Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Cloud computing vs. desktop virtualization

March 11, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Get into advanced desktop virtualization services

Should I go with desktop virtualization or Software as a Service (SaaS)? If I choose desktop virtualization, how will that affect my software licensing?

These are the big questions that your customers are asking when it comes to application delivery. In this final chapter of our Hot Spot Tutorial, learn when to recommend desktop virtualization over SaaS and find out how to avoid the licensing pitfalls that accompany desktop virtualization. Use these advanced services to demonstrate your value to customers and reap the benefits.

Read this Hot Spot Tutorial.

Windows 7 cheat sheet
Microsoft's next operating system, Windows 7, is in beta now and could hit the market by the end of the year. Use the articles, podcasts and videos in this cheat sheet to learn about Windows 7's new features and get your customers ready for Windows 7 migrations.
Read this cheat sheet.

Report: Oracle intends to acquire Virtual Iron
Those rumors you've been hearing about Oracle acquiring Virtual Iron? They're true. An inside source says Oracle has signed a letter of intent to acquire Virtual Iron. Find out what this news means for Oracle's play in the virtualization market and get the latest from the Share mainframe user group conference in our weekly news roundup.
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