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Chromebooks are cheap, flexible and effective — but they can’t run Windows apps. Now Google says it is working with VMware to introduce a Chrome Web Store app that will allow Windows apps to run on Chromebooks within a virtualised environment.
Compatibility testing for older versions of Internet Explorer can be a nuisance, and doubly so if you’re on a non-Windows platform. Handily, Microsoft provides free virtual machine (VM) images of Windows running specific IE versions that you can use in your hypervisor of choice, and the recent addition of IE 11 to the set seems a good reason to revisit that option.
Windows Server 2012 R2 offers new ways to approach data centre deployment and management. Learn how the platform makes it possible to manage your datacentre more effectively, and master the options available for live migration with our handy infographic poster.
Hyper-V virtualisation is one of the key benefits of Windows Server 2012, and it works essentially identically in R2 to the original version. One important exception to bear in mind? You shouldn’t use R2′s shared virtual hard disk feature to hosting virtual machine operating systems — purely for shared data sotres.
EMC’s VSPEX architecture provides an effective, affordable way to deploy high-performance virtualisation in midsize businesses . One key advantage of that approach? Ultra-reliable backup and data protection with your choice of technologies.
In the era of big data, storage demands grow constantly and having an effective system to manage business storage requirements is more important than ever. EMC’s VNX storage solutions offer affordable high-performance storage systems that are tailored for the needs of midsized businesses