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Download HTML5 RDP Client – Ericom AccessNow

Ericom Software
Ericom AccessNow is the market’s first high performance HTML5 RDP Client, providing browser access to applications and desktops (virtual & physical), running on Windows Terminal Services / RDS / VDI platforms, including Microsoft Hyper-V and other hypervisors. A special version for VMware View is available here.  Ericom’s unique technology: Does away with client software management. AccessNow does […]

Windows 8 closes feature gap with Mac OSX

DABCC
Apple gained an operability and interface edge over Windows with the introduction and refinement of the OS X operating system and that continues with the impending release of the Mountain Lion OS. Before anyone debates Apple’s advantage, know that Microsoft looks to be working to include several innovations already present in OS X within its […]

CRN NAMES TRICERAT TO VIRTUALIZATION 100

Tricerat
Software developer triCerat, Inc. – creator of the revolutionary Simplify Printing® print management technology – has been named to CRN Magazine’s annual Virtualization 100, a who’s who listing of the top players in virtualization spanning every facet of the market, from desktop virtualization and virtualization management to storage and server virtualization.  CRN, the industry’s leading […]

The Zombie Survival Guide – Protecting Both Your Brains and Your Data

Unitrends
Everyone knows that zombies, the undead, eat brains. Fewer people know that zombies are every bit as hungry for data. Of course, it’s one thing to have an animated corpse attempting to gnaw on your grey matter — everyone is pretty much used to that. It’s an entirely different kettle of fish to have a […]

Download “Ericom AccessNow HTML5 RDP Client” #Awesome

Ericom Software
Ericom AccessNow is the market’s first high performance HTML5 RDP Client, providing browser access to applications and desktops (virtual & physical), running on Windows Terminal Services / RDS / VDI platforms, including Microsoft Hyper-V and other hypervisors. A special version for VMware View is available here. Ericom’s unique technology: Does away with client software management. AccessNow does […]

Ericom AccessNow HTML5 RDP Client

Ericom Software
Ericom AccessNow is the market’s first high performance HTML5 RDP Client, providing browser access to applications and desktops (virtual & physical), running on Windows Terminal Services / RDS / VDI platforms, including Microsoft Hyper-V and other hypervisors. A special version for VMware View is available here. Ericom’s unique technology: Does away with client software management. AccessNow does […]

Don’t Hate on 8 (Infographic)

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In the last two months, fierce debates surrounding Windows 8 have taken place all over the web. While I haven’t tried out the consumer preview, I did get the chance to see it in action and it left me intrigued. To put it simply: the new operating system seems like a bold move for Microsoft. […]

BeyondTrust Announces PowerBroker Servers Enterprise

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BeyondTrust, the leading provider of privilege delegation and authorization management solutions, today announced the release of PowerBroker Servers Enterprise. The PowerBroker solution provides a cost-effective approach to allow organizations to seamlessly manage privileged access on Linux and UNIX systems across dynamic physical, virtual and cloud environments through Microsoft Active Directory. Organizations can now achieve powerful […]

VMware Releases View 5.0.1 for Download

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VMware just released VMware View 5.0.1 for download.  This maintenance release includes the following components: VMware View Connection Server 5.0.1, which also includes replica server, security server, and View Transfer Server VMware View Agent 5.0.1 VMware View Client for Windows 5.0.1 VMware View 5.0.1 is a maintenance release that resolves some known issues in the […]

What Microsoft can learn about Windows 8 from the Mac OS X/iOS combo

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Windows 8 is clearly an operating system designed for tablets and smartphones rather than desktops and laptops. That’s a big mistake. Microsoft should learn from Apple how to develop operating systems that differ according to the device, but still complement one another. The centerpiece of Windows 8 is Metro, an interface modeled on the Windows Phone […]

Quest Software Debuts NetVault Backup Capacity Edition

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Backup and recovery support includes Windows, Linux and Mac OS X, as well as VMware and Hyper-V platforms. Data backup and protection specialist Quest Software (NASDAQ: QSFT) on March 8 announced the launch of NetVault Backup Capacity Edition, a new offering of the company’s data protection technology featuring an alternative capacity-based licensing model designed for […]

Apple’s Mac OS X ‘Mountain Lion,’ Windows 8 Poised for Fight

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In 2009, Microsoft unveiled Windows 7. The operating system had a dual mission: erase the bad memories associated with Windows Vista, which in its early days was met with derision from an extremely vocal subset of customers and businesses, and replace the solid-but-aging Windows XP. A couple months before Windows 7 hit store shelves, Apple […]

Windows 8 Will Be a Winner: 10 Reasons Why

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The anticipation surrounding Microsoft’s upcoming launch of Windows 8 is running high. The company’s operating system is easily the biggest departure from earlier versions Microsoft has ever launched, and it could very well be the answer to Apple’s iPad and Android-based tablets in the mobile market. Still, there are many people in the industry who […]

An argument against the new secure boot feature in Windows 8

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In a recent post on ZDNet, Ed Bott defends Microsoft’s decision to integrate Windows 8 more tightly with hardware platforms through locked-down boot loaders that are difficult to circumvent. Ed’s argument is well researched and presented, but it fails to ask the most important question of all. What is gained by requiring ARM-based Windows 8 devices to […]

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