Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Ten steps for smooth VDI deployment

February 18, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Best practices for VDI deployment

When implementing desktop virtualization, it's hard to avoid problems with server resource allocation, storage requirements and network bandwidth availability. Follow these 10 steps to make sure your VDI deployments go smoothly for you and your customers.

This second chapter of our desktop virtualization Hot Spot Tutorial also offers five tips for managing your customers' virtual desktops after deployment. Learn how to improve their performance with resource throttling and server and network performance monitoring.

Read this Hot Spot Tutorial.

Microsoft partners 'hunt the wild boar of success'
Microsoft's viral video attempts usually go horribly wrong. But its latest, "Camp Network," is a hilarious skewering of the "profitability ladder," "power triangle" and other partner-training buzzwords, writes Channel Marker blogger Colin Steele.
Read this blog entry.

Microsoft gets into retail
Microsoft plans to follow in Apple's footsteps by opening its own branded stores, raising eyebrows among channel partners and outside observers alike.
Read this article.

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