Virtual desktop management
- August 12, 2009
Desktop managers and server virtualization managers bring a different world view to the job of virtualizing desktops.
- August 05, 2009
If you're new to desktop virtualization, check out free demo videos of 27 vendors from this year's BriForum conference.
- July 29, 2009
By introducing too many desktop virtualization technologies you may end up creating more problems than you solve.
- July 22, 2009
IT shops want more efficient ways to deliver apps and manage end points. There are some promising technologies, but it's still early days and there is no clear vision on how to get the job done.
- July 21, 2009
Does Microsoft want enterprises to roll out new VDI Licenses or Remote Desktop Services?
- July 15, 2009
Microsoft and Citrix make are joining forces that pit their core technologies against VMware.
- 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?
- June 03, 2009
Do you know the difference between application virtualization, isolation and streaming? Find out in this week's column from Brian Madden.
- 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 05, 2009
At Synergy, Citrix announced Citrix Dazzle and Receiver, and also demoed XenClient, the bare metal client hypervisor code-named "Project Independence."
- 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.