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Displaying items by tag: Virtualisation technology

Thursday, 30 July 2015 16:47

Mater Health Services selects Nutanix

Queensland not-for-profit healthcare organisation Mater Health Services Brisbane has deployed a web-scale hyper-converged infrastructure from Nutanix to support virtual desktops, giving its employees reliable access to business-critical applications and tools.

Published in Market

Tintri has released its new VMstore T800-series, terminating wasted rack space with the industry’s highest density platform that delivers performance and capacity, along with a very capable new OS - there's also two video interviews to watch from the VMware vForum 2014 exhibition floor. 

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Wednesday, 12 February 2014 01:41

Video collaboration now offers ‘greater flexibility'

Video collaboration solutions vendor Polycom today unveiled a new portfolio of video software, services and hardware solutions which is says gives greater flexibibility in video delivery options, and which are being easier to buy, implement and use.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 19 January 2010 05:37

VMware to acquire Zimbra

Virtualisation specialist VMware has agreed to acquire Yahoo!'s Zimbra email and collaboration subsidiary.

Published in Listed Tech
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
Tuesday, 12 January 2010 17:39

The best VPN for Windows is Linux

The problem with corporate networks is they not only stop the bad guys coming in but also your users who want to work remotely, whether at home, at a client site or on the road. Here is where a VPN product comes in, and the simplest to deploy on Windows is a Linux virtual appliance called OpenVPN.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Wednesday, 23 December 2009 06:03

Quick update to Parallels Desktop squashes bugs

A new build of Parallels Desktop 5 for Mac fixes a laundry list of bugs and delivers various improvements.

Published in Development
Tuesday, 15 December 2009 06:06

Speed boost and more from VMware Fusion 3.0.1

Despite the minor update status implied by the 3.0.1 version number, an update to VMware Fusion delivers new features and improvements as well as bug fixes.

Published in Development
Monday, 14 December 2009 09:19

Novell announces Intelligent Workload Management

In a wide-ranging announcement, Novell has laid out plans to blur the boundary between on-premises and in-the-cloud computing.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 02 December 2009 04:01

VirtualBox 3.1 includes Windows 2D acceleration

Sun has released a major update to its VirtualBox cross-platform virtualisation software. Changes include support for 2D video acceleration for Windows guests.

Published in Development
Thursday, 05 November 2009 03:03

Parallels Desktop 5: fastest Mac virtualisation?

Parallels claims its new Desktop 5 for Mac virtualisation software for Mac OS X is significantly faster than competing products.

Published in Development
Wednesday, 04 November 2009 12:59

Virtualisation take-up defies economic downturn

Australia has the fastest uptake and penetration of server virtualisation in the Asia-Pacific region, and the depressed economy has “done little to stifle the uptake”, according to the latest report from industry analysts, IDC.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 28 October 2009 06:55

Fusion 3 arrives, putting Aero on Mac screens

Graphics improvements - including the ability to display Windows' Aero user interface - are among the changes delivered by Fusion 3, VMware's latest virtualisation product for Mac OS X.

Published in Development
Thursday, 22 October 2009 10:18

Gartner's top-10 'strategic' technologies for 2010

Gartner has recommended that companies factor into their strategic planning over the next two years the ‘strategic’ technologies the firm has identified as the 10 technologies most likely to impact and transform their business initiatives.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 21 October 2009 11:20

Windows 7 to be the end of the line?

An academic has predicted that Windows 7 - which ships later this week - may be Microsoft's desktop OS swan song.

Published in Development
Wednesday, 21 October 2009 08:25

Windows 7 to be the end of the line?

An academic has predicted that Windows 7 - which ships later this week - may be Microsoft's desktop OS swan song.

Published in Development
Last week Microsoft released Disk2VHD, a utility produced by its Sysinternals acquisition to convert a physical Windows hard disk into a Virtual PC disk image. While handy, Microsoft is treading ground Linux already covered in the form of open source program Clonezilla, which handles a far richer variety of disk formats and platforms.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Unisys Australia has been awarded two contract extensions valued at around $52.7 million by the Federal Government’s Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) to continue to deliver outsourced desktop services and biometric and identity management solutions. 

Published in Deals
Friday, 09 October 2009 10:26

Parallels goes Bare Metal for servers

Parallels has extended its hypervisor technology to the virtual server market. Along with the introduction of Parallels Server 4 Bare Metal, the company has updated Parallels Virtuozzo Containers 4.5 for Windows.

Published in Development
Optus' IT services subsidiary, Alphawest, has got it hands on the first specimen in the Asia Pacific of Cisco's C-series rack mounted servers, a component of the Cisco Unified Computing System, Cisco's push into the virtualised data centre market:

Published in Strategy
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