A recent survey found CIOs planning to add a minuscule net increase in jobs in the fourth quarter. With 6 percent planning to cut and 9 percent looking to add, the IT job outlook remains far from rosy.
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Five new virtualization applications are designed to simplify life for IT managers and ease the complexity of moving virtual data loads throughout the organization.
New design guides and services are being aimed at service providers looking for faster and less-expensive ways to help enterprise customers build and manage both private and public cloud computing environments.
The cloud computing startup's AppLogic software helps companies build and deploy applications to public and private clouds.
The business software makers are teaming up to give enterprise customers more flexibility to manage their virtual infrastructures on multiple operating systems.
While 90 percent of enterprises surveyed by CDW have virtualized portions of their datacenters, 62 percent are still keeping "critical" apps on physical servers.
Big Blue's latest offerings are designed for enterprise customers looking to consolidate and virtualize on Linux.
Hackers and malware purveyors are becoming more sophisticated. Computer users must follow suit by becoming equally wiser and more proactive.
New software from Big Blue promises better security, visibility and scalability for virtual data centers.
Gartner says only 16 percent of workloads are now running on virtual machines. It expects that figure to surge to 50 percent by 2012.
With its announced acquisition of Thinstall, VMware is expanding into the application virtualization space.
The oft-mentioned upside of virtualized data centers is the energy, time and money saved. With the technology, however, also comes security and planning issues.
As promised, VMware stamped Virtual Infrastructure 3 gold. Will the new release change how storage is managed?
With Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager, managing and controlling as many as 1,600 blade servers from a single console is a snap.