Archive | February, 2014

Vote for the Top VMware, Virtualization and Storage blogs of 2014

When Eric Siebert from vSphere-land.com started the voting for the top VMware & virtualization blogs back in, I can’t remember when, I was suprised how much bloggers shared their passion for virtualization. In particular VMware! As you know or not know I am running my show since a couple of years now. Yep, years fly by. Doing it, […]

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VMWARE HORIZON INTRODUCING DAAS

VMware Horizon DaaS (previously Desktone) enables to centralize desktop environments and manage these as a Cloud service. Initially available to customers as an on-premise service or by VMware vCloud Service Provider Partners offering DaaS in the cloud or within hybrid deployments. Users will be able to access their Windows applications, data and desktops using VMware’s HTML5 technology […]

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VMTurbo Released Operations Manager 4.5 with Storage and Fabric Control Module

First of all before going to talk about VMTurbo Operation Manager, VMwareArena Welcomes VMTurbo as a new Sponsor. On Jan 28,2014 -VMTurbo released its new version version of Operation manager which is Operations manager version 4.5. VMTurbo’s Operation manager continuously analyzes the real-time performance, resource capacity, Service level priorities and System constraints across your virtualized […]

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Cloud Computing in The Legal Sector

Cloud Computing in The Legal Sector – Will 2014 Be The Year Cloud Computing Goes Mainstream In The Legal Sector? A recently published report by IDC predicted that the public IT cloud services industry will grow from being a $47.4 billion market in 2013 to reach $107 billion by 2017. That is an astounding compounded […]

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JumpSquares v1.2 – Nmap XML Parsing

Over the past 2 weeks I’ve been working on implementing a new feature that was requested by Christian Mohn (@h0bbel) on the the vSoup Podcast. This new feature will hopefully allow you to create more JumpSquares faster. Version 1.2 (1.9.14) Added Nmap Scan XML functions. Upload Nmap XML file to create JumpSquares quickly. Changed a […]

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Are US Tech Companies Suffering a Slow and Agonizing Death?

Are technology companies in the United States now suffering from a slow and agonizing death? In what is being called “The Snowden Effect,” the infamous former National Security Agency contractor’s disclosures revealing the extent of NSA worldwide spying efforts have prompted companies to avoid or leave US technology firms in droves. This has been especially true with regard to […]

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