SMB Virtualization

SMB Virtualization focuses on delivering the benefits of virtualization to SMB’s, and SME’s in a cost effective and easy to manage manner. SMB Virtualization covers all aspects for virtualization for the SMB or SME starting with hardware and working up the virtualization stack.|SMB Virtualization includes use of the technologies that allowed bursting into the cloud for small organizations as well as other cloud services that an SMB or SME could use to perform business operations within virtual or cloud environments. SMB Virtualization concentrates on the smaller scale organizations but while planning for those organizations to grow.

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    Windows 2012 Hyper-V – The Hypervisor for your Cloud? Part I

    November 15, 2012
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    Windows 2012 Hyper-V – The Hypervisor for your Cloud? Part I

    In this first installment looking at the features of Microsoft Hyper-V 2012 features compared to VMware vSphere 5.1 and XenServer 6.0 we consider how Hyper-V is priced, scalability and performance and storage.

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    Data Protection for Free: What are the Limits

    November 12, 2012
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    It is possible to get data protection for your virtual and cloud environments for free today, but there are are often limits. Trialware as it is called provides just enough of a taste for the data protection tool to convince you to buy the versions with more capabilities. However, for the SMB, the free versions…

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    Citrix Remote PC: VDI complexity solved, or a kick start to a VDI project?

    October 31, 2012
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    Delivering VDI can be an expensive and time consuming undertaking. Especially when the business case is limited to remote access. There are solutions allowing remote access to a desktop/laptop device: Citrix's own GoToMyPC has competition from the likes of LogMeIn, Teamviewer, TightVNC and YuuGuu. However, there is always concern about introducing such solutions in terms…

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    News: Browsium Catalyst Multi-browser Management Tool Released to Beta

    October 26, 2012
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    Browsium Catalyst

    While multi-browser environments are often needed to address compatibility and security problems, they come with several management challenges. Browsium are developing Catalyst to allow the most compatible and secure browser for each website on every PC in an organization to be centrally managed. A free beta trial is available.

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    Liquidware Labs ProfileUnity v5.2: does it out sense AppSense or haze Mirage?

    October 25, 2012
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    DesktopVirtualization

    ProfileUnity FlexApp is capable of presenting organisations with a comprehensive user environment management solution encompassing both user virtualization and a virtualized software distribution system. v5.2 adds user rights elevation, machine settings support and profile migration reporting. How does ProfileUnity stand against key competitors in the market with this new release?

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    vSTAC R2, Pivot3′s Next Generation VDI Appliance – the sub-$200 desktop virtual desktop is here?

    October 12, 2012
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    DesktopVirtualization

    Pivot3 have made vStac R2 simpler to implement, more scalable and drive further savings than its predecessor. Headline features include utilising VMware View Storage Accelerator allowing reduced hardware costs, performance increases with more memory and updated processors allowing greater VM density, and networking options that can enable adoption by a wider SMB market. With vStac…

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    News: AppSense DataNow: Anywhere data access that starts in the enterprise

    August 31, 2012
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    DataNow Essentials is now available. DataNow allows you to integrate with what is already there, with no need to provision more storage or migrate data, thus keeping cost and complexity low and speeding deployment time, and avoids cloud or storage vendor lock-in. Datanow is available to existing customers of AppSense's user virtualization product suite free…

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    OnLive – bad management, or an example of DaaS immaturity?

    August 24, 2012
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    DesktopVirtualization

    Could OnLive have succeeded? Were they doomed to failure to failure before the off? What are the key questions you should be looking to have answered from your DaaS service provider? It is said that OnLive give an example how-not-to-do DaaS. DaaS is viewed as an upcoming market - is there a wider lesson to…

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    Windows Intune 3.0 Microsoft Cloud-based Device Management – More Than Just a Curiosity

    July 30, 2012
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    DesktopVirtualization

    Initial released in March 2011 at the Microsoft Management Summit 2011 in Las Vegas, Windows Intune was Microsoft's first toe in the water of cloud-based management services for business desktops. Initial designed to appeal to small to medium-sized companies with up to 500 desktops, it offered a minimal feature set with just the bare bones…

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