Desktop Virtualization


vSphere Rakes It In for VMware

Revenue for the virtualization company continues to build on the strength of its hypervisor technology, but there's growing interest in its cloud services.

Moka5 Launches M5 LivePC 'Vanguard'

Vanguard release uses client-side virtualization technology to enable Windows and Macs to run fully configured and secure.

One-Hop E-Mail Migration to the Cloud

Metalogix Email Migrator 3.0 lets you migrate e-mail from any vendor source to any cloud, including Office 365.

Citrix Hosted MobileMail 3.0 Delivers

Get secure e-mail, calendar, and contacts on any mobile device.

VMware's Horizon 6 Unifies End User Computing

The company's sixth generation virtualization platform for unifying end-user computing has competitors taking notice.

Secure Mobile Printing for VMware AirWatch Customers

Keep business data secure when printing from consumer devices.

New VXL Thin Clients for Citrix and VMware Environments

VXL launches new desktop devices: the Xtona J12-z zero client, the Gio-Linux J54 desktop, and the Vtona V200 zero client.

Virtual Desktop Starter Kit Simplifies VDI Testing, Deployments

New tool in preview mode simplifies the process of testing and deploying virtual desktops via RDS.

Dell Drives Move to Virtual Workstations

New resources to help organizations make data-intensive applications virtual.

Antivirus for Virtual Environments - Sans Performance Drag

ThreatTrack VIPRE antivirus deploys directly in Windows Server with Hyper-V.

Fusion-io Speeds VDI Performance

Get drop-in VDI acceleration without storage sprawl.

VMware, Google Take On the VDI World

VMware beefs up its End User Computing plans via a partnership with Google that makes inexpensive Chromebooks hard to pass up as hardware upgrade options for enterprises.

Dell Targets VDI Cost Reductions

Dell Wyse Datacenter for Microsoft VDI and vWorkspace can be targeted for deployments as small as 10 seats and upwards of thousands, for as little as $250 per seat.

Microsoft To Focus on Mobile, Cloud First (Nadella)

Very soon after Satya Nadella was named Microsoft CEO, he laid out the company's vision in a speech before customers, partners and Microsoft employees in which he quickly outlined the company's "mobile first/cloud first" message.

Clouds Form on Microsoft Q2 2014 (And It's a Good Thing)

Microsoft's cloud vision is having a positive impact on the company's financials, according to the latest earnings filing.

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