Virtual desktop software and vendors
- September 09, 2009
IT shops that upgrade to Windows Server 2008 R2 will get a bonus from Microsoft. The software vendor will include its application streaming technology in the license for free.
- September 09, 2009
Virtual desktops promise to ease management woes but IT managers say they are still vexed by licensing issues, infrastructure needs and sundry hardware and software costs.
- August 31, 2009
Citrix HDX 3D for XenDesktop takes on one of the biggest obstacles for IT managers considering desktop virtualization deployment -- high-end graphics performance.
- August 28, 2009
Wyse Technology's new iPhone app PocketCloud enables IT administrators to access virtual desktops remotely through an Apple iPhone; and more.
- 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 08, 2009
User personalization is crucial for end user acceptance. Columnist Brian Madden warns against taking someone's "real" desktop without giving them back something easy to use.
- 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 03, 2009
Integration with Active Directory, improvements to terminal emulation and better RDP round out the goods.
- February 06, 2009
Hosted virtual desktops can consume storage capacity. New products and technologies have emerged that can dramatically cut storage requirements.
- 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.