Posts Tagged ‘ Microsoft ’

Onlive Desktop: VDI cannot be DaaS until Microsoft say so.

March 13, 2012
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DesktopVirtualization

OnLive Desktop is on the verge of making a game-changing move in the VDI space delivering the hope of a service that a CFO would bite your hand off for. OnLive's delivery capability is a wakeup call to the ISVs and SPs who are trying to penetrate this market. With the license battle is about…

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Hyper-V: Is it there yet?

February 10, 2012
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DataCenterVirtualization

For a good portion of the time I have been working in the virtualization space, there has been plenty of hype about how it is just a matter of time before Microsoft “leapfrogs” ahead of VMware in the area of virtualization and with the massive upgraded version of Hyper-V 3.0 that will ship with Windows…

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Browsium Ion: time to get going from IE6?

February 7, 2012
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Browsium Ion: time to get going from IE6?

Reports on IE6's death are often greatly exaggerated. IE6 is still there alive and well in a large swathe of enterprise desktops. This puts a risk on projects that look to move an organisation beyond Windows XP. Browsium's Ion addresses the fear uncertainty and doubt many had with Unibrows. Browsium Ion gives corporate users what…

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Virtualization Certification: What Options are Available?

February 3, 2012
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Virtualization Certification, It used to be just VMware and the VCP, but things have changed as other players get involved and I thought it would be interesting to see what virtualization certification options there are out there.

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RES Software Announce HyperDrive: follow-me-data more than sharing files or dropping stuff in a box

January 30, 2012
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RES is joining a crowded party of file sharing solutions but they bring a cloud pricing license structure to a on-premise file sharing solution. The RES Hyperdrive solution can span a range of end-devices be they VDI, desktop or a hybrid and at an interesting price point. With clients for PC, Mac, Windows mobile, Blackberry,…

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News: Virsto introduces new virtual storage options for VMware and Hyper-V

January 17, 2012
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News: Virsto introduces new virtual storage options for VMware and Hyper-V

The virtual storage market is hotting up with Virsto Stoftware’s announcement of two new products for release Tuesday, January 17th. Following on from its June 2011 acquisition of EvoStor and building on its existing Virsto for VDI platform, Silicon Valley-based Virsto Software has made good on its investment by announcing the release of Virsto for vSphere.

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Will Client Hypervisors Drive the Next Generation Desktop?

January 12, 2012
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Whatever your enterprise desktop issue - VDI is often hailed as the answer. But a remote desktop is not always available anytime, anyplace, anywhere. More importantly, a VDI infrastructure is complex and expensive to deliver. Virtualisation will certainly play a major part in the next generation desktop: but does that next generation desktop have to…

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Who can outmanoeuvre Citrix Flexcast?

December 13, 2011
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Who can outmanoeuvre Citrix Flexcast?

Of all the vendors in the hosted desktop space, Citrix has been delivering desktop virtualisation solutions the longest. As such, perhaps they are the most aware that an enterprise desktop strategy isn't about delivering a single solution. A solution needs to be flexible enough to present a variety of services to a range of devices.…

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Desktop Virtualization in 2012 – Part 2

December 12, 2011
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In part one I looked at the overall macro trends in the desktop virtualization market, now in part two I want to look at what to expect from key vendors and vendors: Microsoft, Citrix, VMware, and AppSense as well as product groups such as thing client and storage vendors. All with an eye to Desktop…

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