Posts Tagged ‘ BYOD ’

Out of the Shadows: Is the Fear of Shadow IT Borne Out in Reality?

June 13, 2014
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CloudComputing

There has been a lot of hand-wringing in the past year or so about the threat of Shadow IT. By its very name, it sums up images of darkness, subterfuge, and illegality. But what exactly is meant by Shadow IT, and is it the threat we are led to believe?

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News: VMware’s Latest Acquisition, AirWatch

January 24, 2014
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VMware100x30

It appears that VMware has been on quite the acquisition kick lately, first with its $1.3 billion dollar acquisition of its Palo Alto neighbor Nicira in 2012 and now VMware has come out with tis largest acquisition in company history with the $1.54 billion dollar acquisition of the mobile management and security firm, AirWatch which…

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Is Cloud Adoption Living Up to the Hype?

November 20, 2013
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CloudComputing

Is cloud adoption living up to the hype? A great deal has been written about the extent to which different vendors have been hyping their services and solutions. However, has the true adoption rate from businesses and corporations really lived up to this hype?

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Passwords Are Dead or Dying

September 26, 2013
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VirtualizationSecurity

Passwords are dead or dying: According to Google security executive Heather Adkins, Passwords are dead for Google and warned that any startups that will rely on passwords are going to be dead in the water. Heather Adkins did not offer any real specifics on how Google is going to innovate tomorrow’s security but did hint…

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Mobility Bytes – Citrix’s Mobile Strategy Has Sharp Teeth & It’s Attacking from Every Side

August 9, 2013
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DesktopVirtualization

As you can probably tell from the title, Citrix is leveraging their biggest advantages in the mobility/BYOD race: their understanding of ALL client operating systems, multimedia in both SBC and VDI environments, and their established partnerships with hardware and OS vendors. In a conversation (you can listen to it yourself by clicking the audio file…

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EUC Security: Much More Than VDI

June 5, 2013
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VirtualizationSecurity

On the 5/30 Virtualization Security Podcast, Shaun Donaldson, Director of Alliances at Bitdefender Enterprise, joined us to discuss end user computing (EUC) security and how their new Gravity Zone product ties their enterprise products together under one scalable management umbrella. This was a very interesting conversation on the subject of EUC security, Bring Your Own…

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Touch to Kill the VDI Star?

March 8, 2013
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Touch to Kill the VDI Star?

Businesses today waltz with the end of the PC. AppSense's Jon Rolls wrote an interesting blog post on how the Windows desktop has not ceased to be in the post-PC era. For many businesses the corporate PC and the corporate laptop are increasingly supplemented by a personal tablet, personal laptop, personal smartphone. Perhaps if corporate…

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AppSense Live in the Now: DesktopNow Now More Than Just a Name Change?

February 15, 2013
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www.appsense.com

Now, this isn't a question of how many times can I get now in the title in some sort of unusual Now Bingo game. In January, AppSense, quietly went about re-branding its Management Suite (consisting of Management Center, Application Manager, Environment Manager and Performance Manager) as AppSense DesktopNow although it's all official now.

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VMware Horizon Mobile is Finally on the Way

November 8, 2012
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CloudComputing

Srinivas Krishnamurti (VMware - Senior Director for Mobile Solutions) has announced that VMware is partnering with Motorola and SoftBank to launch VMware Horizon Mobile in Japan.

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