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Citrix: A One-Stop Virtualization Shop?

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The integration of XenSource and rebranding of Presentation Server create more viable choices and un-muddy the virtualization waters, analysts say.

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.

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