Creating a 'gold standard' desktop version to push out to all employees can mean lower costs, tighter security and smoother operations.
Many organizations continue to run Windows XP on many or all of their desktop PCs, either because migration typically requires costly hardware upgrades, time-consuming transfers of settings, and user retraining, or because there's simply no compelling reason to move users to a new OS.
Deal with these three main security concerns to improve your virtualized IT environment, says Bernard Golden.
By running two instances of an operating system on a smartphone, you can relegate personal apps and services to one OS and business services to a more secure OS.
Bill Hurley, CIO, CTO and executive vice president of Westcon Group advises on the best ways to approach virtualization
Will VMware's domination continue? Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols dissects.
Here's how virtualization and replication technologies protect data from disaster, while keeping business services humming.
HP Cloud Services is based on open source software from OpenStack
IT wants fewer, more comprehensive virtualization management tools. But for now, specialized vendors tackle different challenges.