Displaying items by tag: HyperV

A well-known security researcher has slammed Microsoft for its "astonishingly bad" security advisories, pointing to the wording in a TCP/IP remote code execution vulnerability released on 10 August this year as an example.

Published in Security
Friday, 09 August 2019 15:20

VMware HCX update suits enterprise customers

A new version of the application mobility product VMware HCX has three features that the company believes will be particularly valuable for enterprise users.

Published in Enterprise Cloud

There are special issues in ensuring an "always-on enterprise” in virtualised environments. Veeam has it covered.

Thursday, 07 July 2016 13:22

QNAP's latest NAS includes OpenStack support

Consumer and small business NAS vendor QNAP is moving into the enterprise market.

A new FlashArray from Pure Storage is offered as a standalone product and as part of a converged infrastructure building block for VMware or Hyper-V users.

It's now just 100 days before Windows Server 2003 goes out of support. Here's how one Australian college is benefiting from upgrading to Windows Server 2012 R2 before it had to.

Monday, 23 March 2015 15:36

Tintri gearing up for midyear update

New software with new capabilities for Tintri storage arrays is scheduled for release in the next few months.

Friday, 03 October 2014 13:03

HP adds to software-defined storage options

HP has announced new storage options for customers moving towards a software-defined data centre.

Published in Hardware

CA Technologies' Project Oolong - a plan to provide unified data protection across conventional disk backup right through to high availability failover for servers - has become a reality with the arrival of CA arcserve Unified Data Protection.

Published in Business Software

Tintri's VMstore flash-based storage for virtualised and cloud environments will soon support Microsoft's Hyper-V.

Published in Hardware

Services provider Dimension Data has expanded its range of cloud services with a Windows-based private cloud offering.

Published in Cloud
Wednesday, 10 July 2013 22:02

HDS lifts storage performance, cuts TCO

The latest wave of product improvements from Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) cuts the total cost of ownership by up to 30% and enables performance of up to one million IOPS.

WatchGuard's XTMv unified threat management system now includes support for Microsoft's Hyper-V virtualisation software.

Published in Cloud Services
Friday, 09 November 2012 17:23

LifeSize widens video virtualisation

Videoconferencing specialist LifeSize has updated its UVC platform with full support for Hyper-V virtualisation, a new management application, and other improvements.

Dell has announced the 12th generation of its PowerEdge server family, with features designed to take advantage of Windows Server 2012.

Published in Enterprise


Kerio Connect 7.3 is a more appropriate messaging and collaboration server for organisations with between 50 and 500 employees than Microsoft Exchange or Google Apps, company officials claim.


Thursday, 28 July 2011 11:43

Microsoft renews Novell deal

Microsoft has announced that its patent-licensing deal with Novell, which expires in November this year, will be renewed for a further four years.

Published in Open Sauce

Diskeeper Corporation have specifically engineered V-Locity 2 for virtualization Platforms VMware and HyperV. With virtual infrastructure, fragmentation is many more times a burden. You have single storage devices with multiple servers meaning a higher intensity of disk activity. Fragmentation is also directly proportional to excessive i/o activity within these environments.

Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard have announced a $US250 million investment in their new 'infrastructure to application' model aimed at simplifying IT in small to big businesses.

Published in Strategy
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