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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.

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.  

Virtualization firms Citrix, VMware battle in enterprise mobility arena

Leading virtualization firms Citrix and VMware both unveiled enterprise mobility platforms this week to help enterprises securely deal with the influx of personally owned mobile devices into the workplace.

Virtualization, SDN to speed up mobile broadband offerings, says Strategy Analytics

Virtualization and software defined networking will speed up mobile broadband service offerings by reducing mobile operator costs, predicted research firm Strategy Analytics.

Spotlight: BYOD virtualization startup Cellrox raises $4.7 million

Mobile device virtualization startup Cellrox has raised $4.7 million in a funding round led by Runa Capital, which included participation by Previz Venture Partners, Columbia Technology Ventures and other venture capital firms.

BYOD to fuel enterprise spending on data recovery in 2013

The widespread use of mobile devices at work will pose data recovery challenges, fueling enterprise investment in data recovery tools, predicted data recovery firm Kroll Ontrack.