We’re only a couple of weeks into 2017, but we’ve already got a lot of technology to look forward to. From the launch of new products to updates of old ones, here’s a glimpse into what we can expect from the biggest names in tech this year. Continue Reading…
That was a theme of this year’s VMworld, as the company shared its vision of delivering any application, on any device, by leveraging any cloud. Many of the innovations debuted at VMworld can be categorized as stripping away the complexities and silos that arise through the use of different types of clouds.
Here are three major takeaways I learned from the 2016 VMworld. Continue Reading…
- vSphere Enterprise
- vSphere with Operations Management (vSOM) Standard
- vSphere with Operations Management (vSOM) Enterprise
Though your organization can’t purchase new licenses for these products after that date, you do have several options moving forward. Let’s review. Continue Reading…
Tags: Licensing, Virtualization, VMware, vSphere
Will 2016 be the year we see the next industry-changing technology? Even if the next big thing doesn’t come, plenty of new products, improvements, and a few discontinuations are scheduled for the year.
Here’s a sneak peek into what we can expect from the biggest names in tech over the next 12 months. Continue Reading…
Tags: Adobe, Apple, Cisco, Dell, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, HP Inc., IBM, Lenovo, Microsoft, Oracle, Partnerships, Pure Storage, Samsung, Symantec, VMware
I love the stat from Xcube Labs that found 67 percent of CIOs believe mobility will impact their businesses more than the Internet did in the 1990s. It drives home the opportunity with mobile, as we all well know the impact the Internet has had on businesses.
However, why has it taken so long for mobility to take off in business like it has in our personal lives? Enterprises are struggling to transform their business processes with mobile like they thought they would, and users just aren’t adopting as easily. A recent survey by VMware found only 17 percent of organizations have shifted at least one core business process to a mobile paradigm.
Here is my view on why adoption of mobile in the workforce has been stagnant: Continue Reading…
Tags: Enterprise mobility, Guest posts, Mimi Spier, VMware
This week, more than 23,000 people came together for VMworld in San Francisco. This is one of my favorite events of the year as it provides a venue to interact with customers as we shape the product roadmap, while also providing a forum for IT professionals to come together and learn from one another.
Over the past several years since I’ve taken over marketing for end-user computing at VMware, I’ve seen firsthand how VMworld impacts our customers by giving them expertise they wouldn’t get elsewhere, offering opportunities to bounce ideas off industry peers and partners like SHI, and enabling them to walk away ready to drive innovation in their organization. Attendees also hear from VMware executives and experts, visionary industry leaders and analysts, and IT practitioners pioneering how their organizations leverage virtualization, cloud, and mobile technologies for competitive advantage.
Tags: Guest posts, Project A2, VMware, VMworld
Bank robbing used to be easy. If you could get past the main vault, you could get instant access to all the cash. Within today’s modern banks, the vault’s exterior provides just one layer of perimeter security. Now banks incorporate an assortment of other layers of security, such as safety deposit boxes, which make accessing everyone’s cash at once incredibly difficult, if not nearly impossible. Continue Reading…
Thanksgiving is more than turkey, pie, and football; most importantly, Thanksgiving is a day to reflect and give thanks for the gifts and blessings we’ve received, and also to remember those who are less fortunate.
As a way to help those in need during the holiday, last week SHI and VMware partnered to raise money and secure goods for three worthy charities near SHI’s Central New Jersey headquarters: Summit Animal Rescue Association (SARA), a nonprofit animal rescue and placement organization; Elijah’s Promise, an organization that provides food to those in need, as well as education and job training in the food industry; and Resource Center of Somerset, a women’s shelter that provides help and hope for people affected by domestic abuse.
More than two dozen SHI and VMware employees traveled to New Jersey from around the country to spend a day shopping for and delivering supplies and donations designated for each organization.
Overall, SHI and VMware raised or donated over $21,000 among the three charities. We hope these donations will make the holidays a little bit brighter for those in need.
We couldn’t be prouder of the joint SHI-VMware team, and we thank everyone for their hard work and commitment to our community. We’re grateful to have such a dedicated and conscientious group of employees and partners, as well as customers. We wish a happy and healthy Thanksgiving to all!
Tags: Philanthropy, Videos, VMware
VMworld was jam packed this year, with more than 22,000 attendees from 85 countries traveling to San Francisco — the largest crowd to date. Every session my colleagues and I attended was standing room only, with customers and partners alike packing the rooms to capacity. It’s truly a testament to the esteem VMware has garnered in the IT industry.
Last week we shared with you some of the biggest announcements and new products VMware introduced. Now we’ll review some of the other highlights and news from the event, offer a glimpse of the future of IT we saw at VMworld, and explain how you can make the most of the announcements and future insights.
1. The VMware vCloud Air Network debuts.
The VMware vCloud Air Network builds upon the company’s VMware Service Provider Program (VSPP) to offer more flexibility for organizations turning to hybrid cloud solutions. The result is the world’s largest network of validated cloud services based on VMware technologies.
What this means for you: Organizations can take advantage of incremental services from other providers using the vCloud Air Network while maintaining their existing internal VMware infrastructure. This also creates greater flexibility for organizations that must keep data in state or country due to compliance rules. Continue Reading…
VMware just made some major announcements at this week’s VMworld. We want to make sure you not only have the latest information, but also understand what the announcements mean for you, and how we can help you make the most of the new technology.
Here are the five biggest announcements from VMworld: Continue Reading…