In this week's Computer Weekly, corporate PCs haven't changed much in 20 years – as use of Chrome OS grows, we ask if IT leaders are ready for a new approach. Theresa May said Brexit means the UK leaving the EU digital single market – does this mean a return to roaming charges? And we look at the latest developments in Linux. Read the issue now.
Desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) technology has been around for a while now, but relatively few organizations have bought on to this cloud-hosted virtual desktop trend because of a few major DaaS concerns. This e-guide details three reasons cloud-hosted virtual desktops haven't taken off yet.
This hand-picked chapter from Brian Madden's "The New VDI Reality" e-book dives into the world of Windows in regards to VDI. You'll explore a few important Windows facts that are shaping the desktop virtualization landscape today and uncover the truth behind why Windows is difficult.
Examine the top five ways you can improve cost efficiencies and reduce TCO with desktop virtualization. You'll also learn about the technologies that can provide the best opportunity to reduce costs and complexity.
Windows 10 deployments don't always go as smoothly as planned. The OS comes with challenges related to storage, security, updates and more. However, there are plenty of ways to overcome these challenges. In this e-guide you'll learn tips from your peers on how to create a near-perfect Windows 10 deployment.
In this e-guide, independent industry analysts Jack Madden and Gabe Knuth, discuss the state of the DaaS industry in recent years and examine how the technology has matured. They dive into the challenges and benefits of DaaS, as well as common use cases.