Brian & Gabe LIVE #23: Wyse, Dell, SPLA for Windows 7, OnLive, and Consumerization Nation, Jack and Colin's new show - Brian & Gabe LIVE - BrianMadden.com
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Brian & Gabe LIVE #23: Wyse, Dell, SPLA for Windows 7, OnLive, and Consumerization Nation, Jack and Colin's new show

Written on Apr 10 2012 7,000 views, 2 comments

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by Brian Madden

We had two guests today. Jeff McNaught from Wyse stopped by to discuss their acquisition by Dell, and we also had Erik Westhovens on to talk about SPLA licenses and how he's approaching VDI hosting with his customers.

Here's the full run-down of the show:

Video:

Part 1: Jeff McNaught of Wyse stops by to talk about being acquired by Dell and a big announcement

Part 2: Erik Westhovens jumps in to talk about OnLive and Microsoft's lack of SPLA on Windows 7

Part 3: Gabe discusses Microsoft User Environment Virtualization (UE-V)

Part 4: Jack's new consumerization show and mobile device management 

 
 




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Mads Soerensen wrote re: Brian & Gabe LIVE #24: Wyse, Dell, SPLA for Windows 7, OnLive, and Consumerization Nation, Jack and Colin's new show
on Wed, Apr 11 2012 2:04 AM Link To This Comment

Just a small hint, you can tweek the XenDesktop agent to run on Windows Server 2008 R2. - My DaaS test envoriment is right now compliant with MS SPLA and MS Office 365 - we will hopefully soon launch a fully compliant cloud desktop. :-)

Denis Gundarev wrote re: Brian & Gabe LIVE #24: Wyse, Dell, SPLA for Windows 7, OnLive, and Consumerization Nation, Jack and Colin's new show
on Wed, Apr 11 2012 2:21 AM Link To This Comment

@Mads - what about Citrix EULA compliance? (i'm not asking about vendor support, of course it's not supported)

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