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4 May 2015 | Linda Smith | No Comments | 317 views | Categories: Featured, Headline, VMware
VMware promotes collaboration with new bundle

Organisations looking to give end users more comprehensive content and social collaboration tools can do so with a new suite from VMware. The drivers for the new offering are very much communities engaging through consumer social networks like Facebook and YouTube, and friends and family sharing photos and videos in new ways with applications like […]

13 Apr 2015 | ukblog | No Comments | 334 views | Categories: Cisco, Featured, Headline, IBM, Learning and Technology News, Microsoft, VMware
2015 First Quarter: An IT Training Roundup

The first quarter of 2015 has come and gone. But despite the fact it flew by in a blink of an eye there were a number of great developments in the world of IT training.   Here we roundup a few of the biggest and best announcements in one place: Microsoft Has Released a New Book! Scenario-Focused […]

10 Apr 2015 | Kat Harwood | No Comments | 384 views | Categories: Cisco, Featured, Headline, Microsoft, VMware
Big Data Requires Big Investment: Could you be a Part of it?

We talk about big data a lot in this blog (you can catch up here), but did you realise there will be big investment in it this year? Of course, with any emerging technology comes the requirement for more knowledge, trained professionals and yes, money. We take a look at these investment requirements and what that […]

8 Apr 2015 | Linda Smith | No Comments | 630 views | Categories: Featured, Headline, VMware
VMWare vs. Citrix: The Virtualisation Battle

VMware has long been the king of the virtualisation world, but with new emerging technology companies, are its competitors breaching the gap in preparation to overthrow the crown? Here we take a look at the two big dogs that are battling it out to rule over the virtualisation market. VMware Vs. Citrix For a long […]

30 Mar 2015 | Linda Smith | No Comments | 432 views | Categories: Featured, Headline, VMware
VMware vCloud Air available for government through G-Cloud 6

The government has authorised VMware’s hybrid cloud platform, vCloud Air, for use within the public sector as part of the G-Cloud procurement network. The news means that UK government and public sector organisations can now purchase vCloud Air as part of the G-Cloud 6 framework — the latest version of the government’s cloud-based services network.  The platform […]

20 Feb 2015 | Linda Smith | No Comments | 407 views | Categories: Featured, Headline, VMware
New training courses follow hot on the heels of vSphere 6 upgrade

VMware has announced three new training courses to support the unveiling of vSphere 6, the latest version of its leading virtualisation platform. This major upgrade builds on the success of prior versions of vSphere and extends the user’s ability to virtualise scale-up and scale-out applications, redefine availability and simplify the virtual data centre. Supporting the […]

28 Jan 2015 | Linda Smith | No Comments | 667 views | Categories: Featured, Headline, VMware
VMware reveals top technology trends for 2015

The mobile cloud, the hybrid cloud and network virtualisation are amongst the technologies predicted to play increasingly important roles during the coming year. At the start of a new year it’s common to take a view on what the major trends are likely to be over the coming twelve months. In an interview with Information […]

17 Dec 2014 | Linda Smith | No Comments | 772 views | Categories: Featured, Headline, VMware
VMware announces new VCP6-DT certification as two exams are retired

It’s out with the old and in with the new as VMware releases VCP6-DT, a new qualification for system engineers and desktop virtualisation specialists, whilst at the same time announcing the retirement of the VDCA510 and VDCD510 exams. The new VMware Certified Professional 6 – Desktop (VCP6-DT) certification is intended for virtualisation professionals who have a foundation […]

30 Jul 2014 | Kat Harwood | No Comments | 467 views | Categories: Cisco, Events, Featured, Microsoft, VMware
Virtualisation 101

Virtualisation’ has become a buzzword in information technology over the last few years, but what exactly does it mean? Here’s how to find out more. Virtualisation 101 Virtualisation is the term given to a virtual version of any computer server, storage device, network or operating system. This is where a framework is divided into multiple parts; […]

1 Apr 2014 | Linda Smith | No Comments | 2,259 views | Categories: Featured, Headline, VMware
VMware reveals availability of Virtual SAN

VMware has moved into a fresh market with the introduction of Virtual SAN, which will provide a newly defined tier of storage in the data centre. According to VMware the intention of Virtual SAN is to “…simplify storage for virtual environments with a unique architecture based on VM-centric policies and built-in automation.”  Originally announced in […]