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Off you go! A story of moving out my devtest VM

This article is intended for people who like to play with their laptops at home, taking advantage of the CPU‘s virtualization capabilities therefore firing up several VMs. 435 more words


Flash Comes Down to Earth: High-performance Storage Goes Mainstream

By KK Krishnakumar — Vice President and Chief IT Architect, EMC IT

Flash storage is getting decidedly more flashy these days. The once exclusive and expensive, high-performance storage technology is staking out an increasingly mainstream storage footprint across the current data environment. 735 more words


VMware App Volumes Design Methodology

Though I do enjoy working with Unidesk when deploying virtual desktops, its inevitable that at some point, I’ll deploy applications to virtual desktops using VMware App Volumes.   704 more words


What is Shadow IT? - and why you should care

“Shadow IT” is a name for the process that occurs when users self-select IT services, signing up for cloud-based services without the knowledge or approval of the IT organization. 819 more words


DaaS vs. VDI: College group opts for cloud simplicity

One college group in need of a desktop infrastructure refresh found sending workspaces to the cloud instead of implementing VDI was its best bet.

One college consortium in need of a desktop infrastructure refresh weighed DaaS versus VDI, and found the benefits of cloud desktops far outweighed those of virtual desktops. 485 more words


Top seven most griped about VDI challenges

VDI isn’t easy to stand up and deploy, and a lot of people have complaints about it: It’s too complex, it costs too much, performance stinks and admins are hard to find. 125 more words


Gartner Names X1 A Cool Vendor In Endpoint Computing, 2015

It is always gratifying to receive market recognition for your products.  At X1, there is major momentum around the X1 Search Virtual product that enables desktop search in virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), without the need for Windows indexing (which chews up a lot of VDI resources).  252 more words