Tag Archives: VDI

Michel Roth We are proud to announce the availability of RES Workspace Manager 2014 Service Release 1, which includes customer requested enhancements that further enable our customers to deliver a highly scalable, secure and fast workspace. The result is a great experience for the end user and easier management for IT. RES Workspace Manager 2014 SR1 has some great new functionality that we would like to highlight: New RES Workspace Manager Cache mode designed for VDI There now is a new caching option available that we designed to improve performance and scalability in VDI environments. With this cache mode, all of the RES Workspace Manager cache will be stored on disk ... READ MORE>>
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Michel RothFor those of you familiar with RES Software, it should be no surprise that we have a strong heritage as a key component of a successful desktop virtualization deployment…first with RES Workspace Manager in 1999, later with RES Automation Manager in 2005 and now with the RES IT Store.

RES Software is also a strong supporter of the desktop virtualization community as a participant in a multitude of events including, but not limited to, BriForum, E2EVC and the various Citrix users groups. In staying with this mantra, we are also supportive of the great work conducted by Project VRC including their new State of ... READ MORE>>
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TyriaVMworld in San Francisco was an amazing event. Over 23,000 people came out to learn about how to propel corporate IT world forward. RES Software came strong with thousands of booth visitors of our own. For those of you who did not make it to VMworld or missed the RES Software experience here are the top five featuRES you missed: 1. RES Software + Dell = Perfect Pair Did you know that no one cares about your VDI? Well, RES Software’s Sean Donahue does and so does anyone who heard his presentation at the Dell booth. Users want what they want when they want it, but not all is lost in the ... READ MORE>>
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Sean DonahueUnless you live under a proverbial rock, or are not in the tech industry, you know this past week was the 10th annual VMworld Convention…and what an insane show it was. Not only did VMworld attract a record 22,000+ attendees, but also the energy and enthusiasm was palpable across all three buildings the convention occupied at the Moscone Convention Center. It was reminiscent of some of the gre at trade shows of yesteryear.

Previously I had stated that the large vendor centric conference was dead. I humbly stand capri pantscorrected. VMware kicked it up a notch and the ... READ MORE>>
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Sean DonahueI write this as I sit at Chicago O'Hare International Airport and wait for my seat belt extension (Note to self: eat less steak with customers). I just attended my first BriForum in Chicago. It was an interesting experience to say the least. BriForum – In With the In-Crowd Being a grizzled veteran of the tech conference circuit I am well trained in the “art of conventions” but BriForum is not your average tech conference. The attendees here are not interested in any “Marketechture.” They don’t want any “sales pitch” they want straight-to-the-heart, deep-in-the-weeds technical content. That’s why I was faced with a very challenging task on the first day. As a sponsor, ... READ MORE>>
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