Profile of Robert Mullins
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Robert Mullins has covered the technology industry in Silicon Valley for more than a decade for various publications. He has written about enterprise computing including stories about servers, storage, data center management, network security, virtualization, and cloud computing.
Articles by Robert Mullins
Revlon IT leaders says goal of virtualization project was not just saving money but also making Revlon better.
Software maker says CRM and enterprise social communities can help each other.
Company promises VDI for Apple's iOS and Google Android mobile devices next.
Virtual desktop based on cloud gaming tech claims to bring speedier Microsoft Office, Flash to iPad than market leader Citrix Receiver can deliver.
Cascade 9.5 adds visibility into virtual switching layer and lifts 'fog of virtualization.'
VMware users say latency problems can cause VDI trouble at the worst times--say, during a snowstorm when everyone tries to work at home. But there are fixes.
Savings from server consolidation will go to new IT innovations, IDC says.
Desktop virtualization tools like Citrix Receiver give employee-owned iOS and Android devices access to Microsoft Office apps and data.
ReliableDR 3.0 software targets enterprises and cloud service providers seeking simpler way to keep track of sprawling virtual environments.
Memory of recent VMware pricing flap may be fresh in Microsoft exec's minds.
Symantec survey shows understanding of benefits, but a reluctance to move as quickly as enterprises have.
Platform delivers high-definition videoconferencing to a variety of endpoints, including room-based systems, desktops, and portable devices.
Increased downtime and costs result when companies don't sufficiently train admins on Microsoft's collaboration platform, study finds.
Oracle's Sparc SuperCluster is the first to pair Oracle VM Server with the newest Sparc processor, the T-4.
How much will Windows 8 advance virtual desktop computing? Based on Microsoft's appealing preview build of the OS, these Hyper-V features will be key.
VMware's enterprise-grade answer to Dropbox aims to balance effectiveness and IT control.
VMware's new technology unveiled at VMworld essentially allows a phone within a phone--addressing some key worries for enterprise IT.
New zEnterprise System model links apps on blades to data on the mainframe.