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With all the hype surrounding Microsoft Management 2011 this week, it’s a great time to reflect on our past history with Microsoft and some exciting future plans. For more than 10 years, RES Software and Microsoft have shared a strong, successful relationship. RES has been an early adopter of each new Microsoft technology, from the first implementations of remote desktops, to the introduction of APP-V and more. We have always embraced new Microsoft technology, and our announcement today surrounding our multi-year strategic commitment to the Microsoft System Center product family is just one example of our future plans with Microsoft. Watch the video below to see RES CTO Bob Janssen and CMO Bill Corrigan explain our relationship with ... READ MORE>>
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It’s finally arrived. We are proud to announce that we have officially shipped RES Virtual Desktop Extender (VDX) as a standalone product. Our reverse seamless VDX technology has already helped hundreds of organizations overcome key challenges when it comes to desktop virtualization. Challenges including ….
  • Some applications can’t be virtualized well or at all
  • Some users want special access to feeds, apps, and services, and you want to run those (and just those) locally in one session
  • You want to give users the flexibility to use their own PCs (BYOPC) without adding risk to your environment
  • The heavy applications that you need to keep your business running make it impossible to implement widespread desktop virtualization
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Ole-Kristian Sivertsen, Regional Director, Nordics

The constant struggle between IT departments and users is reaching new heights. Well-managed desktops through lock-down and standardization are mantras for most IT administrators. On the opposite side of the scale is the personalized desktop, where users have the freedom to adapt their workspace according to personal needs and preferences. With the never-ending wave of change, new client devices are turning up faster and faster. Users are at the same time getting more and more demanding. As a result, the cost effective, secure and standardized desktop is under tremendous pressure. The question today is how to achieve both standardization and personalization. So, what exactly ... READ MORE>>
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