If your IT shop reaps the benefits of cloud computing, it may also be suffering from its downside: fragmented infrastructures.
A vision of desktop virtualization as an evolution of desktop management that eliminates the compromise between IT and users.
Take these steps to ensure that your organization minimizes server downtime.
The inability to effectively manage data across both physical and virtual environments has forced IT shops to put off more serious cloud implementations. But there are emerging answers.
Wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) communications gives enterprises new options for tracking assets, reducing overhead costs, ensuring employee safety and delivering value-added services. But what happens when the underlying wireless technology gets phased out?
Desktop virtualization has been touted as the next big thing, but adoption lags the hype. Here are use cases for each type of desktop virtualization.
Analyst Peter Christy explains the ways virtualization enables an entirely new structuring of IT within an enterprise.
Faster, denser and greener has been the mantra for data center design for years, but collocation and virtualization are among the new must-watch strategies.
A look at how special-purpose appliances are simplifying tasks for IT departments, even though the field needs to mature.
Companies are increasingly attracted to cloud benefits, but the complexities of migrating from existing infrastructure can seem daunting.