Published By: Aternity
Published Date: Mar 22, 2013
Download now to learn about Aternity’s unique approach to monitoring End User experience unifies physical, virtual and mobile End User Experience Management (EUEM) into a single, consistently architected, massively scalable solution.
Published By: ViewSonic
Published Date: Apr 02, 2014
When your customers move to a virtual desktop infrastructure, you must first consider the types of endpoint devices that best fit their needs. Read this whitepaper to learn more about customers’ VDI needs so you can select the best-fitting endpoint device for your customer. By choosing a ViewSonic VDI endpoint solution, your customers will benefit from best-in-class VDI endpoint performance for VMware, Citrix and Microsoft virtual desktop infrastructures.
The enterprise today is changing rapidly. The intersection of cloud, mobility, social networking and the Internet, what analyst firm Gartner calls the, “Nexus of Forces” is making most medium and large enterprises rethink their enterprise mobile strategies. Employees arebringing their own devices, downloading their own applications and creating their own IT.
A range of use cases are emerging for enterprise mobility—and IT pros are under the gun to support them while adhering to
corporate security standards. To do so, they need flexible, robust mobility management augmented by a broad ecosystem of
productivity tools. Discover the criteria IT can use to choose the optimal enterprise mobility management system to meet these
fast-moving business requirements.
Mobility has given people the freedom to work anywhere, at any time—but it has also brought endless complications to IT. Instead of relying solely on Windows applications running on Windows-based devices, people now use native mobile and web apps for work as well, and they need access to all of these types of apps on any type of device, from Windows and Mac laptops to tablets and smartphones.
Examine the common operational and business challenges of traditional desktop management facing SMB organizations, including infrastructure investment and implementation-related IT services and costs. Get a clear understanding how Citrix VDI-in-a-Box, an affordable, predictable turnkey VDI package, offers unique advantages compared to other VDI solutions and why SMBs can now realize the same enterprise-class desktop virtualization benefits.
Examine the top five VDI considerations from an SMB point of view and compare two approaches to implementing VDI: the traditional enterprise VDI architecture and VDI-in-a-Box with a shared-nothing architecture.
This video shows you how the new Citrix VDI-in-a-Box 5 makes deploying virtual desktops easier, more intuitive and simpler than ever before. With a completely revamped administration interface, the latest HDX technology stack, expanded hypervisor choices to include Microsoft Hyper-V and a completely integrated Citrix offering, VDI-in-a-Box 5 makes virtual desktops a breeze.
This video shows you how easy it is to deploy VDI-in-a-Box and highlights all the Citrix products with which it works. You can go from zero to production in under an hour. Its open architecture runs on the most popular hypervisors: Citrix XenServer, Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware VSphere.
Mobility has given people the freedom to work anywhere, at any time—but it has also brought endless complications to IT. Instead of relying solely on Windows applications running on Windows-based devices, people now use native mobile and
web apps for work as well, and they need access to all of these types of apps on any type of device, from Windows and Mac laptops to tablets and smartphones.
As application and desktop virtualization solutions go mainstream in the enterprise, IT organizations face the challenge of providing a virtual computing experience for employees that is the same or better than that of a
local PC. A satisfying experience is essential, whether people are accessing their virtual apps and desktops from corporate-owned or BYO mobile devices, and whether they are connecting over challenging, low-bandwidth, high-latency WANs, highly variable 3G/4G mobile networks or reliable corporate networks (LANs).
Business today can’t wait for people to get to the office and launch a
full Windows desktop. Imagine how much more effective and
productive people could be with a truly mobile, anywhere, anytime
Michael Parrish Dudell, bestselling author and one of the nation’s leading Millennial voices, explains why now, more than ever, is the time for businesses to anticipate the rapidly evolving expectations of the new workforce or face the very real threat of irrelevance. Read the brief to get the facts on the huge impact Millennials are making in the workplace:
• Within the next three years, Millennials will make up the majority of the workforce
• By 2025, they will comprise a whopping 75% of workers
• In the last five years, 87 percent of Millennials took on management roles—up 75% from the five years prior
Published By: MobileIron
Published Date: Feb 05, 2016
In Forrester’s 25-criteria evaluation of enterprise mobile management (EMM) vendors, we identified the 11 most significant EMM providers — AirWatch by VMware, BlackBerry, Citrix, Good Technology, IBM, Landesk, Microsoft, MobileIron, SAP, Sophos, and Soti — and analyzed their offerings. This report details our findings about how well each vendor fulfills our criteria and where they stand in relation to each other to help infrastructure and operations (I&O) professionals select the right partner for their enterprise mobile management.
How are small and medium businesses (SMBs) thinking about and adapting to create a smarter, more agile workforce? SMB Group recently surveyed 730 SMB decision-makers via our 2016 Small and Medium Business Communication, Collaboration & Mobility Study to find out.