When the Amman Stock Exchange’s IT team found problems with high availability last year, they came up with an elegant virtualisation solution to tackle the risks associated with downtime.
To retain and provide more value to its customers, Genpact did something unusual: It cut IT costs.
VMware wasn't just looking to save money when it launched a BYOD plan with the mandate that all of its U.S. employees use their personal mobile phones for work. It was taking a crash-course that would help shape its vision of post-PC era computing.
Tech-savvy employees have long bypassed IT to get their hands on hot technologies. Rather than standing in the way, smart CIOs are now embracing and even encouraging shadow IT. Here's why.
If your organization operates its own servers and switches, it's likely that a percentage of them are zombies--steadily gobbling up resources but doing no work. Cleaning up a zombie server infestation takes good management and stringent documentation.
Amazon Web Services offer new challenges and flexibility for database admins -- here's how to avoid the pitfalls and tune for performance.
Virtualizing Tier 1 applications is a crucial step in attaining the full benefits of cloud-era architecture, but it's not a simple one. Successfully virtualizing these mission-critical applications require thought and care.
Analyst says the future lies in a hybrid physical/virtual security technology.
Intel has started releasing some details about its upcoming fourth-generation Core processor ahead of its official announcement at Computex.
With five manufacturing facilities inIndiaand four abroad, Thermax has been growing steadily. However, the company was being weighed down with their legacy IT infrastructure.
While some progress has been achieved in getting virtual machines to run across different types of hypervisors, more work is still needed to bring them to the level of portability that enterprises are seeking, according to a study released by the Open Data Center Alliance (ODCA).
Will VMware's domination continue? Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols dissects.
A look at the hot products being released at VMworld in San Francisco.