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Virtual-Q today announced the general availability of the ‘Q’, a new hosted desktop solution that enables organizations to significantly reduce their computing overhead and the costs associated with individual user workstations – including application delivery.
Trend Micro announced today it is broadening its virtualization security portfolio to enable enterprises to fully leverage the benefits of their desktop infrastructures. Trend Micro’s strategy for desktop virtualization is comprehensive in terms of protection technologies, flexible in terms of deployment scenarios and proven, having been on the market securing virtual desktop environments and enabling maximum ROI since 2009.
Parallels, the worldwide leader in automation and virtualization software, announced that Parallels Desktop Upgrade to Windows 7 is available today at Parallels.com and Amazon, and will be available at retail stores starting on May 31.
Wyse Technology and Citrix Systems, Inc., announced Wyse Xenith, the industry’s first zero client with Citrix HDX technology, fundamentally changing the user experience and economics of desktop computing for office-based workers.
McAfee and Citrix announced a strategic partnership and collaboration agreement to make virtual desktop security simpler and more scalable for large enterprise deployments. The collaboration between the two leaders in security and virtualization will enable Citrix XenDesktop customers to extend management of desktop security to virtual environments using the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator platform.
Devon IT, Inc., a provider of thin client hardware and software solutions, today announced plans to develop and sell a new, low-cost zero client desktop device specifically designed to support Microsoft RemoteFX.
HP today expanded its client virtualization offerings for businesses to help reduce the costs and complexity of client desktop virtualization while improving the user experience.
Wyse Technology, the global leader in thin computing and desktop virtualization, today announced that Leon Medical Centers have completed the first stage of their migration to a major desktop virtualization IT infrastructure to support clinicians, nurses, and administrators in delivering high quality, affordable healthcare services in the Miami, Florida area.