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Non-Persistent AWS Workspaces

AWS WorkSpaces may not be in direct competition with Citrix and VMware at the moment, but the service is growing.  However, one of the main limitations in WorkSpaces is the lack of a non-persistent option.   420 more words


Global Desktop Virtualization Industry Market Research Report 2017


The Global Desktop Virtualization Industry 2017 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Desktop Virtualization industry. 483 more words



This Whitepaper describes how best to deliver modern, usable, high-performing end user computing for any organization. It explores various offerings available around Desktop Virtualization, Desktop Image Management, Application Virtualization, User State virtualization and Cloud offerings that will revolutionize the End User Desktop experience. 10 more words


Storage Testing as Part of Your Storage Refresh Process - Rent or Buy?

An organization tends to review its storage testing capabilities as it starts its next round of storage refresh. Typically they will either do the hard work of assembling a lab that provides a small representation of their production environment, leverage vendors to assemble a test to their specifications or leverage open source utilities to test the new systems. 553 more words


The Problems with Storage Performance Benchmarks

There are a number of storage performance benchmarks that provide a standardized way to compare storage systems from various vendors. The problem is there are few, if any, data centers that have a workload that is exactly like those benchmarks. 622 more words


SlideShare: 5 Steps To The Perfect Storage Refresh

An Independent Process for Assessing & Refreshing Storage

Every data center eventually needs to increase capacity, resiliency, performance or the cost efficiency of its storage architecture. 143 more words


PCoIP is done, but VMware is still Blasting away!

User experience, user experience, user experience.  This is what defines successful VDI implementations over failed ones.  Right now, if you have remote workers accessing a virtual desktop using PCoIP, you’re probably doing it wrong.   242 more words