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Brian & Gabe LIVE #25: Immidio's Rodney Medina joined us and we talk about Microsoft licensing and Windows RT

Written on Apr 24 2012
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by Brian Madden

Happy Tuesday! Today we welcomed Rodney Medina on Brian & Gabe LIVE. Rodney is a Microsoft MVP, BriForum speaker, and expert on App-V and user profile virtualization. He's currently the CTO of Immidio Software.

Our topics included:

 

  • Microsoft's User Experience Virtualization (UE-V)
  • Immidio Flex
  • Windows RT (WOA)
  • Microsoft's plan (or lack thereof) on tablets
  • Microsoft Licensing
  • Active Directory in the cloud

Video:

Part 1: Rodney Medina drops in to talk about Microsoft UE-V and Immidio

Part 2: Rodney Medina gives his thoughts on Windows RT

Part 3: We discuss how clueless Microsoft's new licensing and tablets strategy is

Part 4: Brian is convinced Active Directory is dead

 
 




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Mads Soerensen wrote re: Brian & Gabe LIVE #25: Immidio's Rodney Medina joined us and we talk about Microsoft licensing and Windows RT
on Tue, Apr 24 2012 3:50 PM Link To This Comment

Is it just here in Denmark that the rumors are about Office 15 will only be released as an App-V packaged?

Microsoft will properly won't be allowed to release Windows with Office integrated, at least not here in Europe :)

Also think OaaS when you think of Office on the Windows RT - I think there is a reason way Microsoft has redesigned the App-V core. ;-)

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