Monthly Archives: September 2018

The legendary turtles at VMware HQ

If you have ever been to VMware’s campus in Palo Alto you have probably seen or heard of the legendary turtles that rule the little pond between the Promontory A & D buildings. I accidentally stumbled across an old blog post by VMware the oth… Continue reading

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VMware Skyline Advisor – Now Available

Proactive Findings, On-Demand Today, we are excited to announce the availability of Skyline Advisor. Skyline Advisor is a SaaS application, delivered by VMware, that allows customers to view their proactive findings and recommendations on-demand. Custo… Continue reading

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Workstation 15 Is Here

Workstation 15 Is Here Workstation 15 Is Here Workstation 15 Pro and Player are Now Available! Download Now Workstation Pro Workstation Player Buy Now In celebration of our 20th anniversary, the VMware Workstation team is very proud to announce the … Continue reading

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New KB articles published for the week ending 22nd September,2018

VMware Cloud on AWS VMware Cloud on AWS vSAN Advisory Date Published: 20-Sep-18 VMware Horizon Horizon 7 on VMware Cloud on AWS Support Date Published: 18-Sep-18 Font size in seamless application is smaller than expected in Windows Server 2008 R2 Date … Continue reading

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New KB articles published for the week ending 15th September,2018

VMware ESXi Mouse is invisible inside virtual machine web console using IE11 in vSphere 5.5 U3k Date Published: 14-Sep-18 VMware NSX for vSphere NSX Performance issues when using ESXI 6.5 with bnx2x or ixgben NICs Date Published: 13-Sep-18 VMware SDDC … Continue reading

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VMworld Europe Session Builder is open!


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VMworld Session Builder is open, so if you are planning on going to VMworld Europe you may want to go to the session builder website and add the sessions you would like to see to your schedule. I created a list for VMworld US, most of these still apply. I also have two sessions of […]

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VMworld Europe Session Builder is open!


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VMworld Session Builder is open, so if you are planning on going to VMworld Europe you may want to go to the session builder website and add the sessions you would like to see to your schedule. I created a list for VMworld US, most of these still apply. I also have two sessions of […]

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Allegis Group Protects and Speeds Its Environment with a Host of Software-Defined Solutions

With more than 500 locations around the world, 10 subsidiary companies and around 15,000 employees, staffing company Allegis Group has a large and sophisticated IT environment. The company is building a flexible, secure, cloud-ready data center with a … Continue reading

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Happy Endday vSphere 5.5!

vSphere 5.5 was released almost 5 years ago to the day, Sept. 22nd 2013. Today VMware officially ended support for it and they recommend you upgrade to vSphere 6.5 or 6.7. Despite this I know there is still a large number of customers still running 5.5… Continue reading

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MS Word: Paste and Match Formatting by default


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Something that bugged me for a long time on a Mac was the copy/paste behavior. I always wanted it to default to match the formatting of the document I am working in, or even paste in unformatted text. Pasting formatted text just messes up your whole document. I never knew how to do this until […]

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