Microsoft on Tuesday released its first service pack for Hyper-V Server 2008 R2, the company's standalone server virtualization solution.
Dell today said it plans to spend $1B in cloud technology over its next fiscal year.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft today released an addition for Windows Server 2008 R2 that enables shared block storage in storage area networks using the iSCSI Protocol.
Using hypervisors and other virtualization technology to help you reach your HA goals.
Microsoft announced today that it has rolled out a public test version of its Windows Thin PC software technology.
Microsoft added an improved way to move virtualized applications to its Windows Azure cloud as part of the System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 beta release.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
An Internet slowdown issue turned out to be a problem with virtual server memory allocation. Find out how Brien solved it.
Microsoft today showcased the success of U.S. retailer Target Corp. in using server virtualization to reduce its physical server footprint across its 1,755 stores.
Microsoft yesterday began discussing in greater detail its "optimized desktop" concepts that tap into its virtualization technologies.
Microsoft ran an online Q&A on Thursday, answering questions about virtual desktop infrastructure, its new Windows Thin PC, plus general licensing questions.
Microsoft today announced the availability of Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack 2011, which includes updated application virtualization and desktop virtualization tools.
VMware's acquisition of Integrien adds to vCenter a slew of new capabilities for managing capacity planning, change management -- backed by performance analytics -- in physical and cloud environments.
Microsoft on Monday announced a beta test version of its latest virtual machine management portal for IT pros and datacenter managers.
Here are some steps to take for those planning to run Microsoft's Hyper-V virtualization with the new SP1 update.
Read the fine print to understand Hyper-V licensing, which comes with some caveats.
- By Greg Shields
A Microsoft official briefly noted on Thursday that Microsoft is planning two new options for IT organizations using Windows 7 -- but the catch is that Software Assurance (SA) licensing needs to be in place.
Microsoft Wednesday released Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 to its equipment manufacturing partners.
Two entries in this month's security update, released Tuesday, blocks Windows 7 users from connecting to VMware's View Connection Servers, according to a VMware security bulletin.
Microsoft outlined desktop virtualization tips late last week that IT pros and developers can use to test the compatibility of their Web sites on a single PC.
Version 5.5 of the Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit was released early this week.