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Before you start filling out your VMworld schedule, take a read through our recommendations for the top 10 sessions to attend.
CA demonstrates its latest Wily technology at VMworld for Jan Stafford, executive editor for SearchSoftwareQuality.com.
Nvidia, VMware and Google have teamed up to deliver quality graphics on low-cost Chromebooks. Though the devices' enterprise readiness has been questioned in the past, this collaboration could garner a double take.
INF1502 - What's New in vSphere? This is a recurring session at VMworld, but worth attending every year. If VMware plans to announce the next version of vSphere at VMworld 2014, this is the session where you'll learn all about the new features. A session titled "What's New in vSphere" all but...
VMware aims to capture the networking virtualization market with NSX, but virtualization admins aren’t sold on the idea.
VMware’s big talk on network virtualization, software defined data centers and cloud doesn’t line up with what many IT pros manage on a daily basis.
After months of speculation, VMware Workspace Suite brings together VMware's EUC pieces in one place, not long after rival Citrix launched a similar platform.