Evolving Security into a Mobile World

Traditional security models do not suffice in the technical world today. New ways need to be explored to protect users in this evolving mobile world. A term currently known as Mobile Threat Defense (MTD) is a growing technology within the mobile security space. MTD is a solution that will provide advanced level of security needed…

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It’s vSAN Week at vDestination!

Last year I dedicated an entire week to AirWatch and called it, AirWatch Week.  Turns out it was a big hit with readers as some of those posts remain my most read in the past 6 months.  With the success of AirWatch week, I thought it would be great to put the spotlight on one…

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How to Avoid a Session Timeout in vROps 6.2

As an administrator many of us have had to deal with the dreaded session timeout at one point in time or another.  If you are an enterprise administrator you know that at any given time you could have more than 5 different applications or servers open and logged into.  No one hates sessions time-outs more…

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Libro Recomendado: vSphere Design Best Practices

Libro Recomendado: vSphere Design Best Practices Autores: Brian Bolander (@bobolander), Christopher Kusek (@cxi)   Este año tome la decisión de iniciar formalmente mi entrenamiento en diseño de ambientes virtuales y datacenters de VMware, en este proceso he logrado recopilar una buena lista de material para prepararme para el examen VCAP-DCD (VMware Certified Advanced Professional-Data Center Design). Entre la…

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Flex your AirWatch Muscles during AirWatch Week!

I’ve recently been through a ton of AirWatch training and I’m now supporting one of our federal clients with their large AirWatch implementation.  It’s been a fire hose of information lately but I’m finding that it’s finally starting to settle in as I’m experiencing lots of hands on work that I can relate back to…

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Introducing vLATAM!

Today is a very happy day for me here at vDestination. Today we add a new blog page to the vDestination site, simply titled, vLATAM. What is this page all about? It’s actually a new blog all within itself which is entirely written in Spanish. The focus of vLATAM is to stir the virtualization pot…

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vDestination on Twitter!

Under intense pressure from past followers and fellow bloggers, I’ve decided to relaunch my twitter feed. The handle formerly known as @gregwstuart will now be @vDestination. My hope is to participate more in the conversation on twitter and share my thoughts on virtualization and “the cloud” (the most over-used word in marketing). If you are…

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Need a pulse check? Get VMware Alive VM for free!

Just when you think VMware has come out with a really cool product that would be hard to top, they follow it with another product that is just as amazing and more. With the release of VMware Alive VM, this is that product. Have you ever heard of Alive VM? I hadn’t either until I…

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Hardware is dead! Long live VMware!

Recently I read a great article in Wired Magazine titled “The Web Is Dead. Long Live the Internet.” by Chris Anderson and Michael Wolff. First off, great article guys, this is a really thought-provoking article. The article basically talks about how we no longer sit in front of a terminal and “explore the world-wide web.”…

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My trip to VMworld, part 3: wrap up!

What is there to say about VMworld that hasn’t been said already? It was just an all around great time. I have to first say that my trip to VMworld 2010 couldn’t have happened without winning Jason Boche‘s contest and Gestalt IT chipping in for the airfare, thanks so much Jason and Stephen and the…

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