Another vendor has thrown its hat into the enterprise virtualization ring. This one is red.
VMware has released an update to Fusion, the company's desktop virtualization solution for Mac OS X.
Microsoft released a beta of Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V), which lets users run older OSes and applications on newer Windows systems.
Abstracting user "personality" is an important consideration in pooled resource VDI deployments. Here's how one start-up is looking to capitalize.
Sun Microsystems recently released the latest version of its desktop virtualization software, xVM VirtualBox.
VMware makes a play for mobile market share.
eG Innovations takes on the daunting challenge of VM performance monitoring.
Citrix Systems' XenDesktop is a state-of-the-art product for hosted desktop virtualization and may be the gold standard by which other products are judged in a feature-for-feature comparison. Here's a look at the capabilities, options and feature sets available with this product, as well as how to install, set up and configure it in the data center.
Will desktop PCs in their current incarnation fade from view as they become increasingly virtualized?
RDP lags behind ICA in terms of the VDI user experience. But HP intends to narrow the gap for its client virtualization offerings.
Microsoft server and tools exec Bob Kelly told an investment banker audience how Microsoft plans to take advantage of opportunities in the enterprise IT market.
Integration with XenApp and XenDesktop expected to be available early next year.
Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), also known as desktop virtualization or hosted desktop, is typically used to move Windows desktop environments into a datacenter, where they reside on a server and are "pushed" out to end users.
VMware rolled out the centerpiece of its virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) strategy today, with the release of VMware View 3.
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