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Published By: SimpliVity     Published Date: Jan 07, 2016
There’s no denying that hyperconverged infrastructure is hot right now, promising to dramatically shift the way infrastructure is procured, deployed and managed. But questions remain. Is it actually addressing the real-world concerns faced by real-world customers? What are the catalysts driving organizations to evaluate hyperconvergence and are they finding that the results match the hype when they actually do deploy? Get the fast facts from this SimpliVity eBook based on research from ActualTech Media, segmented and re-analyzed just for EMEA.
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desktop virtualisation, cloud computing, cloud management, networking, data center
    
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Published By: Kaspersky Lab Australia and New Zealand     Published Date: Jun 09, 2016
This white paper explains the benefits of using Kaspersky Security for Virtualization and its Light Agent technology.
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security application, virtualisation, security, kaspersky, security solutions
    
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Published By: AppSense     Published Date: Oct 06, 2011
Research carried out with readers of The Register tells us that virtualisation has permeated into the consciousness of the mainstream IT user and buyer community. However, as we move from x86 server to desktop virtualisation we find varying levels of understanding. 'Desktop virtualisation' can be taken to mean client partitioning, 'traditional' Windows Terminal or Citrix-based thin client activity or virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI).
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freeform dynamics, technology, user virtualization, devic-centric computing, data
    
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Published By: AppSense     Published Date: Oct 06, 2011
Significant differences exist in uptake of the different flavours of desktop virtualisation, for example in VDI the shared-server approach is more prevalent than 'one server per client'. It is likely that more organisations will seek the economies of scale offered by the shared server approach than those looking at the one server per desktop approach to deliver 'higher performance' desktops. However, there will be situations where centralising the management and other operational elements of a desktop estate by employing a one server per desktop approach are appropriate.
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appsense, user, virtualization, data center, desktop management, technology
    
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