The Netgear ReadyNAS OS 6.7 desktop storage operating system safeguards data through five levels of defence, ReadyCLOUD flexible file sharing, and ReadyDR block-level backup and disaster recovery.
Windows 10 continues its worldwide influence, now running on 300 million active devices worldwide. Free upgrades are available until 29 July.
Occupational injury management practice Injury Treatment selected ITonCloud to manage its cloud infrastructure and desktop applications for 300 users across 37 offices.
BlackBerry has announced significant upgrades to its enterprise software portfolio, enhancing BES12 — its multi-OS EMM solution — with integrated management capabilities for its Good Dynamics and WatchDox products.
Desktop virtualisation is becoming increasingly commonplace in Australian organisations. Once you’ve determined that it’s the right approach for your organisation, how do you decide what’s needed to support virtual desktops from your data centre? Stephen Withers explains.
The Cisco Desktop Virtualisation Solution with Citrix XenDesktop combines Cisco unified computing and Citrix desktop virtualisation technologies including FlexCast and HDX for hosting, securing and optimising the delivery of virtual desktops and applications.
The infrastructure for vastly improved desktop management is being rolled out right now. It’s client-side virtualisation and it looks just like a nice new PC, says Citrix Systems’ Peter Brockhoff as he explains the technical details.
The Onyx-2122 slim medical panel PC, with Intel Core 2 Duo processors, can simultaneously execute two computing tasks delivering performance improvement when compared to systems running traditional single-core processors.
The Citrix XenApp 6 software centralises applications in the data centre and delivers them as an on-demand service to both physical and virtual desktops. The software, combined with XenDesktop 4, enables the mainstream adoption of desktop virtualisation.
This is the year that desktop virtualisation comes into its own.
Once-doubtful users can easily be swayed to virtual desktop infrastructure's (VDI) myriad benefits, if the technology is presented to them the right way. The aim is to make VDI as good for users as physical desktops or even better.
HP has announced what it claims is the first virtual desktop infrastructure solution for under US$1000 per user seat. The Virtual desktop infrastructure is a server-based computing model that gives users a PC desktop experience, while securing all applications, management and processing in the data centre. The HP Virtual Desktop Reference Architecture for VMware View specifically addresses the performance bottlenecks and management complexities of other offerings.
Citrix has released the Citrix HDX which its claims will bolster its ability to deliver high-definition information via virtual desktops to professional graphics users in industries such as manufacturing, engineering and graphic design, and architecture.
The latest revision of Microsoft's Terminal Services has made it easier to manage virtual desktops.
VMware View 3 allows organisations to ‘decouple’ a desktop from specific physical devices.