Scott Lowe writing for CIOscape comments: A little over a year ago, Wikibon predicted the following regarding the most likely future of the Hyper-V and vSphere:“…believe that VMware’s greatest risk is in the SMB [and] midmarket. Although VMware has attempted to do better in this space, this has been an underserved area and often goes […]
Scott Lowe from VirtualizationAdmin.com comments: CommVault provided in-depth information about their new SImpana 10 data protection and management software and boasted revenue of $496 million for FY13. I see this as relevant information because this big number, along with the fact that CommVault has been around a while, and further combined with the fact […]
vSphere Land just announced the results for their Top 25 Virtualization Bloggers vote. We’re impressed by the voting turnout, and can’t argue with the results: Every one is a great VMware resource! We’re especially pleased that Gestalt IT is so well-represented, with three of our authors making the list!
What’s the difference between naughty and nice when it comes to IT companies? Microsoft and EMC would definitely not have made the nice list over the last decade, but things are changing. With their competition taking dents in the ongoing battles, Microsoft and EMC just don’t look so bad anymore.
VMware has just announced the first round of vExpert Awardees, including Gestalt IT’s own Rich Brambley, as well as Scott Lowe, a behind-the-scenes friend to Gestalt IT! Congratulations, guys!