Posts Tagged ‘ VDI ’

Is VMware moving to Guest based Licensing?

February 3, 2010
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Is VMware moving to Guest based Licensing?

There has been a rumour that VMware circulating that are going to move to a per VM Guest licensing model rather than the traditional Host based licenses. Well it looks like the first move to this has been taken

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SMBs – Desktops in the Cloud, or Symantec Endpoint Virtualization?

February 2, 2010
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Whilst new SMBs may be dabbling with online application suites, the bulk of the established SMB workload, however, is done in desktop applications, typically Microsoft Office, running in various flavours of Windows with a Windows Server. This is definitely not in the cloud, and there are lots of very good reasons why it won’t be,…

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Red Hat’s Spice and VMware View’s PCoiP – aligned against Microsoft

January 27, 2010
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Red Hat’s emerging VDI offering is based on its acquisition of Qumranet in 2008, more specifically a technology known as Spice which is designed to replace RDP and ICA as the protocol between the server and the client. Spice was made Open Source at the end of 2009.

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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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Citrix still at forefront of Mobile Device Access for VDI

January 7, 2010
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Citrix have released an updated version 2 of their Receiver for the iPhone, but if they are to keep ahead of the competition, is delivering VDI access to the all powerful iPhone the best device to grab a CIO's attention with?

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Microsoft Adds Sentillion’s vThere to its Virtualization Portfolio

December 11, 2009
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Microsoft's announcement yesterday of Massachusetts based Sentillion extends its reach into healthcare solutions and added a new component to its virtualization portfolio. Sentillion's vThere is a type-2 hypervisor (hosted virtual machine) built on Parallels virtualization whose strength is in its ability to provide a highly secured desktop image on a normally non-secured solution.

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News: Citrix Releases Revised XenDesktop 4 Licensing

October 20, 2009
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Citrix have announced three important changes to XenDesktop 4 licensing: NEW device-based licensing option; NEW VDI Edition available in both user/device and CCU licensing; NEW Campus-wide Licensing Program for customers in the education industry.

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Enterprise Desktop Strategy – White Paper

October 1, 2009
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Virtual desktop infrastructure solutions present organizations with an alternative for deploying traditional PC desktops. Think that a virtual desktop is going to be the panacea to alleviate your current desktop woes? There is much that needs to be considered before rolling out your first solution. In this analysis I take a look at the necessary…

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Liquidware Labs Creates a new ROI Path for VDI

September 29, 2009
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LiquidWare Labs has announced a new pricing and packaging option for its StratusSphere platform that was specifically designed for Managed Services Providers (MSP’s) who have an existing business managing fat client desktops for large enterprises, and who wish to virtualize all or a part of these desktops. This new offering is called the Managed Virtual…

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