Issue OverviewVirtual Data Center - August 2012, Vol. 40
In the latest edition of Virtual Data Center, get your toughest Desktop as a Service (DaaS) questions answered by experts. Learn how desktop virtualization and DaaS can make desktop administration less time-consuming and help reduce your overall IT budget. Explore why even though DaaS is a hot technology, there are still many reasons why enterprise adoption isn't widespread. Finally, in our desktop virtualization comparison, learn about VDI vs. Remote Desktop Services. We'll help you choose the best technology for your shop, and you'll learn about the pros and cons of each. Access >>>
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Five Desktop as a Service challenges holding up enterprise adoption
by Cláudio Rodrigues, Contributor
Desktop as a Service is an up-and-coming trend in IT, but cloud-hosted desktops present some obstacles, such as DaaS licensing and security. See what other issues made our list.
Desktop virtualization comparison: VDI vs. Remote Desktop Services
by Alastair Cooke
For desktop virtualization, you have a choice between the paths of VDI and Remote Desktop Services. Robert Frost took the road less travelled, but you don't have to choose just one.
- Five Desktop as a Service challenges holding up enterprise adoption by Cláudio Rodrigues, Contributor
Migrating to desktop as a service
by Dan Sullivan, Contributor
Once you choose DaaS, take a structured approach to ensure success.
- Migrating to desktop as a service by Dan Sullivan, Contributor
Converging at VMworld
by Christine Cignoli
As VMware’s VMworld 2012 show approaches, we’re hearing about vSphere 5.1 features, company acquisitions and the big news of VMware CEO Paul Maritz’s departure.
- Converging at VMworld by Christine Cignoli
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