Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) has long been hailed as the capability we should all be using.
I'm not one to spout my own opinions or predictions.
Cisco strengthens partnership with VMware via Desktone technology in Cisco UCS platform.
Greenbytes promises to bring the "personal" experience to the virtual desktop.
VMware shores up Horizon suite solutions by buying desktop-as-a-service company.
The headline of our column isn't our quote, but it certainly caused us to fire a few Cheerios out of our noses when reading it one morning.
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Citrix melds mobile application management technology from recent ZenPrise acquisition into new offering.
VMware announced updates to its Horizon Suite, including a mobile component that provides for enterprise-grade device management.
New innovations like automated tiered storage, thin provisioning, continuous snapshots and remote replication has companies reconsidering VDI.
With Windows 8 on the horizon, the possibilities for virtual desktop infrastructure are becoming more attractive.
User Experience Virtualization 1.0 and Application Virtualization 5.0 now available through MDOP 2012. Also, second service pack for App-V 4.6.
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