October 22, 2007

Windows on the Mac: Parallels vs. VMware Fusion

Parallels Desktop and VMware Fusion let Mac lovers have their cake and run Windows too. Parallels pleases with richer tools, while Fusion is first for heavy-duty use

September 24, 2007

Purdue pursues long-term cost savings

Deep cost analyses, including licensing costs, lead the university to believe the benefits will mainly be in easier administration

September 24, 2007

From big iron to white boxes, Nationwide goes virtualFrom big iron to white boxes, Nationwide goes virtual

A mix of platforms that includes Linux on the mainframe, plus a clever charge-back system, help virtualization pay offA mix of platforms that includes Linux on the mainframe, plus a clever charge-back system, help virtualization pay off

September 24, 2007

Virtualization on the front lines

Five enterprises forge ahead with server virtualization – and live to tell the tale

July 23, 2007

Virtualizing the desktop

Power and maintenance costs of desktop computing have become an unbearable albatross for IT. Desktop virtualization provides a large-scale solution

July 16, 2007

The cool new look in datacenter design

Rising energy costs have enterprises outfitting and retrofitting server rooms with modular localized cooling solutions

July 9, 2007

Xen masters take aim at VMware

Virtual Iron and XenSource offerings lack power and polish of the virtualization leader, but they're gaining fast

July 5, 2007

Fast guide to fancy SAN management

From automated data migration to virtualization, these high-end features have made their way down to midrange storage systems

July 5, 2007

Midrange SANs master high-end features

Compellent, iQstor, and Xiotech combine sophisticated enterprise capabilities with amazing ease

June 13, 2007

VMware Fusion Beta 4 for OS X shows off desktop virtualization chops

VMware’s playing catch-up for once when it comes to the Mac market … or is it?

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