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Privilege Authority

Privilege Authority lets administrators establish what aspects of Windows users can manage without making them local Admins. By defining...

March 24, 2011 By ScriptLogic

Microsoft Win8 server, Citrix-Dell to debut next-gen VDI solutions

Windows 8 Server will offer three Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) options: Pooled Desktops, Personal Desktops, and Remote Desktop Sessions (formerly Terminal Services). Meanwhile, Citrix-Dell will ship this spring a turnkey VDI-In-A-Box. Gartner Group says next gen Personal Cloud will replace PC desktop by 2014

March 13, 2012 by

Windows 8 To Go: businesses should start here and now

Today, Microsoft is releasing a Consumer Preview version of Windows 8, but don't be misled by the "Consumer" name. This is a beta of what will eventually become a major platform in business computing, with WinRT, and it's therefore an essential download for any company that has an IT infrastructure.

February 29, 2012 by

Virtual Computer offers free NxTop licenses to server-hosted VDI users

Virtual Computer wants users of server-hosted virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) to know about what it thinks is a better way to offer secure, managed Windows desktop environments, the use of Intelligent Desktop Virtualization (IDV.) Virtual Computer feels so strongly that IDV is a better approach that is it offering free NxTop licenses as a way to introduce the concept to IT decision-makers.

October 27, 2011 by

Huawei eyes move into Windows Phone handsets

The Chinese infrastructure and handset giant will 'probably' follow its rival ZTE into the Windows Phone business in 2012, Huawei's chief marketing officer said while detailing the company's 'cloud-pipe device' strategy

May 27, 2011 by

Construction firm AGC in IT renaissance

Perth-based fabrication, construction and services company AGC has gone through an extensive overhaul of its technology infrastructure over the past year that has seen — among other things — a number of Windows 95 PCs finally phased out and the latest network, storage, datacentre, desktop and telephony technology installed.

December 5, 2010 by

School details Windows 7 migration

Uniting Church school St Leonard's College has in the past few months completed a sizable desktop migration to Microsoft's new flagship operating system Windows 7, in a roll-out that also saw its supporting server infrastructure switched from Novell NetWare to Windows Server 2008 R2.

March 17, 2010 by

Pano Logic Pano System 2.8

An excellent choice for enterprise-scale virtual desktop deployments, Pano System includes a zero-footprint thin client, a connection broker and remote-access server software.

March 8, 2010 by

Shiny, shiny, shiny

If you’re impressed by shiny little boxes you’ll love Pano System, a VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) solution from Pano Logic, which features a unique “zero client” device in the form of a glossy three inch metal cube.Unlike traditional thin clients, designed to work with Windows Terminal Services, the tiny Pano Device has no CPU, memory or any kind of local storage.

November 30, 2009

RIM and Google: The Perfect Storm?

A "Perfect Storm": The Linux-based Android OS, and tight integration with Google's web services, running on  BlackBerry hardware and connected to RIM's corporate messaging/calendar syncing infrastructure would be an unstoppable mobile enterprise device platform that not even Apple's iPhone, Windows Mobile or Palm webOS could dare to challenge. But could the marriage ever be consummated?

May 27, 2009 by

Microsoft shows off file classification in Windows Server 2008 R2

Microsoft execs didn't totally skip over Windows 7's big brother, Windows Server 2008 R2 (a k a Windows 7 Server), on opening day of TechEd 2009. Microsoft also spent part of its Monday keynote showing off some Windows Server 2008 R2 capabilities that are new to the Release Candidate test build, including file-classification infrastructure support.

May 11, 2009 by

Microsoft caught flat-footed by Windows 7 download rush

On April 30, Microsoft was slated to make the Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC) available to testers with subscriptions to MSDN, TechBeta and TechNet. But just like happened with the Beta in January, demand overwhelmed the Microsoft infrastructure. All seems to be working now, however.

April 30, 2009 by

Red Dog: Can you teach old Windows hounds new tricks?

What led Microsoft -- a company that has spent a good part of the past decade-plus protecting the Windows franchise at the expense of the Web -- to finally create an infrastructure that would support not just Windows developers, but also Web programmers?

February 22, 2009 by

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