nothing beats a PC for real work.
Find out why Dell believes its investment in reference designs encourages customers to embrace its entire virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) stack.
Pertino CMO Todd Krautkremer believes the Internet of Things should be called the Cloud of Things, since you can only derive its full benefit through cloud computing and storage.
VMware Integrated OpenStack (VIOS) was introduced at VMworld 2014. Keith Townsend says the significance of a fully VMware supported release of OpenStack cannot be overstated.