Month: July 2020

What’s Your Favorite Tech Novel?

Today I was discussing with Duncan some great books to read. Disconnecting fully from work is difficult for me, so typically, the books I read are tech-related. I have read some brilliant books that I

Android Series Ep 15: Changes to Company-Owned Personally-Enabled (COPE) in Android 11

In previous episodes of our Android series, we have discussed the array of use cases supported by Android Enterprise through its flexible management options. Episode 6 introduced VMware Workspace ONE UEM support for the company-owned

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VMware Cloud Director Availability and Usage Meter 4.2 – Automatic Metering and Reporting

In this post, I will discuss how automatic metering and reporting by VMware Usage Meter 4.2 works with VMware Cloud Director Availability. Cloud Director Availability Enhancements With version 4.0, VMware Cloud Director Availability (VCDA) introduced

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How to Configure DNS Nameservers with cPanel

The domain name system (DNS) is fiendishly complicated, and managing the nameservers that power it can be perplexing. Server administrators know how frustrating it is to change DNS configurations and patiently wait for them to

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Retiring Horizon Client for UWP

Jul 28, 2020 Author: Kristina De Nike Kristina De Nike is a product line manager for VMware EUC. In addition to her current responsibilities for Horizon Clients, she has worked on VMware Horizon FLEX and

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Load Balancing Performance of DRS in vSphere 7

The DRS performance team just released a great whitepaper on the load balancing capabilities in vSphere 7. New features of DRS in VMware vSphere 7 have been introduced to make VMware’s compute control plane even

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The 8 Best Open Source Web Servers

It’s been a long journey since the first web server was released back in 1991. For quite a long time, Apache was the only mention-worthy webserver. Over time, however, other open-source web servers have gained

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What is SSL and Why Is It Critical in 2020?

Secure Sockets Layer, also known as SSL, is a security technology that provides encryption between a client and a webserver. To understand this a bit more simply, a “client” is a web browser like Chrome

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Spam Filtering on cPanel: Everything You Need To Know About SpamAssassin

Spam is a huge challenge for anyone who hosts email, even though users only see a tiny fraction of the spam they’re sent.  Most unwanted messages never reach inboxes, but an incredible 54 percent of

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Run Horizon Workloads on VMware Cloud on Dell EMC

Bring the Cloud Experience to Your On-Premises VDI Deployments As an increasing amount of the global workforce moves to flexible, remote workspaces, the need for organizations to address the challenges of virtualization is higher than

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It’s Easier Than Ever to Tell VMware What You Think

  Overview “At VMware, we listen but more importantly we act.” The latest integration of vSphere Ideas Portal with vSphere client takes this statement to a whole new level. vSphere Ideas portal is platform where

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… and you get a hostname! And you get a hostname! And you get a hostname!

Solving a hostname security warning: The first time a user tries to log in to WHM on a newly-installed server, they see a security warning. It can be scary, especially for users on a trial

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