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Desktop as a service, GPU and application publishing dominated virtualization news in 2014. Take a look back and catch up on what happened with Microsoft, Citrix and VMware.
VMware added a number of new features to its public cloud and rebranded it as vCloud Air in 2014, but the focus will still remain on hybrid in 2015.
Startups and legacy vendors alike rolled out all-flash platforms to highlight 2014 in flash, underscoring solid-state's steadily increasing footprint in the enterprise.
What's driving IT's phone and tablet selections? Are EMM and 2-in-1 devices catching on? The results of our mobile purchasing survey have the answers.
SN blogs: Big data software companies require a lot of hand-holding before projects can become lucrative; what is Cisco doing with storage?
Cloud bursting may have received some hype for its potential in the enterprise, but there are some factors you should consider before bursting to the public cloud.
Mobile computing is taking over as real-time data becomes a must-have for businesses. How will mobility affect the way we work together?