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VDI adoption

VDI – Its Cost, Its Purpose and Its Potential for More

Posted on August 25, 2014 by Patrik Zander

Here I am at VMworld and this is the year of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). Heard it before? Over the years, we’ve seen a lot of buzz around desktop virtualization and that it would eventually replace the traditional desktop because of a lower total cost of ownership, improved user experience, and increased security. But if it were that easy EVERYONE would use VDI. So what is the current adoption of VDI?

 
Reset Default Configurations

Get Rid of Some Headaches by Resetting Applications to Default Configuration

Posted on July 18, 2014 by Rene Heijnen

We recently released RES Workspace Manager 2014 Service Release 1 (SR1) with some great new features. Today I am going to highlight one of those new features. You could already restore user settings to a previous application setting in RES Workspace Manager. With this new release, we have enhanced the solution with new functionality to […]

 
RCPs

My Top 5 FeatuRES of VMworld 2014

Posted on September 2, 2014 by Tyria Saul, Marketing Community Manager

Last week I had the privilege to attend my very first VMworld in San Francisco and I didn’t know what to expect. Especially after hearing about VMworld’s of the past. I spend much of my time behind a keyboard sharing the excitement that others have with the world, it was nice to experience it all in-person and share my own excitement first hand. From the mind-blowing, double-decker booths and exotic car giveaways to the thousands of IT professionals hungry for the latest tech, my brain was on overload in the Solutions Exchange hall.

 

Updated: DB Cleanup Tool 2.0

Posted on RES Software

By: Max Ranzau www.resguru.com From the Tools-R-Us Dept. You may recall a while back in February, I reported on a cool utility to address the issue with clearing individual log files in RES Workspace Manager. There’s now a new version 2.0 out from one of our community heroes (=someone who contributes and shares stuff), Patrick […]