Tag Archives: desktop virtualization

What Is Desktop as a Service?

A Short Summary: What Is Desktop as a Service? Desktop as a Service or DaaS is a concept put in practice through the cloud computing paradigm and is largely similar to Software as a Service (SaaS). It has the same concept as SaaS, there is a product, and it is not just the software, but the entire

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The NVIDIA Game Changer: Cloud-Hosted GPUs And Gaming-As-A-Service

The NVIDIA Game Changer: Cloud-Hosted GPUs And Gaming-As-A-Service NVIDIA is all buckled up to redefine the dynamics of gaming. The company has spilled the beans over three novel cloud technologies aimed at accelerating the available remote computational power by endorsing the number-crunching potential of its very own (and redesigned) graphical processing units. At the heart

The Delphix Agile Data Management Platform – New Database Virtualization Solution

The Delphix Agile Data Management Platform Nearly every business process in the modern enterprise is powered by database driven applications. As result, maximizing the agility and availability of application environments while minimizing associated costs has become a top priority for CIOs across the globe. A few weeks ago I wrote a blog article about The

Dell Announces Intent to Acquire Wyse Technology

Dell Announces Intent to Acquire Wyse Technology Red Rock, Texas: Apr 02, 2012  Dell today announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Wyse Technology, the global leader in cloud client computing, to significantly extend its desktop virtualization offerings. The addition of Wyse will expand Dell’s desktop virtualization capabilities and provide new solutions and services opportunities for the

The Benefits Of Data Center Virtualization For Businesses

The Benefits Of Data Center Virtualization For Businesses As we all know, data virtualization is a layered approach to manage huge data volumes from disparate sources (databases, systems and storage), through a single virtual view from within a front-end system, such as applications, or dashboards.  Therefore, whether it is sales force automation (SFA), a customer