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VMware has released new versions of its desktop virtualization products with support for Windows 10 and more.
Microsoft has released a technical preview of the first publically available version of Windows Server Containers, which will be built into Windows Server 2016, the next version of Microsoft's operating system for servers.
Parallels Desktop 11 launched late Tuesday, with support for the latest desktop operating systems, along with new marquee features like the ability to run.
Red Hat has packaged OpenStack to make it easier to deploy for hosting mission critical jobs
With Kubernetes, Google wants to help enterprises adopt a container-based micro-services architecture
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation will develop software for creating a 'micro-services' architecture
Disk-image encryption is now included in the virtualization software
The Docker Trusted Registry provides a central hub for enterprises to store containers
Better tools open the door for more advanced roll outs, as long as the changes needed within an organization aren't forgotten
The X1 mouse lets iPad users control Windows applications housed in the data center
Technology patented by Microsoft could give autistic people a new set of social tools—or maybe poker players an edge using Microsoft's HoloLens.
VMware open sources a Linux distribution and access management software
Docker Engine 1.6 and Docker Registry 2.0 work together to make the software containter easier to manage
Windows Server Containers will be able to run applications specifically built for Windows Server and .Net
The company has made many small WorkSpaces improvements for admins and users
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