September 01, 2017
As more IT vendors move to web-based management consoles, administrators are often forced to navigate a complex maze of browser requirements.
August 11, 2017
We're officially counting down the days to VMworld 2017, and the anticipation is mounting. Take a look at some of SearchVMware's top sessions for this year's conference.
July 28, 2017
News roundup: Adobe announced that Flash end of life will happen by the end of 2020. Plus, Microsoft expands its bug bounty program, the 2017 Pwnie Awards winners, and more.
April 17, 2017
Visual Basic apps were never meant to run in the cloud, but with automated code conversion tools, their tried-and-true business logic can be refactored and reused.
HTML5 Get Started
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IT teams must go into the mobile app development process with a strong plan for implementation. Know which tools and types of apps work best for the organization ahead of time. Continue Reading
One of VMware's goals for vSphere 6.5 was to create a simplified user experience, and with features like a new vSphere Client and improved VM management, the company may meet that goal. Continue Reading
For years PCoIP has been the go-to remote display protocol for View shops, but VMware's in-house protocol, Blast Extreme, is ready to take over. Continue Reading
Evaluate HTML5 Vendors & Products
Weigh the pros and cons of technologies, products and projects you are considering.
The new HTML5-based vSphere Client promises to fix the issues that have plagued the Web Client for years, but it isn't quite ready for its moment in the sun just yet. Continue Reading
VSphere 6.5 Update 1 includes changes to VMware's HCL list, the discontinuation of third-party switches, a new HTML5-based vSphere Client and more. Continue Reading
Amazon Web Services' fingerprints are all over the latest update to VMware's hybrid cloud management platform, but that support comes with a hefty price tag. Continue Reading
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Adobe Flash's end of life is coming, and it includes an incremental removal method, allotting security teams enough time to adjust. Matt Pascucci explains how changes can be made. Continue Reading
For smaller companies, workspace tools, which bring users' resources into one access point, can work as VDI brokers. VMware and Citrix offer options, as well as some other vendors. Continue Reading
The VMware Host Client is faster and more secure than the vSphere Flash-based client, but it has yet to reach maturity. Here are some other tools you can use to manage ESXi hosts. Continue Reading
Problem Solve HTML5 Issues
We’ve gathered up expert advice and tips from professionals like you so that the answers you need are always available.
Fluctuating VDI costs can catch any organization by surprise. Consider open source remote display protocols to keep the price tag low and user experience high. Continue Reading
Adobe Flash's end of life is coming, but there are some HTML5 vulnerabilities enterprises should be aware of before making the switch. Expert Judith Myerson outlines the risks. Continue Reading
Gartner predicts more than half of all mobile apps will use HTML5 by 2016, but what threats will this cause the enterprise? Expert Michael Cobb discusses. Continue Reading