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Simon Bramfitt
Simon BramfittSimon is an independent industry analyst covering enterprise desktop, mobile and application virtualization, delivery and management technologies. He is an experienced solutions architect with unmatched insight into the challenges of designing large (200,000 seat plus) high availability presentation and desktop virtualization systems. Simon was invited to join the Citrix Technology Professionals (CTP) group in May 2010 and joined the Virtualization Practice in September 2010

Microsoft Windows MultiPoint Server 2011

February 8, 2011
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MultiPoint Server is the Cinderella of the Windows world, locked away in the cellar education sector, kept away from the bright lights of publicity and severely limited in what it could offer. But that could well be changing given Microsoft's recent efforts to revamp the product. Although not yet quite ready for shipping, Microsoft has…

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Mobile malware reinforces need for mobile hypervisors

February 2, 2011
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At last year's VMworld in San Francisco Stephen Deasy (Director, R&D, VMware) and Srinivas Krishnamurti (Senior Director, Mobile Solutions, VMware) announced VMware's plans for a type II mobile hypervisor platform. Three months later VMware and LG have announced a partnership to install VMware Mobile Virtualization Platform (MVP) on LG smart phones starting in 2011. While…

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Mirage 2.0 extends Wanova vision to the enterprise

January 26, 2011
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Wanova has today announced general availability of Mirage 2.0, the newest release of its distributed desktop virtualization platform. Mirage 2.0 is a significant milestone for Wanova, extending the platform from a limited scalability solution better suited to LAN-based deployments to a true enterprise class platform capable of supporting multiple remote branch offices without requiring a…

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Ericom welcomes the desktop virtualization year with new release

January 12, 2011
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Ericom has has won the race to deliver the first new product release of the "Year of Desktop Virtualization" with the launch of Ericom PowerTerm WebConnect 5.7. WebConnect (sorry Ericom, but "PowerTerm WebConnect 5.7" takes too much space on the page to type out every time) is Ericom's answer to Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop, plus…

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Desktop virtualization, a year in review

January 3, 2011
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The desktop virtualization year opened with a bang at CES with the explosion of vendor announcements introducing the next generation of mobile tablets. The obvious winner this year being Apple and the iPad but with many more vendors showing off Windows-based tablets including HP, Archos and Pegatron, as well as Android tablets from manufacturers such…

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VMware take next steps towards mobile virtualization platform

December 23, 2010
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VMware is continuing its on again off again relationship with mobile hypervisors, inching slowly towards a decision points on whether or not to truly embrace technology. VMware acquired French mobile hypervisor develop Trango Virtual Processors 3 years ago and has been working to incorporate Trango’s code into its own mobile virtualization platform (MVP) ever since.…

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MokaFive Suite 3.0

December 14, 2010
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MokeFive Suite is an enterprise desktop management platform that is used to create and administer layered virtual desktop images called 'LivePCs' which execute as guests on a type II hypervisor. LivePC images are authored using the MokaFive Creator which also serves as a test platform to simulate and end-users experience. LivePC images can be stored…

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Sorting Out “Desktop Virtualization”

December 7, 2010
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Can you use Desktop Virtualization in your organization to improve IT delivery? Desktop Virtualization, as a concept, is straightforward - separate the desktop environment from the physical machine. This gives you benefits in terms of speed of delivery, how you can provide access to mobile and remote workers, how you can ensure security and compliance.

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Browsium crafts lifeline for IE 6 users

December 6, 2010
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Browsium crafts lifeline for IE 6 users

Startup Browsium, is readying a lifeline for enterprise IT organizations that moving to Windows 7 but unable to escape their addiction to Internet Explorer 6. The Washington DC-based startup staffed by ex-Microsoft employees is planning to release UniBrows an add-on for Internet Explorer 8 that lets customers access IE6 dependent web apps from the now…

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