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Provision Networks Unveils Project TITAN at VMworld2005

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Check out this very interesting press release from Provision Networks. They have announced a technology that will help turn your XP workstation in to a mini Terminal Server and allow you to take advantage of the application running on XP devices. Sort of reminds me of a Citrix announcement, way back in like 2001 – […]

The World is Changing (VMware and Softricity)

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At this year’s VMware VMworld the buzz was geared around the enterprise hosted desktop, blades, VMware, Softricity and Citrix/Terminal Services in some instances.  This is exactly what I’m talking about.  This is the future… Just think, 64Bit, Citrix / Terminal Services, VMware, and Softricity!  It is just a dream…  The following are a few articles […]

Apple Terminal Server in the future?

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Are you an Apple user?   I tell you, I really want a PowerBook….  Well, besides the awesome laptops Apple makes, what do you think about the idea of an Apple Terminal Server?   Interesting idea, eh?      Well, these guys think it is possible, take a peak at the The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW) to read […]

WinScribe Release’s Version 3.6 of their Digital Dictation Software, fully supports Citrix and Terminal Server

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WinScribe, developer of the world’s most widely used digital dictation workflow system, today announced the availability of WinScribe 3.6, delivering new functionality to hundreds of thousands of licensed users worldwide. Read the compete press release: WinScribe’s New Digital Dictation Software Improves Workflow Management for Professionals Worldwide; Advance Network Dictation Software Solution Improves Document Processes and […]

DABCC, INC. announces updates to their white papers series entitled, “Solving the Inherent Problems with the Personal Computer”.

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For Immediate Release DABCC, INC. announces updates to their white papers series entitled, “Solving the Inherent Problems with the Personal Computer”. Delray Beach Fl, October 18, 2005 – DABCC, Inc. (www.dabcc.com), a leading provider of information, training and solutions to the Citrix and Microsoft Terminal Services community, announced today that Douglas A. Brown released updates […]

Citrix Announces “Constellation” and Attempts to Redefine an Industry!

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At this year’s iForum, Citrix announced a new series of technologies they call, “Constellation” that they feel will continue to add value to Microsoft Terminal Services, Longhorn release…   The different technologies that make up “constellation” are quite intriguing.   One is a new load balancing solution that will be a more intelligent solution that Citrix says […]

ThinPrint Releases Remote Desktop Suite Premium 64 bit

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I have not seen or played with this product but I’m sort of interested in a taking a peak as the press release sounds sort of interesting.   If anyone has then please post your feedback below! * * PRESS RELEASE * * Thursday 29 September 2005 Now Available: Remote Desktop Suite Premium 64 bit, the […]

DABCC.com is NOW HOSTED!

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After six and half years of service, I’m very happy to say DABCC.com, one of the most visited web sites in the Citrix and Microsoft Terminal Services world, was moved to a new web hosting company.  I think you will find the speeds and availability to be much better, if not amazing! Since the beginning, […]

Microsoft shows off the next version of Terminal Services! – A MUST SEE

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First look at Terminal Services Application Remoting! Microsoft shows off the next version of Terminal Services!!  Check out this video interview with Tad Brockway, Microsoft’s Terminal Services Group Program Manager.   In this video, Tad discusses what Terminal Services is and why you might want to use it.  He even talks a bit about Longhorn’s Remote […]

Summary of Today’s Microsoft Terminal Services Chat with Bob Muglia

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If you did not get a chance to listen to the chat today then I will give you a real quick summary.  The chat was with Bob Muglia, senior vice president for the Windows Server division of Microsoft; Iain McDonald, director of Windows Server program management; and Chandra Shekaran, product unit manager of Terminal Services.  […]

Softricity® Releases ZeroTouch

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Today application virtualization expert, Softricity, released their new product called ZeroTouch.  ZeroTouch is designed to continue Softricity’s vision of making application deployments, management, and usage as easy as electricity.  What am I talking about?  Check out this killer video Softricity put together and you will learn more. http://www.softricity.com/thesoftgrid I really like this as I’ve been […]

Softricity® Extends Application On-Demand Virtualization Platform with Launch of Softricity ZeroTouch™

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Softricity Inc.27 Melcher Street Boston , MA 02210 617.695.0336 Softricity® Extends Application On-Demand Virtualization Platform with Launch of Softricity ZeroTouch™ Delivers Secure Applications Regardless of Location for Superior Productivity and End-user Experience ( Boston, MA) September 19, 2005 — Softricity® today announced the immediate availability of Softricity ZeroTouch™ which, together with the company’s SoftGrid® application […]

Will Windows Server 2003 R2 Have App Publishing?

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I just got done reading an interesting article on www.brianmadden.com written by: By Tim Mangan, Founder, TMurgent Technologies.  It is a review from the Microsoft Professional Developer Conference (PDC) and in it he has one very interesting item.  “Bob also mentioned—but did not describe—two new features for Terminal Server. One that he called “App Remoting” sounds […]

How Secure are Windows Terminal Services?

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This is a really good article written by a Microsoft Security MVP on how to secure your Terminal Services environment.  It gives you some good basic ideas.  I really enjoyed it and I think you will too. http://www.windowsecurity.com/articles/Windows_Terminal_Services.html

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