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  • Focus: Desktop virtualisation and mobility

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this guide, we take a close look at how a number of CIO from a wide range of industries have sought to address the demand for mobile working within their organisations, and the technologies they have deployed to ensure data security and access is maintained at all times.

  • Desktop Virtualisation: The Essential Guide

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Desktop virtualisation, or virtual desktop infrastructure, has come of age, partly thanks to shifts in workplace practices. Employees are increasingly working remotely and need full access to corporate systems. It is often inconvenient to use the corporate laptop but the user still needs access to the systems offsite.

  • Augmented Reality Mobile Technology Still 'Experimental' in the Enterprise

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC and Intel®

    Pokémon Go brought augmented reality (AR) technology to the masses. In this guide, our experts illustrate the basics of AR in the mobile enterprise, and how to overcome adoption roadblocks such as cost, lack of development tools, and more. Read on to dive into the state of the AR market and evaluate its adoption readiness in your enterprise.

  • VDI vs. DaaS vs. RDSH - What Customers Compare When Choosing a Virtual App Delivery Method

    Sponsored by: Nerdio

    For IT admins choosing between VDI, desktop as a service (DaaS) and Microsoft Remote Desktop Session Host (RSDH) for virtual application delivery can be a daunting task. Understand what your customers consider when determining which delivery method – or combination of methods, best meets the needs of their organization.

  • Three Windows 10 upgrade questions all IT admins should ask

    Sponsored by: vmware airwatch

    Upgrading to Windows 10 is no small undertaking. There are several critical questions all IT admin should ask before making the move to Windows 10. Understand what's different in Microsoft's latest operating system, and the keys to managing Windows 10 mobile devices.

  • Five Windows 10 security risks that are easy to overlook

    Sponsored by: vmware airwatch

    As more organizations upgrade from Windows 7, the time is right to think about how to create the perfect Windows 10 security setup. But before upgrading to Windows 10, understand these 5 security risks that are easy to overlook.

  • The Keys IT Needs to Manage Windows 10 Mobile Devices

    Sponsored by: vmware airwatch

    The Windows 10 MDM client consists of two primary components: one for enrolling the device, the other for managing it. Understand these two components to decide how to best manage Windows 10 Mobile devices in the enterprise.

  • How to pick between VDI vs. DaaS for desktop virtualization

    Sponsored by: VMware

    VDI and desktop as service (DaaS) each have their own place when it comes to desktop virtualization - depending on the use case. Compare both methods in terms of five central categories: management, control, security, performance and cost.

  • Access E-zine – March 2017

    Sponsored by: SearchEnterpriseDesktop

    IT administrators are just getting to know the ins and outs of new workspace management suites. Learn how to deliver and secure users' workspaces.

  • Making the Systems Admin's Life Easier: Remote Desktop Management

    Sponsored by: Devolutions

    Take an in depth look at the features of Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager tool. Learn how the tool allows administrators to aggregate all of their remote server connections, including logins, passwords, VPN connections, and even double-hops, into one interface.

  • How mobile remote desktop apps work

    Sponsored by: LogMeIn Rescue Lens

    Mobile remote desktop apps can be an important tool for enterprises in keeping up with today's on-the-go workforce. The benefits of greater accessibility mean they could be a strategic fit in a variety of enterprise environments. Learn how to select the right mobile remote desktop products for your business, and how they work.

  • Is It Time to Update Your Virtual Desktop Software?

    Sponsored by: Citrix

    This informative e-guide helps to identify the fine line between keeping your organization's VDI software properly up to date and overzealously jumping on every chance to upgrade your technology. It offers a five step checklist to help uncover areas in which your organization is lacking, and how and if you can benefit from a VDI software update.

  • Why VDI Monitoring Tools Are Crucial To The End-User Experience

    Sponsored by: Citrix

    In order to ensure your VDI is working at its full potential a robust monitoring program is required. In this expert e-guide, discover the snags many companies face when monitoring their VDI, and some simple solutions to help you discover the underlying causes of performance issues.

  • Do You Need Malware Protection on a VDI Thin Client?

    Sponsored by: Dell, Microsoft and Citrix

    There are plenty of options for VDI thin client devices out there, and most are safe to use without antimalware software. But there are some thin client models that should have added malware protection. Learn which thin client needs extra protection and why.

  • Evolution of the Virtual GPU as a Mainstream Platform

    Sponsored by: HPE and AMD

    Virtual GPUs are becoming crucial to hybrid cloud planning. With companies like AMD, NVIDIA, and Intel throwing their hats in the ring, expect improvements to the technology. Explore the evolution of the virtual GPU – from its beginning as a GPU cloud to what we know as today's virtual GPU.

  • GPU Virtualization Isn't Just For Graphics-heavy Apps

    Sponsored by: HPE and AMD

    GPU virtualization is known for helping support graphics-heavy applications, but knowledge workers using Office apps and browsers can benefit, too. This e-guide explores three main use cases for vGPU, major players in the vGPU market, what to consider when selecting a vGPU option, and more.

  • Virtual GPU Is Nearly Ready For The Enterprise Masses

    Sponsored by: HPE and AMD

    GPU virtualization is traditionally only for virtual desktop users that need to run resource-intensive applications, but more competition among vendors could change that paradigm. Discover how the current virtual GPU market is growing more affordable than ever before.

  • Mobilizing Care With Virtual Desktops

    Sponsored by: SearchHealthIT.com

    Desktop virtualization attracts clinicians and health IT professionals alike with time savings and technological streamlining. This exclusive handbook takes a look at three added issues about virtualization in healthcare settings – performance, caregiving, and hyper-convergence.

  • Why VDI is Perfect for Managing Remote Employees

    Sponsored by: Citrix

    Although it's become increasingly common for organizations to allow employees to work from home, this presents a number of challenges, challenges that VDI can solve effectively. Learn the benefits VDI can have for managing remote employees, including enhanced security, simplified license management, and more.

  • Three Reasons Cloud-hosted Virtual Desktops Haven't Taken Off

    Sponsored by: Citrix

    Desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) technology has been around for a while now, but relatively few organizations have bought on to this cloud-hosted virtual desktop trend because of a few major DaaS concerns. This e-guide details three reasons cloud-hosted virtual desktops haven't taken off yet.

  • Top Drivers Behind Desktop Virtualization Adoption

    Sponsored by: Dell, Microsoft and Citrix

    IT admins usually list several reasons why they use desktop and app virtualization, but one thing they can almost all agree on is that these technologies simplify management. This e-guide highlights TechTarget's Desktop Virtualization Survey detailing the top drivers of desktop and app virtualization.

  • What Are The Security Benefits of Using Thin Client Devices?

    Sponsored by: Dell, Microsoft and Citrix

    Thin clients are useful endpoints for organizations that support VDI, because they provide and extra layer of protection from user-initiated security risks. In this e-guide, find out the security benefits of using thin client devices as part of your desktop virtualization strategy.

  • Dell Windows 10 Thin Clients Boost Virtual Desktop Security

    Sponsored by: Dell, Microsoft and Citrix

    Dell is now offering thin client devices configured with Windows 10 to enable workspaces to take advantage of the security and management features built into Windows 10. This exclusive e-guide takes a look at what sets apart thin clients with Windows 10 apart from comparable devices.

  • What You Need to Know When Choosing Between Office 2016 and Office 365

    Sponsored by: SearchEnterpriseDesktop

    Use this expert e-book to discover whether the local Office 2016 or cloud-based Office 365 is the right fit for your enterprise. Explore topics such as the different costs of each program, increased file encryption in Office 2016, and the system requirements that it takes to run each Office suite.

  • GPU Products: New Competition Is Creating More Affordable Options

    Sponsored by: AMD

    New competition in GPU virtualization is leading to the creation of more affordable products. In this expert e-guide, we discuss the current state of vGPU and what your options are. You'll get the chance to learn about new GPU products and the trends behind their creation as we compare the technologies and their features.

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