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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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Podio Released. Does the social work platform herald the beginning-of-the-end of desktops?

April 8, 2011
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Podio Released. Does the social work platform herald the beginning-of-the-end of desktops?

Podio offers a service that can be readily set-up, customised and deployed: with little IT knowledge - or IT service interaction. You create a workspace, you add applications to that workspace, you invite members of your team (regardless of the fact that your team may extend beyond your organisation) and you start working. if there…

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Desktop Virtualization: How do Wanova offer a Mirage?

December 24, 2010
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Desktop Virtualization: How do Wanova offer a Mirage?

Wanova have developed a Distributed Desktop Virtualization Mirage to solve issues of desktop management with distributed environments, without the need for hypervisors. Their distributed desktop virtualization model should be one you consider in delivering desktop services to your corporate devices.

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Sorting Out “Desktop Virtualization”

December 7, 2010
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Can you use Desktop Virtualization in your organization to improve IT delivery? Desktop Virtualization, as a concept, is straightforward - separate the desktop environment from the physical machine. This gives you benefits in terms of speed of delivery, how you can provide access to mobile and remote workers, how you can ensure security and compliance.

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The Desktop Virtualization Iceberg

October 27, 2010
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The Desktop Virtualization Iceberg

Desktop Virtualization is not an easy undertaking. There - I've said it. "But," you may say, "I take a copy of the desktops I have, I run them on servers in the data-centre. Once that's done, I don't need to update those desktop devices; I can update the virtualized workspace instead far more quickly. The…

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Running Internet Explorer 6 beyond Windows XP

September 14, 2010
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How can you run IE6 in a Windows 7 or a Windows 2008 environment? Looking at how to use desktop and presentation virtualization in comparison to application virtualization to deliver choice and options to your users in the desktop environment

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VMware’s Desktop Strategy – Doubling Down on VDI

September 10, 2010
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VMware has said that is it committed to its Desktop Virtualization Strategy but VMWare's commitment to VDI as the only solution is going to mean that unless you are only going to deploy VDI you’ll likely consider another vendor to help you achieve your goal. There are two desires which are fundamentally in conflict, and…

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Desired End State for the Next Generation Desktop

November 16, 2009
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Enterprises and mid-sized businesses (SME’s) face two significant challenges and opportunities with respect to the end user desktops in the next two years. The first opportunity and challenge is how to replace the aging Windows XP installed base with the recently released Windows 7 platform. The second is how to end up with a desktop…

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Is Desktop Virtualization the Key to an Effective Windows 7 Migration?

September 8, 2009
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Layered operating system, application, personalization, and user data management approaches will be key to the migration to Windows 7 in the enterprise. Vendors like RingCube, MokaFive, Tranxition, Wanova and Unidesk should be investigated along with desktop virtualization initiatives as enterprises migrate to Windows 7.

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