Posts Tagged ‘ Microsoft ’

Windows Intune 3.0 Microsoft Cloud-based Device Management – More Than Just a Curiosity

July 30, 2012
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DesktopVirtualization

Initial released in March 2011 at the Microsoft Management Summit 2011 in Las Vegas, Windows Intune was Microsoft's first toe in the water of cloud-based management services for business desktops. Initial designed to appeal to small to medium-sized companies with up to 500 desktops, it offered a minimal feature set with just the bare bones…

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Citrix Delivers Multi-tenant VDI Service

July 5, 2012
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DesktopVirtualization

Sridhar Mullapudi, Director of Product Management at Citrix Systems, took to the Citrix Blog last Friday to announced Server VDI is here! Deliver Multi-tenant Cloud hosted VDI desktops from the Cloud giving every appearance of being particularly pleased with himself. As well he might.

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Does RES Software portfolio update deliver DaaS?

July 2, 2012
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PresentationVirtualization

If DaaS provider is only focused on hosting a virtual desktop they are failing you. If you only provide a desktop to your customers - you will annoy them. You don't deliver "a desktop" you deliver "a workspace". RES Software have recently released a number of updates, new releases and patents that help put the…

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Apple Joins the post-PC Revolution

June 12, 2012
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CloudComputing

Apple unveiled the latest iCloud iteration at it's Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco yesterday, beefing up the the fledgling service with new features that show for the first time that it too understands what post-PC means

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A Call To Action With One Voice – Cross Hypervisor Management

May 7, 2012
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DataCenterVirtualization

Microsoft's release of the public beta of Windows Server 8 with the new release of Hyper-V 3, is increasing focus on cross hypervisor management. Hotlink and Microsoft SCOM lead this debate, will VMware step in as well?

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Ecosystems for Both VMware and Microsoft Hypervisors

April 26, 2012
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DataCenterVirtualization

Since the start of the Windows 8 Public Beta, there has been a great deal of discussions and comparisons galore. There have been points made that Microsoft Hyper-V will be good enough to draw good consideration in companies looking to the future. For me personally, feature comparison was not my first consideration. One measurement that…

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Will Microsoft Windows 8 Software Assurance Fix VDI Licensing?

April 19, 2012
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Microsoft100x30

Instead of decisiveness and clarity, Microsoft has led with indecision and confusion. Windows 8 Software Assurance now comes with Windows To Go Use Rights, WindowsRT Virtual Desktop Access Rights, and Companion Device License, three new licensing structures to be tripped up on.

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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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Microsoft User Experience Virtualization. Can’t you find something more important to do?

April 9, 2012
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Microsoft100x30

16 years after it introduced roaming profiles with the launch of Windows NT 4.0 Microsoft has decided to give it another go. In a blog post on Wednesday Karri Alexion-Tiernan (Director of Product Management for Microsoft Desktop Virtualization) announced the public beta of two new technologies, a major update to Microsoft App-V and an all…

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