I spent last week in Canada, where I met with hundreds of IT pros at the Microsoft MVP Days Community Roadshow. At our stops in Vancouver, Calgary, and Edmonton, we heard the same IT challenges repeated:
Unidesk was a big hit on the roadshow because our layering innovation offers relief from these challenges when it comes to the delivery of Windows desktops and applications:Microsoft VDI, azure, Citrix XenApp, Application Delivery, VMware | Read this post >
CRN just named Unidesk to the prestigious 2015 Virtualization 50 list of technology vendors who are working with VARs to bring the software-defined data center to enterprise customers. And SearchITChannel has covered our announcement of our newly enhanced partner program.
Why are channel news publications taking more notice of Unidesk?Hyper-V, CRN, award, azure, Citrix XenApp | Read this post >
It wasn’t long ago that we launched support for Hyper-V, making Unidesk the leading solution for simplifying and streamlining management of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure with Citrix XenDesktop, Microsoft VDI and VMware Horizon. This week at Microsoft Ignite in Chicago, we’re upping the ante again. We've announced Unidesk support for Microsoft Remote Desktop Session Hosts (RDSH) in both Hyper-V and Azure - press release here. Unidesk is now the first and only open solution for managing remote Windows desktops and applications in private and public clouds.azure, rdsh | Read this post >
Sanford C. Bernstein just released "MSFT Q315: Who's Got the Biggest Cloud Now? ...And It Grows Faster Too!!!" The Wall Street brokerage firm's analysis of Microsoft's Q3 results found that the Commerical Cloud segment - which includes Microsoft Azure - helped the company beat consensus estimates for revenue, EPS, and operating margin.
Bernstein Senior Analyst Mark Moerdler writes "Microsoft's Commercial Cloud now has an annualized revenue run rate of $6.3B and grew 111% in constant currency this quarter. Note this makes their Commercial Cloud larger than Salesforce.com and growing over 3x as fast." Later on he reports that "customer usage of Azure compute doubled."
To sustain this incredible pace, however, Azure management tools will be needed. Here's why.azure | Read this post >