October 2, 2014, 6:21 am GMT  

7 item(s) containing the term "windows"

Microsoft Woos Enterprise With Start Button In Windows 10

—  Microsoft announced Windows 10 the other day. Putting aside the fact they skipped version 9, and all of the jokes that could evoke, the announcement appeared to be one long apology to the enterprise. We’re sorry we dissed you in version 8 and we want to beg you to take us back. And we brought your favorite ...
Oct 01 10:21:07 pm GMT / TechCrunchIT»

The Windows 10 Technical Preview Expires In 196 Days

—  Downloading the Windows 10 technical preview? You won’t be able to use it past two weeks after April Fool’s day next year. That’s jolly, because the consumer-facing preview that will follow the current build will be out long before then. But it’s worth keeping in mind: Microsoft is working...
Oct 01 06:48:14 pm GMT / TechCrunchIT»

NComputing oneSpace is what Citrix, VMware, and Microsoft keep promising. (They're not just cheapo thin clients for third-world countries anymore!)

— This past June, NComputing launched their oneSpace product which brings together Windows applications, file services, and touch-based clients in a solution that can be deployed on-premises, in the cloud, or in a hybrid way bridging both. After looking...(read more)
Sep 25 06:34:00 am GMT / Brian Madden»

Tablets make people hate VDI, when really they should make them hate Windows apps

— Last week during the podcast we did with Raytheon, we got to talking about VMI (like VDI, but instead of desktop clients connecting to remote virtual desktops, it's mobile clients connecting to remote virtual mobile apps). The topic of "user experience...(read more)
Sep 19 04:06:14 am GMT / Brian Madden»

Microsoft expanding Windows on Devices program

— Microsoft is expanding a program to put Windows in smart devices, robots and Internet-connected appliances, following overwhelming response for developer hardware.
Sep 11 04:43:00 pm GMT / Techworld.com Data Centre»

Teradici releases standalone software-only PCoIP host agent which you can install into any* Windows environment!

— Huge news from SIGGRAPH where Teradici just announced that customers can now buy just the PC-over-IP host software and install it as a Windows agent into any machine to get PCoIP-based remote access. Calling it "Teradici PCoIP Workstation Access Software...(read more)
Aug 13 06:58:00 am GMT / Brian Madden»