Seven Requirements for Virtual Desktop Success


What do you think are the main ingredients to any successful desktop virtualization project?  Is it application integration methodology? Is it hardware? What about the IT team?  Based on my experience, the top requirements really boils down to a few core items, all of which I've discussed many times in previous blog postings (applications, standards,... Continue Reading →

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This School House Rocks with Virtual Desktops


Imagine an environment where: The endpoints are over 5 years old Users' personal computers are state of the art Applications have not been patched in over one year Each office has different configurations, although they should be identical These are some of the challenges with one particular environment: the ABC School District. This particular school... Continue Reading →

I’m working when I’m Idle


I'm working when I'm idle, well from my desktop's perspective that is the case.  We all know that when a desktop starts, when a user logs on, when a user is working and when a user logs off that user has an impact on the system resources: CPU, Memory and Disk.  When the user is... Continue Reading →

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