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Bring Your Own Computer Model to Reinvent the Corporate PC?

February 5, 2010
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Can your businesses increase productivity and save money by implementing a Bring your own Computer (BYOC) program? Are there benefits in giving staff a free choice of PC technology (be that a Windows, Mac, Linux, or other devices - perhaps even an iPad) if you give them a cash allowance to purchase and use their…

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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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XenDesktop 4 Too Expensive?

October 8, 2009
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XenDesktop's initial marketing placement caused confusion, the latest release gives a greater flexibility and introduces new innovation. The latest release better provides for a flexible VDI offering - allowing access to XenApp technologies in one per named user license. Yet, depending on your environment - this can be at a hefty cost, massively increasing the…

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Hail the Microsoft RDS CAL-more than just a renamed TS CAL

September 9, 2009
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The Microsoft TS CAL has become the Microsoft RDS CAL. The change is not only in name, but in functionality and price. The most important new offering is the inclusion of an App-V license. This will make introducing Application Virtualization in Presentation Server more cost effective and may also impact on the choice of Application…

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Is Presentation Virtualization Yesterday’s Technology?

August 28, 2009
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How does Terminal Services compare to Hosted Desktops, when you compare TS vs VDI is there a winner? While some may say Presentation Virtualization is yesterday's technology, Presentation Virtualization is undoubtedly for today and indeed, many tomorrows.

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