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DaaS Maturity Self-Assessment

Gotham rolled out this self-assessment at an event this week, and I thought I would share it with our Blog followers.

First of all, let me clarify my use of the term DaaS. 446 more words

Virtualization

Migrating Horizon View Desktops to a new Active Directory Domain

I have seen that customers were asking about this question –  Is it possible to move Virtual Desktops from one domain to another ? This questions was raised in VMware communities and other discussion forums, by admins who deployed Linked Clone Virtual Desktops and want to change its domain membership because of various reasons.  789 more words

Horizon

The new features and changes from Windows 8 of the unveiled Windows 10.

Microsoft launched the Window 10 in San Francisco. Not Windows 9, but Windows 10. The launch event was above the expectations. Microsoft wants to launch the killer OS for the desktop and keyboard users and for the users that were facing issues with the Metro-interface in the Window’s 8. 562 more words

Tech News

Windows 10: The Next Version of Windows, Made for Any Device

Microsoft announced the next version of Windows, Windows 10. It promises to ease the transition from Windows XP and Windows 7, and will work on practically any device. 10 more words

Microsoft

Windows 10 Virtual Desktops Work Well (Updated)

I just tried Task View (a combination of the Alt+Tab feature and the new virtual desktops feature) in Windows 10 and my CPU and RAM usage didn’t go up at all as I added additional desktops – even when I had ten desktops open. 346 more words

Windows 10

Windows 10: Task View (Updated)

Virtual desktops will be included in Windows 10 just like the leaks claimed would happen. However, the feature will not be called Virtual desktops. Instead it will have no official name and instead there will be a feature called Task View. 209 more words

Windows 10

Horrible name, but looking good: Windows 10

Microsoft just announced Windows 10. It’s a horrible name, and Microsoft is setting itself up to be made fun of just like they did with Surface’s “no compromises” tagline. 302 more words

Technology