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VMware Gives Health Care Prescription

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Virtualized desktop infrastructure can help health care providers improve security and compliance and reduce costs. 

Green Grid: No Easy Way to Go Green

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At the consortium's first technical meeting, lots of companies discuss going green, but there's no one way to build a greener data center.

Windows Server 2008 Is Microsoft's Leanest, Meanest Yet

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Networking enhancements, a reduced attack surface and virtualization capabilities earn Windows Server 2008 eWEEK Labs' Analyst's Choice award.  

F5 Networks Launches New Data Center Manager

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F5's virtualization software platform can run on any server hardware.

Symantec Virtualizes Message Traffic Security

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Symantec has optimized a new version of its messaging security appliance for virtual environments.

Dell Launches Its EqualLogic Product Line

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Dell claims a simpler-to-use management GUI and a new tool kit make its new Dell EqualLogic PS5000 series arrays twice as fast as the competition.

Windows Server 2008 Finally Released to Manufacturing

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The event marks the end of the almost five years that it has taken Microsoft to get the operating system out of the door.

VMware Delves Deeper into Desktops

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The virtualization vendor has officially released Virtual Desktop Manager 2.

Hitachi Virtualizes New Data Migration Services

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Data migrations large and small now can be done any time-not just on weekends.

IBM Looks to Power Up Its Virtualization Offerings

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Big Blue is adding more virtualization capabilities to its server portfolio and expanding the number of systems that support its new Power6 processor.

Come On! VMware's Quarter Wasn't that Bad

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I've long thought VMware, both the company and its virtualization software, were in trouble, but come on, people, it's not like the last quarter was awful.

For the First Time, VMware Takes a Shot

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News analysis: The virtualization leader is slammed by a huge stock slide but remains a solid, profitable performer, analysts say.

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