Posts Tagged ‘ Quest ’

Replication Round-up

September 23, 2011
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Replication Round-up

Whether you use replication as a means of disaster avoidance or disaster recovery, replication of your virtual environment between hot sites has always been a win. With current technology it is even possible to replicate to a replication receiver cloud which could provide a measure of business continuity as well. So who are the players…

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XenApp 6.5: Does Citrix’s Latest Release Leave other Vendors up an Iron Cove without a Paddle?

September 22, 2011
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XenApp 6.5 is Citrix's latest offering of their renowned Presentation Virtualisation (PV) service. Citrix are not alone in updating their feature set. Earlier in 2011 Microsoft introduced SP1 for 2008 enhancing the OS for the core Remote Desktop Services' (RDS) session virtualization service, Ericom released PowerTerm WebConnect 5.7.1, ProPalms updated TSE to 6.5 and Quest…

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News: Virtual Computer Turns VDI on Its Head with NxTop 4

August 30, 2011
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Virtual Computer have redefined virtual desktops delivery with their latest release, NxTop 4. In NxTop4 Virtual Computer have aimed to further improve their client-side hypervisor desktop management solution and to better harness the power of end-point PCs for local execution rather than requiring major investments in virtual machine server farms.

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If Citrix is on a buying spree – should its next purchase be Virtual Computer?

August 16, 2011
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Like a new college student, fresh from the flush of new found freedom to expand their horizons, Citrix appear to have had a case of the munchies. First Citrix's portfolio was extended with the acquitisition of Kaviza. More recently, the purchase of RingCube. The desktop virtualisation techhnologies acquired will help strengthen Citrix's virtualised desktop offering.…

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Does VDI need User Virtualization, or does User Virtualization need VDI?

August 11, 2011
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VMware view to release RTO profile solution. Is this lagging behind Citrix who have bought Ringcube? View now has profile management - but that isn't user virtualisation. Does VDI need User Virtualization, or does User Virtualization need VDI? User Virtualization has the capacity to extend across desktop delivery boundaries because the user workspace, their applications…

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Citrix License RES Reverse Seamless Windows

May 27, 2011
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RES Software confirmed today that it is has signed an agreement with Citrix to license RES’ reverse seamless Windows technology. Citrix confirmed that while it has a license to use RES Virtual Desktop Extender (VDX) it does not intend to integrate RES’ VDX solution into it’s own products. Instead it has taken out the license…

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Quest Buys RemoteScan

May 11, 2011
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Now I have to admit I have always had a bit of a soft spot for RemoteScan, it is one of those venerable SBC add-ons that always made a Citrix deployment easier especially in the Legal market space. That said, I was under the impression that they had disappeared as their marketing machine had been…

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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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What is User Virtualization and is it worth $70 million?

March 17, 2011
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User Virtualization makes your user's information manageable and portable. With User Virtualization the components of a desktop relating to the user are decoupled from the operating system and applications. Goldman Sachs investment is not to gain market share per se, but to allow AppSense to rapidly expand to meet the demand that their product has…

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