VMware Ships PCoIP View Client for Mac OS X

December 29, 2011
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After many months of delay, VMware has finally made some progress towards delivering a PC-over-IP View client for Mac OS X. Given VMware's constant affirmation that we are entering a post-PC world, it has been difficult to understand quite why VMware has failed to embrace the Apple Mac as fully as it might. The most…

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Cloud and Virtualization Security Resolutions for 2012

December 28, 2011
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Christmas is over and New Years is on its way. A time to make resolutions and see the year complete. A time to review what is old and plan for the future. This is a perfect time to review your defense in depth and look to see if there are security additions needed in 2012.…

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The 2012 Cloud Management Challenge

December 27, 2011
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The 2012 Cloud Management Challenge

Private cloud management offerings are today very well suited to create and manage self-service scenarios for workloads that are either transient, or that require significant scaling of resources during the daily or weekly cycle of business activity. Private cloud management offerings are today not well suited to be the management solution through which all future…

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News: Wyse Extends PocketCloud to Personal Cloud

December 26, 2011
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News: Wyse Extends PocketCloud to Personal Cloud

Following its recent acquisition of Trellia, Wyse Technology is further extending its software portfolio with the launch of a new PocketCloud app for Android users: PocketCloud Explore. PocketCloud Explore provides file search and transfer between the Android device and Windows and Mac PCs through a secure connection to an agent, the PocketCloud Companion, that is…

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2011 Year in Review: Presentation Virtualization

December 23, 2011
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It has been a while since we last updated our Presentation Virtualization Solutions whitepaper. Has nothing happened in the market in 2011? On the contrary, there was a good deal going on for Presentation Virtualization in a year that saw a new benchmark setting XenApp release from Citrix, Apple remove terminal services functionality, RES Software…

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2012: The Beginning of the End for Virtualization Management?

December 22, 2011
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While the legacy enterprise management vendors might like to think of themselves as the Borg (prepare to be assimilated - there is no escape), the new technical requirements and the new buying patterns in the virtualization market do not lend themselves to a repeat of history. Legacy management vendors are unlikely to be able to…

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