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The Amazon Echo is a hardware-based personal assistant and speaker that has been growing in popularity. The device plays music, answers commands using the Alexa digital assistant and can even control a smart home. The Echo has proved to be so popular that some of its features are coming to...
Virtualization market leader also launches Workspace ONE, which gives enterprise employees self-service access to cloud, mobile, Windows apps.
Alpine Linux Goes All In for Docker SLIDESHOW
The open-source Docker container engine is helping lead a revolution in how applications are built, managed and deployed. Unlike a virtual machine (VM) hypervisor application, a Docker container application does not require a separate full operating system that runs on top of an existing host...
DAILY VIDEO: AMD unveils virtualized GPUs, new quiet chips; Microsoft extends Office 365 FastTrack service to more SMBs; UC Berkeley students sue Google for scanning emails without consent; and there's more.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Collateral damage is always part of the process in any merger or acquisition, but the sting of such action never lessens.
PART 2: VMware Senior Vice President and CIO Bask Iyer describes market strategy for the world's largest virtualization software maker.
At Citrix Summit, company officials talk about version 7.7 of the products, which were released last month, and what's upcoming in 7.8 this quarter.
The company unveils ThinOS 8.2 for greater UC support and a new appliance for Citrix environments that improves scalability and ease of use.
In the last several years, the hype surrounding containers has grown, but so has their usage. At the Tectonic Summit earlier this month, the focus wasn't on hype, but rather on real-world use-cases, as container technology enters mainstream IT. Tectonic is a commercial product built by CoreOS,...