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Virtual Cloud Network powered by NSX

VMware is apparently “building the business fabric of the digital enterprise,” as announced on Tuesday at Dell Technologies World. During said event, the company previewed its Virtual Cloud Network and the new NSX solutions on which it will run.

vSphere 6.7 Released

Today VMware has announced vSphere 6.7, the latest release of the industry-leading virtualization and cloud platform.

iPhone Breach | GrayKey

Malwarebytes released a report on GrayKey – a device capable of breaking 4 and 6 digits long PINs on iPhones. After the iPhone is unlocked, the full contents of the filesystem are downloaded to the GrayKey.

Veeam Availability Console

Management console for service providers and distributed enterprises brings all-in-one management and visibility for virtual, physical and cloud workloads

VMware Exceeds Financial Expectations in Q2

VMware had a very strong financial Q2 in fiscal 2018, beating expectations and seeing significant increases in license bookings in both the end user computing (EUC) and software-defined storage (SDS) spaces.

VMware Choose AWS for Cloud Migration

VMware supports both the Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure public clouds, but it has a longer and more integrated offering with AWS. That relationship is poised to pay big dividends, according to a new study.

VMware vSphere 6.5 Update 1

VMware last updated its core virtualization platform, vSphere, in November 2016 when it released version 6.5. Yesterday VMware released the first update — which it calls Update 1 — to vSphere 6.5

VMware and MS Azure to offer DaaS

VMware, which last year announced a deal to integrate its infrastructure with Amazon’s public cloud, has entered into a deal with Amazon’s main competitor, Microsoft. This time it’s for delivery of virtualized desktops and apps on the Azure public cloud.

Enterprise still not in Cloud

Is the cloud killing off on-premises datacenters? It’s a major fear of IT admins everywhere: that their jobs will be outsourced as companies move their IT operations to public platforms like Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure.
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