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Wednesday, 25 March 2020 18:44

How to rapidly support a distributed workforce

GUEST CONTRIBUTION* by Adam Fuoss, vice president technical sales Silver Peak: As Australian businesses adapt to the changing dynamics of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the unprecedented shift toward remote working is creating a mass exodus of employees out of branch offices into their homes. Employees are quickly having to adapt to communicating and collaborating in new ways to maintain business productivity.

Published in Health

Melbourne-based APT Travel Group is retiring its Citrix system in favour of Parallels Remote Application Server, citing a number of benefits to the organisation.

Published in Business Software
Thursday, 20 June 2019 09:22

Parallels adds ML to RAS

A key feature of Parallels Remote Application Server 17, which was released a few days ago, is the use of machine learning to pre-launch applications so users can be immediately productive.

Published in Business Software

A set of new and forthcoming products from Citrix are aimed at helping the company's customers make the transition from traditional to cloud deployments.

Published in Cloud

Version 15 of Parallels Remote Application Server features an improved user interface aimed at speeding common admin tasks.

Published in Business Software

"Smaller, faster and more energy-efficient," and "most secure" are Dell's claims for its latest lineup of Optiplex PCs. There's also a new Wyse zero client for VMware, and new cloud multifunction printers.

Published in Hardware
Wednesday, 04 March 2015 10:08

Hosted applications appeal to larger SMEs

Service provider hosted apps and desktops are being taken up mainly by the top end of the SME market, according to Citrix.

Published in Cloud
Monday, 20 October 2014 13:05

Cloud DC puts Atmail in the OfficeBox

Hosted desktop provider Cloud DC has added Atmail's messaging and collaboration software to its OfficeBox product.

Published in Cloud
Thursday, 11 September 2014 17:41

More options, more acceptance for DaaS providers

The growing number of choices in cloud infrastructure is making things easier for businesses that want to offer desktop as a service.

Published in Cloud
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 15:05

Chromebooks and Citrix here to stay

Virtualisation vendor Citrix is confident of an ongoing role in delivering virtualised applications and desktops to mobile devices, especially Chromebooks.

Friday, 16 May 2014 17:44

Amazon WorkSpaces comes to Sydney

Amazon Web Services' Amazon WorkSpaces cloud-based managed desktops are now available from the company's Sydney region.

Published in Cloud
Wednesday, 14 May 2014 15:37

Hospital adopts virtual desktops

A new hospital on the Sunshine Coast is using desktop virtualisation technology - but the biggest benefit probably isn't the one you'd expect.

Thursday, 30 January 2014 12:49

Dell releases pocket-sized thin client

The Dell Wyse Cloud Connect is only slightly larger than a thumb drive, but it provides remote access to virtual desktops, and can also be used for interactive presentations or remote signage.

Published in Mobility

The University of Adelaide has embarked on a project to deliver 20,000 virtual desktop systems to staff and students using Citrix XenDesktop, XenServer and NetScaler.

The release of XenDesktop 7 simplifies the deployment of virtualised Windows desktops and applications.

The latest versions of Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure and Sun Ray Software can be managed from Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.

Infosys and Gen-i have announced an Australian-based hosted service offering a range of Microsoft products from the cloud.

Published in Cloud Services
Monday, 24 October 2011 17:37

Enspire: putting desktops in the cloud

Enspire was recognised as Business of the Year at Melbourne's Business3000 awards - but what does the company do?

Published in Cloud Computing
Monday, 29 November 2010 22:32

Gartner says PC shipments under threat

A report by research analysts Gartner has downgraded the forecast of worldwide PC shipment growth 17.9% to 14.3%. That drop comes from an estimate made just a couple of months ago indicating that PC sales are suffering from the onslaught of alternate computing platforms and a lack of innovation. 

Published in Mobility
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