Category Archives: Virtualization

VMworld Survey: Enterprises Still Unwilling To Look Outside For Private Cloud

VMworld Survey: Enterprises Still Unwilling to Look Outside for Private Cloud Attendees Also State Concerns Over Shadow IT as a Result of Public Cloud Services SAN FRANCISCO and PASADENA, Calif. – VMworld 2013 – August 29, 2013 – 87 percent of private cloud users deploy on their own infrastructure instead of through a hosted third-party,

Maximize Your IT And VMWorld: A Hybrid Approach To A New Chapter In IT

Maximize Your IT And VMWorld: A Hybrid Approach To A New Chapter In IT

Maximize Your IT and VMWorld: a hybrid approach to a new chapter in IT One of the most fascinating elements of the new chapter in IT history that virtualization represents is the degree to which companies who are essentially competitors, or who have long-held alliances with others, actually work together in an open forum somewhat

VMWorld: How Openness Becomes The New Normal

VMWorld: How Openness Becomes The New Normal

VMWorld: How Openness Becomes The New Normal Seated high above the sleek yet carnival-like atmosphere of the VMWorld Exhibition Hall, Hubert Yoshida, Chief Technology Officer of Hitachi, watches over his suppliers, his customers and his competitors, all occupying neighboring parts of expansive show floor. Hitachi is one of those names everyone knows. It has been

Going Virtual? Keep One Eye On The Hardware And The Other On Habits

Going Virtual? Keep One Eye On The Hardware And The Other On Habits

Going Virtual? Keep one eye on the hardware and the other on habits Central to the huge trade and education event called VMWorld is the notion that everything is going virtual in a big way. Terms such as virtualization and software defined networking are now becoming mainstream, or more more precisely, must now become mainstream, and

5 Benefits Of BYOD With Cloud Computing

5 Benefits of BYOD with Cloud Computing Bring Your Own Device, commonly known as BYOD, and cloud computing are changing the way we use technology in the workplace. Sixty percent of businesses currently use a BYOD model, and forecasters suggest that number will rise to 90 percent by 2014. Fifty-four percent of American companies also