Posts Tagged ‘ DaaS ’

OnLive Desktop Inching Towards Viability

April 12, 2012
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OnLive Desktop Inching Towards Viability

OnLive, the desktop pundits favorite DaaS provider, is one step closer to being able to offer a viable and fully compliant virtual "desktop" service following the stealth update of its platform from a Windows 7 based VDI service to a Windows Server 8 R2 Remote Desktop Services offering. While this move eliminates the threat to…

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2011 Year in Review Desktop Virtualization – Part I

December 6, 2011
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The countdown clock for the end of life of windows XP (the most successful operating system of all time) is running; enterprise IT is having to adjust to multiple disruptive trends that will stress it as never before, mobility, security, smart phones, tablets, BYOD, the cloud, even Apple has found a foothold in the enterprise.…

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Thames Water dips its toe in Desktone’s pool – DaaS throws off it’s waterwings?

November 28, 2011
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Thames Water have signed up to give a sizable part of its desktop infrastructure management to services built on Desktone's VDI stack hosted and maintained by Molten Technologies. Thames Water is the UK's largest water and sewerage company, serving one of the world's largest conurbations. Is this a significant landmark for Desktop As-A-Service (DaaS) provision?…

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Microsoft’s new Client Access License snubs desktop virtualization

March 30, 2011
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A change to the Microsoft Client Access License (CAL) bundle is a rare event - the last time it happened was about 10 years ago; so any change to the CAL bundle has to be seen as a significant indicator of Microsoft's core values. Or so you would think. Assuming that is right, last week's…

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Save lives, implement VDI

February 3, 2011
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Save lives, implement VDI

Bad weather conditions should not stop your workforce. Keep your employees safe at home and being productive for you at the same time.

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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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News: Akamai Introduces Managed Internet Service for Delivery of Virtualized Applications and Desktops

October 5, 2009
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Akamai Technologies, Inc. announce the industry's first managed Internet service for optimizing delivery of virtualized applications and desktops. Based on Akamai's IP Application Accelerator solution this new service is designed to help enterprises realize the cost efficiency, scalability and global reach inherent with the Internet to deliver VDI solutions offered by companies such as Citrix,…

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