Virtual desktop management
- April 22, 2009
Vendor spin aside, here are the real reasons we are talking about desktop virtualization today.
- April 15, 2009
Picking the right remote display protocol is an important part of every remote-hosted project, be it VDI or terminal server. Fortunately, there are many options.
- April 08, 2009
This week, Brian Madden lays out the categories of desktop virtualization and their differing qualities, including VDI, Terminal Server and OS streaming.
- April 08, 2009
IT shops with MDOP can now receive the Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization technology, formerly known as Kidaro.
- April 02, 2009
Gartner cut the number of virtual desktops expected in 2009. When deployments accelerate, delayed early adopters will pick up where they left off.
- April 01, 2009
Brian Madden kicks off his first column, now a weekly occurrence, by discussing the difference between server virtualization and desktop virtualization.
- 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 24, 2009
IT managers will have a choice between VMware and Citrix when it comes to picking their Intel-supported client hypervisors.
- February 06, 2009
Hosted virtual desktops can consume storage capacity. New products and technologies have emerged that can dramatically cut storage requirements.
- 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.
- January 15, 2009
Virtual desktops are still a new idea to most IT shops. But Microsoft's MED-V is one more tool in the MDOP suite of software.