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VMware Vs. Microsoft: 8 Cloud Battle Lines

How does the VMware vs. Microsoft cloud war stack up right now? We explore key areas.
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The bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend is already a headache for IT departments that don't support multiple platforms. As more services head to the cloud, what IT supports becomes a bigger deal. Can employees access cloud apps and services via their Android or iOS phone or tablet? Historically, VMware has been platform agnostic, where Microsoft has a track record of being less accommodating to non-Windows devices. The BYOD advantage goes to VMware when it comes to cloud service compatibility.

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