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VMware Pricing Controversy: Exclusive User Research

Check out what IT pros had to say about VMware's recent licensing policy change in this InformationWeek.com survey.
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Only 7% of those respondents who know about the new licensing model say they like it, while six in ten say it's a deterrent. This data was collected before VMware announced changes to the original vRAM licensing policy.

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