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Release of Xen 4.5 offers improvements to both Intel and ARM

The release of Xen 4.5 brings various improvements that among others, allow it to run faster on Intel hardware and support more memory on ARM.

After long wait, VMware vSphere 6 expected to be unveiled in February

Various reports hint that the new version will be a significant upgrade that focuses on the hybrid cloud.

White House launches special ops web fix team; British school children learn the art of cyber warfare; More

The top news stories for August 13, 2014.  

Revisiting the virtues of virtualization

By all accounts, destop virtualization is a very good thing for your employees, enabling them to access the information they need and to work from any device, anytime, anywhere, write Carl Hugener and Michael Farley.

News Scan: Data distrust; Bitcoin value plunge; more

The top news articles for Feb. 12, 2014.

Spotlight: VMware puts its money where mobility is

VMware's $1B-plus purchase of AirWatch gives the virtualization company a big step forward in mobile computing, according to industry watchers.

Microsoft's virtual desktop license costs send customers in search of workarounds

Software licensing remains a pain in the posterior for CIOs, as it has been for decades. It's no surprise the virtualization just adds to the fun.  

VMware launches NSX in network virtualization foray

A good deal of buzz coming from the VMworld conference in San Francisco this week was over the launch of VMware NSX, which will be generally available in the fourth quarter of this year.

Private cloud deployment presents enterprises with security challenges, warns Gartner

Although enterprises often choose to deploy private cloud instead of using public cloud services because of data security concerns, the move to private cloud presents security challenges of its own, said Neil MacDonald, Gartner vice president and fellow in cloud computing.

Vidyo completes virtualization of core videoconferencing infrastructure

ORLANDO, Fla.-- Vidyo has completed the virtualization of its core videoconferencing infrastructure with the launch of virtual editions of VidyoGateway and VidyoPortal, the company announced here at the Enterprise Connect conference on Monday. The virtual products provide enterprises with a videoconferencing infrastructure that scales across large, geographically dispersed facilities.