Posts Tagged ‘ Microsoft ’

Take it to the Cloud

June 17, 2011
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Everywhere you look you hear more and more about cloud computing as well as hearing one of my favorite lines from a Microsoft commercial “Let’s take it to the Cloud…”. Companies are jumping on the cloud bandwagon in quite a big way. I wanted to point out and mention some stories and services that I…

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Microsoft relaxes licensing rules to elevate its customers to the cloud

June 16, 2011
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Microsoft is making changes to its licensing policies to provide enterprise customers with a fast track to the cloud. The changes dubbed "License Mobility" announced at the Microsoft Hosting Summit in March this year,will move will allow customers with Software Assurance to move their applications to a cloud services provider without paying a premium for…

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DOJ blocks EMC/VMware from acquiring Virtualization Patents from Novell

April 22, 2011
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EMC, the majority owner of VMware, has agreed with the Department of Justice not to acquire 33 Virtualization Patents from Novell as part of a side-transaction in the acquisition of Novell by Attachmate. The Statement from the Department of Justice sheds significant light on the deal that had been struck between Novell and a newly-created…

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Small Business Virtualization: Part 1 – Licensing

April 19, 2011
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VMware and Microsoft approach the Small to Medium companies quite differently, but which product to buy often depends on your business needs vs cost of the products. However, there needs to be at least one major distinction: SMB vs SME. The Small to Medium Business (SMB) is quite a bit different than the growing number…

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Wizard to Unlock SuSE from Microsoft patent Dungeon

April 4, 2011
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The Novell Sale is being positioned to go ahead before the resolution of the Patent issue with the Department of Justice.

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VMware View Client and Citirix Receiver for iPad – truly free of charge?

April 1, 2011
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VMware View users along with Citirix XenDesktop and Quest vWorkspace have an iPad client for their respective solutions. Personal device use may seem appealing in reducing the demands on IT support - but to fully comply with the license agreements can incur additional license charges, and those charges are difficult to manage. Despite the advertising…

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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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Microsoft Windows Thin PC – a solution only a mother could love

February 21, 2011
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Attached as a footnote to last week's big news of Windows 7 SP1 being released to manufacture, Microsoft also announced a new lightweight edition of Windows 7. Windows Thin PC (WinTPC) is in many respects a Windows 7-based update of Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs (WinFLP), a lightweight locked down version of Windows XP SP3…

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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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