Cloud Computing: Your Options & Risks

Attend this free briefing that aims to simplify Cloud Technology and present to you the risks and options on how you can take The Cloud to your organisation and start benefiting from it. The Cloud is changing our lives. The “?-as-a-Service” phenomenon is expanding business models and opportunities, bringing costs down and allowing us to…

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Offline VDI? Yes! Find out how Citrix made it possible…

Introducing XenClient Enterprise… enabling offline VDI with a bare metal hypervisor whilst saving up to 90% of infrastructure cost. Citrix will combine the newly-acquired Virtual Computer technology with its market-leading XenClient hypervisor to create the new Citrix XenClient Enterprise edition. The new XenClient Enterprise will combine all the power of the XenClient hypervisor with a…

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Cloud Computing: What Are My Options?

Cloud Hosting. Hybrid Hosting. Cloud Infrastructure. Cloud Server. Managed Cloud. Cloud Storage. Private Cloud. Cloud Security. Cloud, Clould, Cloud… Attend this free briefing that aims to simplify Cloud Technology and present to you the many ways in which you can take The Cloud to your organisation and start benefiting from it. Just like the clouds…

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Virtualisation Options: VDI or IDV

Let your quest for the most suitable Desktop Virtualisation solution for your organisation begin Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) as we know it is not the only way to go. There are many flavours of desktop virtualisation and what’s true for one type is not always true for another. Intelligent Desktop Virtualisation (IDV), a phrase coined…

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Discover The Short-Term Solution That Will Ensure Business Productivity From The Queen’s Jubilee To The Olympics

Recent forecasts show that there will be around six million athletes, officials, organisers and visitors from June to September, easily doubling London’s population. Transport for London is predicting 60% over capacity on the tube, pushing commute times to double or possibly treble. Additionally, history warns us that major world events pose major threats of disasters…

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