This white paper investigates the value of XenDesktop/Xenapps in today's virtualized environment and how they should adapt accordingly. Read on about how Brian Madden believes cloud-based data centers will affect the landscape of both vendors' solutions including how the value of each platform will change.
In this 11-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at the use of tablets in business and how the effect of mass adoption of tablets in the enterprise could be far more significant than either the desktop or laptop computer.
This brief whitepaper looks at powerful and effective features of a combined hardware and software desktop virtualization platform that provides organizations with an all-in-one VDI strategy for simplified, efficient deployment.
This expert glossary in the Virtualization Explained series offers in-depth definitions of popular terms and technologies surrounding virtualization. To maintain relevance, the glossary is continuously updated with the most up-to-date virtualization information.
Citrix provides a robust set of virtualization technologies to help improve the resilience and usefulness of an organization's information infrastructure, ensuring that not just critical resources remain available but that they are always accessible to all users in any location with any device. Continue reading to learn more.
Server consolidation can save your organization money by increasing utilization rates and reducing power and cooling costs. Learn how capacity planning and virtualization technologies can help you meet your server consolidation goals.
Citrix and Intel worked together to deliver local virtual machine desktops, aiming to make virtualization ubiquitous on client devices. The result of the collaboration is Citrix® XenClient™, a local desktop virtualization platform that provides new levels of security and user flexibility for enterprise desktops. Continue reading to learn more.
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