Virtual machines can go rogue because of misconfiguration of the hypervisor or malicious device drivers and be used to launch attacks against the network, warns the national Institute of Standards and Technology in a draft security guidance.
If IT pros do not adapt to the new world of mobility, they will "become extinct," warns VMware exec Sanjay Poonen.
The annual TechEd conference for IT professionals and developers kicked off in Houston on Monday with Microsoft focusing on topics relating to cloud infrastructure.
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Security firm HyTrust has updated its virtual security appliance so that actions taken by a network admin can be delayed until a manager or higher ranking admin reviews and approves the action, a process that is similar to the U.S. Air Force's procedure for launching a nuclear strike.
The data-stealing Crisis malware, discovered in July infecting Apple's Mac operating systems, is now targeting virtual machines on Windows-based systems, warns security firm Symantec.
Security concerns continue to dampen enterprise eagerness to move applications to the cloud, but there is another cloud computing risk that could bring down doom if not anticipated: bandwidth
VMware Workstation has long been the gold standard for IT professionals to test and experiment with virtual machines on their desktops. Released last month, the new VMware Workstation 8 comes with
Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL) took the wraps off Oracle Virtual Machine 3.0 earlier this week, its enterprise-level solution comprised of a VM Server for x86 and a VM Manager environment for managing the
Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL) has released version 4.1 of its popular VirtualBox virtual desktop software. Downloaded over 46 million times since it was released for free under the GPL in 2007, the new