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    1. Microsoft Rolls Out 'User Experience' and App-V 5.0 Virtualization Betas

      Microsoft today released "user experience virtualization" and application virtualization beta tools that will be part of its Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) suite for IT pros. User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) for Windows 7 or Windows 8 will be a new addition to MDOP. This tool is designed for IT pros to facilitate support for users who access multiple devices by delivering the same experience and the same application settings across those devices, according to Karri Alexion-Tiern

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    2. NComputing Rolls Out Windows Desktop Virtualization Client

      NComputing today announced new client software for desktop virtualization called "vSpace Client for Windows." vSpace client is software that can run on older PCs or thin-client devices while using virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) technology to tap application processing on the server side. The client software works with NComputing's "vSpace Server" running Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows 7 on the back end. The server can be managed by customers or by NComputing's channel partners. Redwood

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    3. Microsoft Launches Next-Generation Window Intune

      Microsoft Launches Next-Generation Window IntuneRedmondmag.comMDOP is a set of tools that enables desktop virtualization and application virtualization, as well as diagnostics and recovery, among other solutions. MDOP is a perk typically reserved for Software Assurance licensees or those who opt for Microsoft's ...and more »
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    4. Microsoft Confirms Windows 8 Will Have Hyper-V

      Microsoft Confirms Windows 8 Will Have Hyper-VRedmondmag.comIt will allow software developers to work with multiple environments, while IT pros will be able to leverage desktop virtualization for different test configurations, John noted. However, Hyper-V on Windows 8 will still have some limitations, ...and more »
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    5. Microsoft vs. VMware Battle Clouded By Licensing Claims

      Microsoft vs. VMware Battle Clouded By Licensing ClaimsRedmondmag.comThe unlimited virtualization claim is associated with Microsoft's ECI Datacenter edition, according to Edwin Yuen, director of cloud and virtualization strategy at Microsoft. He clarified that while the Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise edition ...and more »
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    6. Hyper-V Needs SP1 for New Intel vPro Chips

      Hyper-V Needs SP1 for New Intel vPro Chips
      Hyper-V Needs SP1 for New Intel vPro ChipsRedmondmag.comSupport for desktop virtualization using the new Core vPro chips is an ongoing process. An Intel publication, dated March 7 (PDF), states that "to ensure that the 2nd Generation Intel Core vPro processors can accommodate any desktop virtualization ...
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