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Will deploying Microsoft Office in VDI cost you dearly?

March 10, 2010
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Both Presentation Virtualisation and Desktop Virtualization can be used to provide a Windows desktop experience and to deliver applications, such as Microsoft Office, not only to desktop hardware that might be older but to non-Windows desktops (e.g. Linux PCs. Apple Macs or Thin Client devices). Both virtualization technologies can help your business centrally manage and…

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Windows MultiPoint Server

March 9, 2010
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Microsoft Windows MultiPoint Server – globally available from March 1, 2010 – is a “shared resource computing solution designed for educational institutions”.  It is a Presentation Virtualization solution based on Windows 2008 server, and sharing codebase with Remote Desktop Server (i.e. the product formerly known as Terminal Services). It is designed to deal with a specific…

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Is a Partnership between VMware and Citrix Possible – or even Desirable?

February 15, 2010
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Let’s start this analysis with a basic question. Is there any rational reason for VMware and Citrix to make peace with each other, and develop the desktop virtualization market in concert with one another instead of in competition with each other? In other words if Citrix were to add its value to the core pieces…

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Presentation Virtualization Solutions Whitepaper

January 29, 2010
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In The Virtualization Practice's new whitepaper - Presentation Virtualisation Solutions - we look to give you a summary of what benefits Presentation Virtualization can bring to your enterprise.

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Is Virtualization Solutions Delivery Fundamentally Changing?

January 15, 2010
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Is Virtualization Solutions Delivery Fundamentally Changing?

It is clear that once virtualization started delivering hard dollar CAPEX and OPEX savings to IT executives that these executives wanted this trend of “more for less” to continue. Most IT organizations are far from 100% virtualized, and there are still substantial cost savings to be gained from further virtualization. However, forward thinking vendors (like…

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Virtual Desktop Clients as the next Mobile Device ‘Killer App’?

January 12, 2010
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Coming out of this holiday season there will be many who got new, more versatile, mobile devices and will want to use them to access information from work. In the nearly 15 years since the introduction of the two way pager, mobile device manufacturers have been trying to build a platform for business applications to…

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2009 – the “Long View”: Hadoop and Cloudera

January 11, 2010
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In the long term, 2009 is likely to be known as the year that a commercial framework emerged around the Open source Hadoop framework for map-reduce.

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Hyper-V: Free or Licensed the Choice is Yours

January 8, 2010
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Hyper-V: Free or Licensed the Choice is Yours

Which is better Hyper-V version deploy for production environments? For a traditional server based virtualization project, it makes financial sense to deploy Datacenter, and this is most likely the case for a hybrid deployment of Server and Desktop devices. However, for raw VDI and Open source deployments, it is obviously more fiscally prudent to utilise…

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2009 In Retrospect

December 31, 2009
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Quite a bit has gone on in our industry in the last year. While this is not intended to be a comprehensive review of all that has occurred, we hope that we have captured the important events that have shaped virtualization and cloud computing.

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