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Server consolidation and improved resource utilization, Green data center: Reducing power consumption with virtualization, Reducing IT costs with server virtualization, Improving server management with virtualization
Starting with vSphere 5, VMware brought single sign-on functionality to vCenter to give administrators another way to manage identities.
After you make sure the template is cleared of specifics, follow these steps to use clones as templates in VMware Workstation.
VMware offers three CLI choices to run commands in a vSphere environment, but which one is the best option?
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.
Microsoft will lower its Azure cloud prices to match price cuts made by AWS and Google, but is it enough to attract new customers?
Small businesses might have the most to gain from a cloud-first approach, expanding their reach and increasing agility with minimal overhead.
By forgoing traditional hardware and using a cloud-first approach, one company was able to take advantage of scripted automation -- and save money.
Don't just stick to test and dev. There are plenty of good reasons to put production workloads in the public cloud, and this series will discuss three.
If your device uses a configuration server, it might be a zero client. But it might not. Here’s how to find out.
Thin clients used to be the thinnest, but now zero clients are giving them a run for their money with almost no storage or configuration requirements.
Experts agree VDI adoption may never make it above the 20 percent mark, but you'll still have to deliver Windows applications to the other 80 percent of desktops.
IT teams can play heroes when database performance issues disrupt applications. Try these five tips for performance tuning before there's a problem.
Complicated infrastructures make data center operations difficult, but they don't start out that way. The solution to fixing the infrastructure might work but might be equally complicated.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 brings forth Project Atomic, kernel improvements, deeper Windows Active Directory integration and simplicity.