The Cloud Is Over Most People’s Heads

September 5, 2012

Recent surveys show that most people are woefully unfamiliar with cloud technologies. Read more…

By Robert Gelber, OpenStack and the Longevity of the Cloud Brand

December 1, 2011

For decades, the distributed computing architecture now known as cloud suffered a branding problem. Will the cloud label suffer the same fate? Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

Citrix: Cloud to Carry Xen Against VMware

October 27, 2008

Vice president for special products at Citrix, Ian Pratt discusses how the company hopes to make headway in the virtualization market. Read more…

By Peter Judge

Will Virtual Iron Stop the VMware Freight Train?

October 22, 2008

Although Virtual Iron launched a server virtualization product in 2006 -- and claims 2,000 clients -- its profile so far remains low. Read more…

By James Maguire

Weigh Up Your Virtual Options

October 16, 2008

IT managers need to carefully evaluate their own plans before deciding which virtualization vendor provides the best match for their strategy. Read more…

By Daniel Robinson

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