Microsoft opens MED-V 2.0 beta to the public

This week Microsoft opened up a public beta of Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) 2.0. So what exactly is MED-V? It's an enterprise management solution that uses Microsoft Virtual PC as a platform in order to provide a localized strategy for desktop virtualization, but with centralized management. It helps to create, deploy, manage, monitor, and control Virtual PC virtual machines in a corporate environment.

VMware Unveils Next Wave of Innovation for Applications and Desktop Virtualization in Horizon 6

VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW), the global leader in virtualization and cloud infrastructure, today announced a new release of VMware Horizon® 6 featuring advanced capabilities...

Ajubeo Selects Desktone to Power New Desktops as a Service (DaaS) Offering

Desktone, Inc., the pioneer of Desktops as a Service (DaaS), today announced that Ajubeo, a national provider of high-performance virtual datacenters and cloud infrastructure-as-a-service...

Teradici Demos PCoIP Optimized Client for Mobile Virtual Desktop Users at CES

Teradici, the developer of the innovative PC-over-IP® (PCoIP®) protocol that enables a true PC experience for desktop virtualization, today announced its participation at the...

Dell Enhances Desktop Virtualization Enterprise Offerings with Unidesk

Dell is enhancing its Desktop Virtualization Solutions (DVS) portfolio with the introduction of DVS Enterprise with Unidesk, helping to make it easier and more...
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Dell Unveils End-to-End Desktop Virtualization Capabilities to Fuel Migration to Cloud

Dell today announced an expansion to its cloud client computing offerings with an array of enhanced end points, storage solutions and reference architectures validated...

VERDE Desktop Virtualization Software Continues Innovation with New Release

Virtual Bridges, the leader in desktop virtualization and originator of VDI, disconnected and branch-office use, today announced the immediate availability of VERDE 4.2. In less than three months since the release of VERDE 4

Government Virtualization Could Save More Than $30 Billion By 2015

Virtualization savings are real – and are expected to grow – but government agencies need to overcome funding uncertainties and other significant barriers to...

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