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  • Optimize Storage Fast with VMware Virtual SAN!

    By Jessica Flohr, Technical Writer and Editor, End-User Computing, VMware; Donal Geary, Reference Architecture Engineer, Desktop Virtualization, VMware; and Wade Holmes, Senior Technical Marketing Architect, Software-Defined Storage, VMware VMware vSphere5...
    VMware End User Computing on July 25, 2014 : 0 comments , 26 views
  • Brian answers the BriForum "What would you ask Brian?" questions

    BriForum 2014 Boston just wrapped up. One of the cool things we did this year was to include the following questions on the registration form: If you had a chance to ask Brian Madden one question at BriForum regarding desktop or application virtualization...
    Brian Madden on July 25, 2014 : 1 comments , 448 views
  • Migrate to Windows 7 or 8.1 at 20% off!

    By Sachin Sharma, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, End-User Computing I’m still shocked with the number of PCs that continue to run Windows XP as their primary operating system. We all know Microsoft end of support for Windows XP took effect a few months...
    VMware End User Computing on July 24, 2014 : 0 comments , 35 views
  • Splunk App Development Tips – Working with Splunk

    This is a collection of useful tips and resources for developing Splunk apps. For an explanation of the available app types please see my earlier article on the topic. Splunk Search References and Guides Splunk publishes two excellent resources for learning...
    Helge Klein on July 24, 2014 : 0 comments , 32 views
  • Say Bonjour to 3D Graphics Enabled Virtual Desktops for Computer Labs

    by Geoffrey Murase, Solutions Marketing, End-User Computing I recently went to Ottawa, Canada to meet with VMware customer, La Cite, the largest French community college in Ontario with over 5,000 students and faculty. They offer a wide variety of programs...
    VMware End User Computing on July 22, 2014 : 0 comments , 81 views
  • How to link Azure RemoteApp to an existing VNET

    My name is Daniel Campos, and I am a program manager intern on the RemoteApp team. On May 12 th , we announced the availability of the preview for the Microsoft Azure RemoteApp Service. Some of our customers asked for more information on how to connect...
    Terminal Services Team Blog on July 21, 2014 : 0 comments , 58 views
  • New VMware Safe Passage Program Offers Customers Great Products, Incentives and Migration Tools for Move from Existing Solutions

    By Erik Frieberg, VP of Marketing, End-User Computing, VMware Today, VMware is introducing a brand new program called Safe Passage, an initiative that makes it easy for organizations to migrate from their existing desktop virtualization, application delivery...
    VMware End User Computing on July 21, 2014 : 0 comments , 83 views
  • BriForum 2014 Boston kicks off today!

    Hello from Boston where we're a few hours away from our 16th BriForum (in our tenth year). A few notes for those attending: The welcome address starts at 9:00. Visit briforum.com/quiz to qualify for the Geek Out (which will take place tomorrow night)...
    Brian Madden on July 21, 2014 : 0 comments , 1,395 views
  • ExpressRoute + ASR = Efficient DR solution

    Microsoft recently announced the availability of Azure ExpressRoute which enabled our customers to create a private connection between their on-premises to Microsoft Azure. This ensured that the data to Azure used an alternate path to the internet where...
    Windows Virtualization Team Blog on July 20, 2014 : 0 comments , 50 views
  • Powwow extends their Windows app-refactoring solution to the iPhone

    You might remember Powwow from an article that Brian wrote back in May as they emerged from stealth mode. They re-factor Windows and web applications for use on iOS devices without any modifications to the application source code. Thus far, the solution...
    Gabe Knuth on July 18, 2014 : 4 comments , 2,906 views
  • Azure Site Recovery adds InMage Scout to Its Portfolio for Any Virtual and Physical Workload Disaster Recovery

    Azure Site Recovery with Hyper-V Replica already supports the ability to set up disaster recovery between your two Windows Server 2012+ Hyper-V data centers, or between your Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V data center and Microsoft Azure. Recently we acquired...
    Windows Virtualization Team Blog on July 17, 2014 : 0 comments , 67 views
  • Apple and IBM: Here’s the huge downside that nobody’s talking about.

    As you’re no doubt aware, this week Apple and IBM announced an exclusive partnership to create enterprise apps for iOS devices, built on IBM’s services. That’s big news that a lot of people are rightly excited about, but what happens...
    Jack Madden on July 17, 2014 : 2 comments , 5,360 views
  • At VMworld: To EUC or Not to EUC? There is No Question

    By Ben Goodman, Lead Evangelist, End-User Computing This is the first in a series of blog posts on how End-User Computing (EUC) enthusiasts like yourself can get the most out of VMworld which is just around the corner – kicking off on August 24th in San...
    VMware End User Computing on July 16, 2014 : 0 comments , 104 views
  • The two not much mentioned components in a PVS High Available infrastructure

    Just as almost every product and solution PVs can be set-up and configured so the PVS infrastructure is high available. Within the PVS infrastructure there are several components related to the High Availability of PVS. Some of these components like PXE...
    Wilco van Bragt on July 16, 2014 : 0 comments , 63 views
  • Splunk App Development Tips – Which App Type to Choose

    When you start with developing apps for Splunk the first big question you hit is a bit unexpected: which technology do you work with, which app type do you choose? A bit confusingly Splunk offers three different (and largely incompatible) app stacks:...
    Helge Klein on July 16, 2014 : 0 comments , 66 views
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