Virtual desktop infrastructure and architecture
- September 18, 2009
A bank says the new features in Citrix Systems XenApp 5 Service Pack 2 will ease desktop management and security updates.
- September 16, 2009
The complexity of virtual desktop infrastructures poses problems for printing. Now products from VMware, Citrix and Microsoft, as well as smaller vendors, can make printing easier.
- August 12, 2009
Desktop managers and server virtualization managers bring a different world view to the job of virtualizing desktops.
- July 01, 2009
There are two ways to run a virtual machine directly on a client device. Columnist Brian Madden sorts out how they might fit into each enterprise.
- June 17, 2009
VDI and WAN connections don't always mix. Fortunately, there are several proven ways to fix this issue.
- June 10, 2009
Microsoft is entering the VDI market with Windows Server 2008 R2. How will competitors like Citrix and VMware react?
- May 13, 2009
Desktop virtualization offers many advantages over traditional desktop computing. Find out how utilizing disk image sharing can help you save big with desktop virtualization.
- May 07, 2009
A year after the release of Citrix XenDesktop, virtual desktops are less of an oddity and instead are being included in more enterprise-strategic plans.
- May 06, 2009
Get to know and understand the four primary desktop virtualization vendors: Citrix, VMware, Symantec and Microsoft.
- May 01, 2009
By allowing virtualization of more Windows backend operations, RingCube hopes WVE 2.0 will woo IT shops into virtualizing more application types.
- April 08, 2009
IT shops with MDOP can now receive the Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization technology, formerly known as Kidaro.
- March 09, 2009
Growing interest in virtual desktops should translate into more enterprise installations starting in 2010, shows an ongoing study of IT managers.
- February 04, 2009
Citrix adds HDX adaptive technology to bring a full PC experience to end users while offering IT managers a standard way to manage virtual machines.
- January 30, 2009
With the release of Windows Server 2008 R2, Microsoft will enhance the underlying protocols of Terminal Services and improve multimedia performance.
- January 28, 2009
Windows Server 2008 R2 will support VDI and Microsoft Terminal Services. Find out if consolidating virtualization technologies will simplify things or create problems.