Posts Tagged ‘ Windows 8 ’

4 Reasons The Calxeda Shutdown Isn’t Surprising

December 27, 2013
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DataCenterVirtualization

The board of Calxeda, the company trying to bring low-power ARM CPUs to the server market, has voted to cease operations in the wake of a failed round of financing. This is completely unsurprising to me, for a few different reasons. Virtualization is more suited to the needs of IT Calxeda’s view of the world…

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Will Microsoft Windows 8 Software Assurance Fix VDI Licensing?

April 19, 2012
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Microsoft100x30

Instead of decisiveness and clarity, Microsoft has led with indecision and confusion. Windows 8 Software Assurance now comes with Windows To Go Use Rights, WindowsRT Virtual Desktop Access Rights, and Companion Device License, three new licensing structures to be tripped up on.

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Microsoft User Experience Virtualization. Can’t you find something more important to do?

April 9, 2012
By
Microsoft100x30

16 years after it introduced roaming profiles with the launch of Windows NT 4.0 Microsoft has decided to give it another go. In a blog post on Wednesday Karri Alexion-Tiernan (Director of Product Management for Microsoft Desktop Virtualization) announced the public beta of two new technologies, a major update to Microsoft App-V and an all…

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Windows 8 – Extending the Desktop to the Mobile World

March 28, 2012
By
DesktopVirtualization

There has been a lot of buzz and coverage about Windows 8 since its consumer preview. There will be some very cool features with this release and one feature that really stands out with me is that Microsoft added an additional supported processor type in that Windows 8 will run on Intel, AMD and now…

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