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vSphere 5 – Did VMware Misjudge its Licensing Changes?

July 14, 2011
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vSphere 5 – Did VMware Misjudge its Licensing Changes?

Well, as much fun as it is to express outrage at any vendor with the temerity to change its licensing mechanism, VMware's new system isn't as bad as many have made out. Now that the true impact of changes are beginning to be understood saner heads are starting to prevail.

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HP embraces AppSense for Reference Architecture

July 1, 2011
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In a press release on June 29, 2011 AppSense announced that its User Virtualization Platform is now a core building block of HP's new Client Virtualization Reference Architecture. Along with Microsoft, VMware and Citrix, AppSense User Virtualization has been recognized by HP as a crucial technology for a successful architecture that meets the goals for…

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Virsto gets $12 million boost to help push virtualized storage beyond Hyper-V

June 13, 2011
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Virsto announces a $12 million in Series B venture capital funding and acquisition of EvoStor, a company specializing in storage virtualization technology for VMware environments. Virsto hope these factors will combine to help them transform virtual machine storage and move their Virsto Virtual Storage Engine beyond Hyper-V.

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Better late than never. VMware ships iPad Client for View

March 11, 2011
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Six months after its debut appearance at VMworld last September, VMware has finally released its long anticipated VMware View client for the iPad, and it looks as though it was worth the wait.

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Licensing VDI for Microsoft Desktops – is it rocket science?

March 2, 2011
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Licensing VDI for Microsoft Desktops – is it rocket science?

Given all the past ingenuity and accomplishment why is it, in 2011, the mere task of assigning valid licenses to desktop virtualisation should appear an arcane process? How do different virtualization models impact how you license your desktop services? What are the current licensing models and do they apply in all instances of desktop virtualisation?…

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VMware sends mixed message with View 4.6

February 28, 2011
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When VMware first announced that it was going to license Teradici's PCoIP protocol for inclusion in View 4.0, its most visible shortcoming was that VMware did not plan to update the View Security Server at the same time. Setting aside any debate as to the performance characteristics of PCoIP on the WAN, the lack of…

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RES Software Ships Virtual Desktop Extender: standalone reverse seamless now available

February 15, 2011
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RES Virtual Desktop Extender (VDX) is now available as a standalone offering. Priced at $15 / seat RES VDX is an incredibly useful enabler for virtualised desktops. It delivers on improving the user experience and better matching the needs of the user by allowing access to applications they need to use in their workspace.

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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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Desktop Lifecycle Managment and what Novell has to offer

January 14, 2011
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Mainstream virtual desktop solutions have focused their efforts on providing the best platform for hosting virtual desktop environments. Hypervisors, image management, and connection brokers are the top feature sets that companies have looked at during their comparisons. Moving up the stack, these vendors are now focusing on user personalization management, but do not have what…

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