Each month our team of expert editors addresses the changing role of IT by helping savvy
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Hi there, and welcome to this months vNews. A monthly round up of what’s going on in the world
of virtualization. Yeah, I scan all the blogs – filter out what I can and then regurgitate it for
you pleasure. Doesn't that sound nice. I do these occasionally for the user groups I speak at. It’s
part news, part tips and part personal rant.
If you want the PowerPoints they are here… and if you just want the links they are here:
VIDEO - This is a chat with Raymond Overman. He’s the Information Technology Manager for Microban Products Company based in Charlotte, North Carolina – leader in built-in antimicrobial product protection
Light speed dictates how fast data in the cloud can reach a desktop -- aka latency -- and as more data is stored in the cloud, it only makes sense that desktops get pulled loft ward, too. DaaS is really data gravity pulling desktops to the cloud.
The MGHPCC is the high-tech jewel of a western Massachusetts mill town. It stands out for its green facility and innovative cooling techniques. Take a tour of the facility and see just how advanced their design is.
Apple's iCloud was public enemy No. 1 after a hack compromised private photos of celebrities, including Kate Upton and Jennifer Lawrence. David Linthicum discusses the iCloud breach and its impact on the cloud.