The desktop is an application

Had a brief discussion on twitter the other day where people (@simoncrosby, @joeshonk, @RichCrusco) were saying that we only need to focus on delivering applications and NOT a Windows 7 desktop. I completely disagree. In fact, we should be treating the desktop interface as an application. Of course the desktop-haters immediately came out saying "No,... Continue Reading →


When is RDS/XenApp not enough?

When working on desktop transformation designs, many start with the VDI (personal) model. I tend to go for the RDS (Shared) model. There are many reasons why, but mainly it is because Scalability: Most agree that a shared desktop environment achieves better scalability than personal desktop environments. Storage: Due to the shared operating system, the... Continue Reading →

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