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  • A first look at Virtual Bridges VERDE

    Since Virtual Bridges VERDE didn't quite make the cut for the Geek Week: VDI Shootout that we're doing in a few weeks, I thought I'd take a look at them on the side. You may have heard that IBM chose VERDE as the core technology for their...
    Gabe Knuth on February 25, 2010 : 9 comments , 13,037 views
  • Confirmed: VMware buys every part of RTO Software except what they owe Citrix. Here's our full analysis.

    A few weeks ago, I wrote an article about the fact that Symantec had suddenly stopped selling their Workspace Profiles product which they OEM'ed from RTO Software. I wondered why this was, and suggested that perhaps it was because Symantec competitor...
    Brian Madden on February 24, 2010 : 22 comments , 17,089 views
  • Windows Server 2008 RDS CALs and App-V licensing: is App-V now free?

    Can you get App-V 4.6 for free with Terminal Services / Remote Desktop Session Hosts?  Read on...

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    Tim Mangan on February 23, 2010 : 8 comments , 29,325 views
  • Microsoft releases App-V 4.6. Will this unlock your virtual potential?

    Yesterday Microsoft released a new version of their application virtualization solution: App-V 4.6. In this article, Ruben Spruijt explains why application virtualization is the way to GO and what the new features of App-V 4.6 are (including the functionality...
    Ruben Spruijt on February 23, 2010 : 3 comments , 17,017 views
  • Desktop virtualization and the power of App-V and Windows 7

    Many organizations are on the verge of revamping their existing workstation concept or even replacing them altogether. Windows 7 is therefore a logical realization for many organizations. With the most recent virtualization solutions, the ‘classic’...
    Ruben Spruijt on February 22, 2010 : 1 comments , 23,529 views
  • The difference between Microsoft's "in box" VDI solution and their "VDI Suite"

    A few months ago I blogged about the irony of the Microsoft VDI Suite bundle marketed for "lower complexity" environments, while the bundle itself consists of several different and completely unrelated Microsoft products--and hooking them all...
    Brian Madden on February 22, 2010 : 6 comments , 13,360 views
  • Choosing the right App-V delivery model

    Organizations who move towards Microsoft Application Virtualization often wonder what the best delivery infrastructure is for their environment. In the days of SoftGrid there was only one way of delivering your virtual applications to the end-user: you...
    Jeroen van de Kamp's Blog on February 19, 2010 : 3 comments , 16,557 views
  • Exclusive: Brian Madden's video interview with Citrix Desktop CTO Harry Labana

    Last week I interviewed Citrix's desktop CTO Harry Labana. Like VMware's desktop CTO Scott Davis (who I interviewed yesterday ), Harry's also only been on the job about six months. We talked about Harry's background and how how got to...
    Videos on February 17, 2010 : 18 comments , 9,266 views
  • Exclusive: Brian Madden's video interview with VMware Desktop CTO Scott Davis

    Last week I sat down with VMware's desktop CTO Scott Davis ( blog | twitter ) for an hour to discuss VMware's desktop strategy. Scott joined VMware three years ago, although he's only been in the desktop CTO role for about six months. In this...
    Videos on February 16, 2010 : 27 comments , 9,087 views
  • Out now: New VRC paper "TS on next-gen hypervisors and hardware"

    Wow, this took a little longer than expected. No.. actually this actually took a lot longer. Ruben Spruijt and I can finally announce the official release of the Project VRC Phase II white paper. This is the biggest release so far and is now available...
    Jeroen van de Kamp's Blog on February 16, 2010 : 5 comments , 5,015 views
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