The AWS re:Invent conference kicked off with the unveiling of Amazon Workspaces, a new service that lets customers rent access to virtual desktops running in the AWS cloud for a monthly fee.
The expense and ROI with virtual desktops have turned off many customers, but VMware executives said this week that they've got a plan for fixing that.
VMware rode healthy licensing sales to another solid quarter. Despite lackluster results in end-user computing, VMware says that business is poised to boom as well.
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After a nasty battle to take his company private, Michael Dell must face his toughest critics of all -- Dell partners.
The VMworld show floor is always a raucous affair, but many vendors brought healthy marketing budgets to bear at this year's show. CRN walked the show floor and presents memorable sights.
As VMware moves deeper into storage and network virtualization, its ecosystem partners are showing off a deluge of new products that promise to make IT operate more efficiently -- and faster.
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CRN's Emerging Vendors list for 2013, our annual look at hot tech startups, contains a number of vendors that are making a significant impact on the virtualization market.
CRN looks at 10 virtualization startups that have scored big investments and customer wins in the first half of 2013.
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