Now more than ever, data centers need creative employees to adapt and outwit problems for a more efficient, reliable IT infrastructure.
I have 80 Windows servers in the data center. What can I use for daily event log monitoring?
Mainframes are well-suited for mobile apps, and though these systems are known to be safe, there are ways to tighten mainframe security.
In order to ensure successful App-V deployment and get the most out of application virtualization, users should study up on App-V’s server and client-side components.
Application virtualization improves centralized control of complex applications without endpoint installation and management hassles.
With the advent of NFV, IT managers are finding new ways to improve data center networking.
Long-distance vMotion eliminates practical geographical limitations by raising the round-trip latency limit.
Expert Steve Bigelow explains how instant clone technology helps VMware's vSphere Integrated Containers supply a baseline Linux OS and, as a result, increase greater hardware isolation and security.
In this vRealize deployment tutorial, we take a close look at the components that make up and the complexities within vRealize Orchestrator workflows.
Microsoft has its ducks in a row to release its own desktop as a service product, which could finally give DaaS the push it needs to become a mainstream technology.
Citrix isn't known for hardware, but the X1 Mouse ties in well with its XenApp and XenDesktop products by making it easier to use virtual desktops and apps on iOS devices.
We surveyed about 500 IT and business professionals on why they use desktop virtualization, and more than half of them listed the same four reasons. Find out those results and more with this infographic.
Is there a way to gain access to multiple users' calendars from the Exchange Management Console in Exchange 2010?
Upgrading to AD Connect comes with the decision to deploy an Express or Custom installation. Before planning the sync, consider what you need from your new deployment.
Microsoft intends to implement a cloud first strategy in which new features debut in the cloud yet on-premises deployments remain important. Has it succeeded?