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In this paper, Evaluator Group highlights the critical features necessary to move beyond server virtualization by leveraging key integration capabilities between IT components with...
There are several ways to go about procuring a network monitoring solution -- buy, build, or rent. Here is an example of a "buy" solution.
VMware Workstation 10 is ready to meet a number of routine and special desktop virtualization requirements for today's enterprises.
If you're looking for the rise the next Silicon Valley, the place to watch is the Negev region in Israel. Its new cybersecurity juggernaut is breaking new ground in public-private ...
A new paradigm for achieving automation in a Microsoft network is emerging. Service Management Automation (SMA) is fundamentally PowerShell behind Windows Azure Pack (WAP).
If you're a CXO, director, manager, or your employment status makes you eligible for litigation, then bringing your own device to work can be detrimental to your personal and profe...
John Joyner begins a series that outlines the steps involved in building a private cloud based on a host-and-tenant model where central IT is the "cloud hoster" for its internal bu...
For IT leaders especially, the pace of rapid technical change has made decision making in a timely manner all the more critical.
The F5 application delivery controller as a virtual appliance for Hyper-V is a significant sign of the maturity of Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V. Rick Vanover explains.
Unified storage is one of the most versatile platforms for IT environments today. In this post, Rickatron discusses what features need to be in unified storage today.