Many people know RemoteApp programs as applications that are accessed remotely through Remote Desktop Services on Windows Server 2008 (R2). RemoteApp programs appear as if they are running seamlessly on the end user’s local computer. Not many people know that RemoteApp programs are also configurable on Windows 7.
When I attended the MVP Summit earlier this year I learned that Hyper-V is a core component of the Windows operating system. In other words, Hyper-V is conceptually not limited to the server operating system even though the hypervisor functionality is not available for Windows 7. But I started asking myself if it is possibleContinue Reading
I have a long history in the remote desktop and remote application market, so for obvious reasons I like the notion of virtual desktops. But when creating slideware for a series of one-day TechTarget seminars on VDI I started thinking about the “reality” of VDI. A couple of VDI facts I collected are confusing butContinue Reading
During the last couple of weeks, I’ve been traveling a lot – speaking at international conferences and meeting with customers. As always I took the opportunity to get a realistic feeling of what “the market” is up to by talking to many people. Interesting enough, it’s not necessarily the topics major vendors want us toContinue Reading