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  • VMware Workspace One Undercuts Other Management Approaches

    Sponsored by: VMware

    The pricing of VMware Workspace One could have customers turning away from other management approaches. This e-guide takes a look at the pricing structure and feature capabilities of this Workspace platform and compares it to other approaches on the market.

  • Significant Updates Accompany VMware Workspace ONE Announcement

    Sponsored by: VMware

    With more people entering the age of the "digital workforce," companies are looking at ways to better enable their employees, giving them the flexibility, agility, and security to let them work wherever they choose. In this e-guide, learn how you can deliver digital workspaces with consumer simplicity and enterprise security.

  • The Effects of Desktop Personalization on Application Delivery

    Sponsored by: Liquidware Labs

    This guide dives into the benefits of application virtualization and layering. Additionally, learn how desktop personalization plays into application delivery.

  • MicroScope: July 2016

    Sponsored by: MicroScope

    The online battleground of SEO sabotage is the latest and worrying way some firms are being undermined by competitors. MicroScope looks at the issue and outlines how to stop it from wrecking website rankings

  • Using Converged and Hyper-Converged Infrastructure to Support VDI

    Sponsored by: SearchVirtualDesktop.com

    Learn why hyper-converged infrastructure is a good fit for VDI deployments and find out which of the top vendors in the market might be right for you.

  • Top Five Ways to Improve Cost Efficiencies And Reduce TCO With Desktop Virtualization

    Sponsored by: DellEMC and Intel®

    Examine the top five ways you can improve cost efficiencies and reduce TCO with desktop virtualization. You'll also learn about the technologies that can provide the best opportunity to reduce costs and complexity.

  • The New VDI Reality E-Book Chapter 9: Understanding Windows

    Sponsored by: DellEMC and Intel®

    This hand-picked chapter from Brian Madden's "The New VDI Reality" e-book dives into the world of Windows in regards to VDI. You'll explore a few important Windows facts that are shaping the desktop virtualization landscape today and uncover the truth behind why Windows is difficult.

  • The New VDI Reality E-Book Chapter 2: The Promise and Reality of VDI

    Sponsored by: DellEMC and Intel®

    Dig into the fifteen promises of VDI made by vendors and marketers. But are they true? Or have they turned out to be complete myths? You'll find out the reality of today's VDI and if the promises made by vendors were true or false.

  • Take Your Life Back With Tools That Maximize Desktop Virtualization from the Data Center to the Endpoint

    Sponsored by: DellEMC and Intel®

    Examine tools and platforms designed to maximize the value of virtual desktops – from the data center to the endpoint.

  • Bringing Windows Apps to Mobile Devices

    Sponsored by: Citrix

    Cloud-hosted desktops are a whole new ballgame when it comes to management, security, and licensing. But how does it compare to traditional VDI? This e-guide details how VDI and DaaS strategies differ and reveals how a partnership now allows organizations to deliver Windows virtual desktops from the cloud.

  • What's Driving Desktop Virtualization Adoption?

    Sponsored by: Citrix

    IT admins usually list several reasons why they use desktop and application virtualization, but one thing they can almost all agree on is that these technologies simplify management. This e-guide reveals the top four drivers behind desktop virtualization adoption and discusses the differences between desktop and server virtualization.

  • What to Look for in Endpoint Management Tools

    Sponsored by: SearchEnterpriseDesktop

    Devices need to be secure and accounted for to help fend off malware and viruses, but choosing the right endpoint management tool for the job isn't always easy.

  • Computer Weekly March 2016: Building Data Centers Under the Sea

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, delve into Microsoft's trial of an underwater data center and assess the technology and environmental implications. In addition, read on to see if the desktop PC is set to be reinvented as PC suppliers build new products around Windows 10. Read the issue for these highlights, and more.

  • Assess Devices and Users To Get Started on a Mobility Program

    Sponsored by: SearchEnterpriseDesktop

    While IT administrators have managed user identities, endpoint devices, applications, and data for years, mobile technology has brought dramatic growth and corresponding challenges. This exclusive e-guide takes a look at the shifting workplace environment as mobile devices have increasingly become popular.

  • Three Ways Companies Are Slashing IT Costs With VDI

    Sponsored by: Citrix

    Find out how VDI helps IT shift to a centralized architecture in order to lower capital and operating expenses, increase flexibility, and improve security and explore three organization's experience with VDI.

  • Desktop Virtualization Aids Graphic-Heavy Apps and BYOD

    Sponsored by: NVIDIA/VMware

    This e-guide illustrates how virtual desktops can aid graphics-heavy apps, and will help you discover how GPU virtualization can aid app performance, and ease BYOD management. Access this guide to get an exclusive look at Nvidia vGPU support and its accommodation of VDI graphics demands.

  • When Cloud-Based Desktops are a Good Idea

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Intel®

    With all the DaaS talk lately, you'd think everyone was moving to cloud-based desktops, but we're really looking at what amounts to a niche market in what is already a niche market. This expert e-guide details the top use cases for DaaS and how these use cases can translate into successful DaaS deployments.

  • Windows 10: Top 10 Features IT Pros Will Love

    Sponsored by: Microsoft

    This expert e-guide describes the 10 most crucial Windows 10 features that IT pros need to know about, including mobile device management, work folders that regulate access to corporate content, the return of the Start Menu, and 7 more.

  • Where to Begin with Windows 10

    Sponsored by: SearchEnterpriseDesktop

    The information that IT admins need about Windows isn't always easy to find – and it's often difficult to digest. Gain expert insight into Windows 10 migrations, including, major process updates and upgrades in Windows 10, XP-to-Windows 10 migration success tips and tricks, and more.

  • A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Windows 10 Migration

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this 12-page buyer's guide, the experts at Computer Weekly explore what you need to about a Windows 10 migration.

  • Upgrading to Windows 10: Pros & Cons for Your Enterprise

    Sponsored by: SearchEnterpriseDesktop

    In this guide, learn about the features and benefits of Windows 10—such as an improved user interface—that could persuade users, IT managers, and administrators to adopt.

  • The Desktop Admin's Guide to the World Beyond Windows

    Sponsored by: SearchEnterpriseDesktop

    Short Description (350 characters or less) Managing mobile devices can seem daunting for desktop administrators, but it doesn't have to be. Explore the management and security tools that come with today's mobile OSes.

  • There's an App Store for That: Stock Your Mobile Workers with the Right Resources

    Sponsored by: SearchMobileComputing

    In this issue of Modern Mobility, you will discover how to develop, provision, and manage mobile apps through an individualized enterprise app store built on a secure portal. Access this e-zine now to learn how deploying your own app store cuts down on the problems that arise with public stores.

  • Desktop management tools still an IT staple

    Sponsored by: SearchEnterpriseDesktop

    Despite the rise of mobility, PCs remain prevalent in the business world. So desktop management tools are a must for IT departments looking to secure and control these devices.

  • Computer Weekly – 17 March 2015: Smartwatches mean business

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the potential enterprise uses of the Apple Watch, and find out what sort of apps might work for businesses. Our latest buyer's guide discusses the future of the desktop computer. And we look at how technology is being used to improve customer experience for big consumer-facing organisations.

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