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Tuesday, June 19, 2012
- AT&T Toggle 2.0 app for iOS may require dual data plan
AT&T Toggle 2.0 now supports iOS devices, but it may require multiple data plans for the same phone.
- Intel CPU hardware vulnerable to a privilege escalation attack
A software implementation issue enables an attacker to escalate privileges or break out of a virtual machine environment.
- Metasploit adds Microsoft exploits for MSXML, Internet Explorer flaw
The Metasploit pen testing software contains working exploits that can target Microsoft XML Core Services flaw and a hole in Internet Explorer.
- VMware vSphere vs. Microsoft Hyper-V: Which is cheaper?
They’re time-honored questions: Is Hyper-V cheaper than vSphere? Does vSphere still have more advanced features? The answers may surprise you.
- Microsoft, VMware offer deep discounts to gain virtualization market share
Comparing vSphere and Hyper-V list prices to determine which is cheaper often doesn’t translate into real-world costs for organizations.
- VMware vs. Microsoft: Cloud management is the new battlefield
For an accurate view of the competition between these industry titans, it’s best to look at the big picture in private and public cloud, experts say.
- VMware networking CTO on SDN, OpenFlow and network virtualization
VMware networking CTO Allwyn Sequeira explains the software-defined data center, the future of OpenFlow and how the company already has network virtualization 'nailed.'
- VMware networking CTO on OpenFlow
In part two of our Q&A with VMware networking CTO Allwyn Sequeira, we ask him about VMware's plans for OpenFlow..
- Are Hyper-V savings worth the cost of a VMware rip and replace?
Is cost savings on Hyper-V licenses enough to justify ripping and replacing the underpinnings of an entire VMware virtual infrastructure?
- Dear CIO: How to help HR help you on technology hiring
Technology hiring is a bear these days. Whining about an inept HR department is not the answer, however. Here's some advice from IT staffing experts.