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Time to Grow Your Desktop as a Service?

See If It Makes Sense for Your Organization

by Kevin O'Connor | 09.14.16

One of the benefits of a VDI/DaaS for organizations is that data is never saved locally to devices. For mobile devices/laptops that can suddenly turn up missing, information can’t be compromised, because it is only displayed as pixels on a screen. The very nature of remote data/local presentation inherent to VDI/DaaS is especially valuable if there is a failure to a desktop or other device. Because end users can access their virtual desktop from another device, they can be more productive—especially in the architectural and construction field—where mobility can be of significant value.

Tags:ConnectionDaaSLaptopsMobile devicesROITechnologyVDIVirtual desktop

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Windows 10 and VDI: Time to Rethink Your Desktop Strategy

Four Important Steps to Your VDI Deployment

by Rick Sabarese | 01.28.16

Unlike versions past, Windows 10 is being touted for many things—from new mobile device management (MDM) and data protection features to helping enterprises better handle BYOD to across-the-board usability enhancements, including a major tweak to the Start menu and the addition of Cortana, Microsoft's popular digital assistant.

Tags:BYODMicrosoftMobile Device ManagementVDIVDI DeploymentVirtual desktop

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Drive the Cost and Complexity from Your Data Center

With VMware End-User Computing

by Tony Dancona | 09.11.15

I'm really excited, because VMware recently made a number of acquisitions to boost its end-user computing portfolio—from cloud-based virtual desktops to AirWatch for managing your devices to App Volumes for simplifying desktop management by managing the apps. These are all great new offerings that will empower IT to quickly and easily deliver a desktop to the end user and help drive the cost and complexity from your data center. Let me explain how.

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Simplify IT

With VMware Workspace

by Tony Dancona | 07.20.15

Today, I want to shine the spotlight on VMware Workspace. With Workspace, all of your apps, all your file content, virtual desktop, and apps from all different places can now exist in one location—and you can easily access them by logging into an HTML browser. Workspace is simply a great tool where end users can easily access corporate files and applications in one central place.

Workspace is customizable, which means administrators can make it reflect everything about your brand. Your color, even your logo can be customized. And this is just the beginning. Read on to learn about other key VMware Workspace features.

Tags:ITMicrosoft Office 365Office 365RDSHSaaSSAMLSoftwareVirtual desktopVMware

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Migration Essentials

Set Goals and Benefits for Your Windows Server 2012 Upgrade

by Ron Richards | 02.25.15

Attempting to move to Microsoft Windows Server 2012 from Windows Server 2003 without clear goals and benefits in mind can be a costly mistake. Lenovo offers the following best practice recommendations to optimize your server migration.

Tags:Active DirectoryAzureHardwareITLenovoMobilityOn-premisesROIServer migrationStreamlined ManagementVirtual desktopVirtualizedVPNWANWindows Server 2003Windows Server 2012