Windows Server 2012: Hyper-V 3.0 Evens the Odds with vSphereCommented on: 5 years ago
(September 14, 2011)
Interesting additions to the feature set of Hyper V. Any release date for such a massive feature set? My concern is how stable they will be initially, as it is one thing to say yes we...
Virtualization Shootout, Part 1Commented on: 8 years ago
(June 10, 2008)
Michael, this has to be one of the incorrectly researched and worst written articles I have ever read in this magazine. Seriously pathetic comparison between the two products.
This is just FUD....
WinInfo Short Takes: Week of September 6Commented on: 12 years ago
(September 5, 2004)
I agree about the newsletter, I prefer the Plain text version, much easier to read. BRING IT BACK.....and you can download it and view ot offline if need be as well....
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