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Innovations, Trends

VMware AppDefense adds another layer of security to virtualized environments

December 13, 2017

Via: TechGenix

VMware announced its new AppDefense service at the 2017 VMworld conference, aiming to simplify security in their virtualized environments. VMware AppDefense is a datacenter endpoint security product that was created to protect any applications running in virtualized environments. It functions […]


Innovations, Trends

Getting into Virtualization with VoIP

December 1, 2017

Via: VMBlog

As a technologist, you want the most advanced solutions that are not only fast and efficient but that will also sail through any committee-based approval process. In reality, most of your projects will be met with scrutiny and likely fail […]


Challenges, Trends

Three Actions to Troubleshoot Virtualization Performance Issues

November 27, 2017

Via: VMBlog

The on-demand economy has raised user expectations and put more pressure on businesses to deliver. That pressure is passed on to IT professionals. They must become even more diligent about the overall health of their data centers, proactively identifying, solving, […]


Predictions, Trends

Will Wearables Ever be Cool? Probably Not. But in Field Service, They’ll be Useful

November 23, 2017

Via: Aberdeen Essentials

As a lover of gadgets, I look forward to the day I can wear a short sleeve shirt and my Apple Watch and not feel like a social pariah, but today is not that day. Part of the stigma is […]


Innovations, Trends

Virtualization and Beyond: If You Want to Virtualize, You Only Got Two Choices

November 17, 2017

Via: VMBlog

Virtualization allows you to easily provision and grow servers, as well as run more workloads on fewer servers. Essentially, it’s “do more with less.” Virtualization does enable IT to run more workloads on fewer servers, but it has become too […]


Innovations, Trends

Virtualization and Beyond: A Tale of Two VMworlds

October 5, 2017

Via: VMBlog

Each season has its signaling change that becomes more habitual and ritualistic than anything else, whether it’s a family vacation or the notoriously procrastinated spring cleaning. In my case, the seasons in Texas are more of a state of mind, […]


Network Virtualization, Types

Heeding the call: Old-line carriers expand virtualization techniques

September 7, 2017

Via: TechGenix

Telecommunication networks are expanding their virtualization techniques to become more like datacenters in an effort to build more cost-effective, software-based networks. While this industry is typically conservative, they are taking a big step forward with this recent change. One of […]


Memory Virtualization, Predictions, Trends, Types

The data center of tomorrow: More power, fewer humans

August 23, 2017

Via: iCLOUD.pe

Moore’s Law has become the golden rule by which processing has increased and, in fact, modern statistics suggest this rise sees more of an 18-month cycle. Today, there is more processing power in a single handheld device than that which […]


Vendors & Products

How to find VR apps

August 11, 2017

Via: HypergridBusiness

It can be hard to keep up with all the new virtual reality apps coming out. But, if you’re just starting out, it can be equally hard to find good ones to start with. Here are my favorite resources. Best […]


Desktop Virtualization, Types

Liquidware ProfileUnity and FlexApp v6.7 Delivers Improved Desktop Readiness

August 8, 2017

Via: VMBlog

Liquidware today announced the availability of ProfileUnity and FlexApp v6.7, its industry leading User Environment Management (UEM) and Application Layering software for Windows desktops and virtual workspaces. Significant features have been added to both ProfileUnity’s core UEM functionality as well as […]