Our next MJFChat is between me and Vadim Vladimirskiy, the CEO of IT management and automation vendor Nerdio. Our topic: Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop.
VMware announced a new set of updates for their vRealize Cloud Management platform aimed at providing a unified control plane for local infrastructure and multi-cloud management.
Announced at Ignite last year, Microsoft's big bet on virtualized desktops is finally ready for public testing.
Hybrid cloud availability can be difficult because most businesses are running a mixture of many different technologies that all need to be available in order to support their business-critical applications. Availability in the hybrid cloud needs to begin at the design phase of your application infrastructure.
Looking for help with your migration in a hybrid cloud world? These tools can help you on your path ahead.
Microsoft has released a new version of SharePoint and with it comes a couple new features to help you recover from an outage.
Because it's not going to be a white Christmas, this edition of Short Takes looks at Windows Sandbox, a Microsoft Edge urban legend, a zero-day flaw in IE, a new Surface market, and much, much more.
At this year’s VMworld Europe 2018 in Barcelona VMware made a number of announcements about the new enhancements to their End User Computing and VMware Cloud on AWS solutions. To get more detailed information on these announcements I spoke with Renu Upadhyay, Sr. Director, Product Marketing for End-User Computing at VMware and Ivan Oprencak, Director [...]
Looking to dive into containers as a possible recovery option but don't know where to start? Mike Otey has you covered.
Microsoft announced at its Ignite conference on Monday a new service called Windows Virtual Desktop that will preview later this year. In today’s Ask the Admin, I’ll take a closer look at exactly what this service provides.
Windows Virtual Desktop is a new cloud service that delivers a multi-user Windows 10 experience which is optimized to work with Office 365 Pro Plus.
There’s no doubt that building disaster recovery (DR) plans for your organization can be tough. There are an amazing number of factors that you have to consider, plan for, and purchase.
WorkSpace One, vSphere, Cloud Management are the hot buzzwords leaving VMworld and Mike breaks down the latest on these products following the conference in Las Vegas.
This week, VMware hosted its annual conference where the company made several key announcements. On this edition of the Enterprise Dish, we break down everything that was announced to make sure you are up-to-date on everything happening in this important space.
If you are running Windows Server 2016, you already have a robust set of DR tools at your disposal but the question is, are you utilizing them?