While desktop virtualisation is nothing new, the coronavirus pandemic has demonstrated the value of providing employees with seamless remote access. In this e-guide we look at the suitability of streaming applications via virtual desktop infrastructure to support employees working from anywhere.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we visit the new campus of Chinese networking supplier Huawei, to find out what the firm thinks of the controversy raging about the security of its products. Our latest buyer's guide examines storage optimisation technologies. And we look at the latest developments for technology in schools. Read the issue now.
This video explores a leading solution delivering industry standard Linux systems services faster, with higher quality, and more economically than others. Learn how it combines a leading hardware, Linux software, and domain expertise of different industries resulting in higher quality operations that keep pace with modern business.
This expert e-guide explores the possibilities a passive optical network or PON offers to both service providers as well as personal users. Access now to discover the key benefits PON could potentially offer to enterprises and the top factors IT managers must consider before choosing PON.
While the DevOps style of application development requires rapid provisioning, scalable resources, and automated operations to flexibly deliver IT services, most methods can't scale to meet the demands of large data centers or complex distributed apps. Expert Lee Doyle explains how software-defined networking enables network automation.
Fixing mistakes in a data center after it's running is challenging, expensive, and operationally dangerous. This exclusive e-guide provides a guide to data center design to help you properly establish requirements from the beginning and details what experts are saying about the evolving data center layout.
Finding the right VDI client is crucial to delivering virtual desktops users will enjoy working with. This e-guide highlights how HTML5 browsers, thin clients, zero clients, and repurposed PCs are all viable options.