A successful mobile deployment using ActiveSync depends on giving users a reliable, stable sync experience. But if any of the many moving parts in the EAS data path fail or...
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Hedge fund administration company Quintillion doubles its asset and investor portfolio while keeping staff levels almost flat, by working with Insight 2 Value to deploy an...
With up to 80% of data center traffic traveling between virtualized servers, end-to-end visibility is a major concern. This paper provides an overview of virtualized data center...
Cisco's Bob Fosina and PC Connection's Tony D'Ancona discuss the challenges of desktop virtualization and how Cisco and Intel® are integrating technologies to help organizations overcome those challenges.
In this new eBook: Strategies for Cloud Storage, Data Protection and Disaster Recovery, IT author and strategist, Don Jones, examines the new approaches and capabilities offered by cloud storage and cloud-based data protection solutions.
Many IT administrators have already learned the hard way that managing the performance and availability of services built on virtualization technologies can be difficult, if not impossible at times. All too often, early adopters of virtualization have struggled with limited technology features and stability constraints, while learning new ways to effectively manage capacity requirements. Fortunately, some platforms now offer clustering solutions that are mature enough to automate the balancing of workloads across physical resources. When combined with disciplined capacity planning and sound deployment configurations, it is possible to achieve fast, scalable, and highly available IT services using virtualization platforms.
VMware's virtualization capabilities have been deployed in an array of organizations around the world, and for good reason: they have helped many organizations significantly optimize the performance of their infrastructure. This white paper offers a detailed look at the challenges of capacity management in virtualized infrastructures, and it offers a wealth of practical insights into addressing these challenges and setting the stage for successful VMware deployments.
If you haven't already started virtualizing your infrastructure, what are you waiting for? Read this InfoWorld IT Strategy Guide, sponsored by HP, to learn more.
In August 2009, InfoWorld invited IT leaders to participate in a survey on WAN optimization and branch office consolidation and virtualization. The following report represents top-line results of that survey.
XenServer is an enterprise-class, cloud-proven server virtualization solution - available free of cost. Download the full solution and begin virtualizing your servers in less than 10 minutes.
Download a free 30-day trial and experience how XenDesktop delivers a pristine, on-demand desktop experience to users on whatever device they choose, while cutting IT complexity and costs.
Citrix Systems and Marathon Technologies have partnered to develop a range of high availability alternatives for the XenServer server virtualization platform. Solutions ranging from core failover/recover/restart through high and continuous availability, offer capabilities appropriate for every application, business and budget. Find out which solution best meets your needs.
Server virtualization platform Citrix XenServer 5 features new enhancements for business continuity, performance, XenCenter, provisioning and storage infrastructure. Learn more about these enhancements in this brief presentation.