Desktop Virtualization: What You Need to Know for It Operations Management

Emereo Pty Limited, 2011 - 220 páginas
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Desktop virtualization (sometimes called client virtualization), as a concept, separates a personal computer desktop environment from a physical machine using a client-server model of computing.

The model stores the resulting ""virtualized"" desktop on a remote central server, instead of on the local storage of a remote client; thus, when users work from their remote desktop client, all of the programs, applications, processes, and data used are kept and run centrally.

This scenario allows users to access their desktops on any capable device, such as a traditional personal computer, notebook computer, smartphone, or thin client.

In simple terms, virtual machines are running on the server (for each client) and clients can connect to their ""computers"" using remote desktop software.

This book is your ultimate resource for Desktop Virtualization. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Desktop Virtualization right away, covering: Dynamic desktop, Remote desktop software, Virtual machine, Comparison of remote desktop software, Application virtualization, Workspace virtualization, Multiseat desktop virtualization, Comparison of Java Remote Desktop projects, 01 Communique, Adaptive Internet Protocol, Adobe Connect, AEP Netilla Secure Remote Access SSL VPN, AetherPal, Anyplace Control, AnywhereTS, Apple Remote Desktop, Appliance Link Protocol, Bomgar, Citrix Online, Citrix Systems, Citrix WinFrame, Citrix XenApp, Crossloop, DameWare, Desktop sharing, Ericom Software, Fog Creek Copilot, FreeRDP, GO-Global, GoToMyPC, GoToMyPC Pro, Goverlan Remote Administration Suite, Goverlan Remote Control Software, I'm InTouch, Iland, Independent Computing Architecture, Jack PC, KRDC, Linux Terminal Server Project, List of Desktop Sharing Software, LogMeIn, Neatx, Netman, Netviewer, Network Level Authentication, Network Security Toolkit, NX technology, Openmeetings, Oracle VDI, PcAnywhere, Proxy Networks, Inc., PXES, Qumranet, QVD (software), Remote Administrator, Remote Desktop Protocol, Remote Desktop Services, RemoteFX, Screenconnect, SimpleHelp, SoftRay, SPICE (protocol), Synergy (software), Systancia, TCP Gender Changer, TeamViewer, Technical support, Teleskill, Thinstation, Timbuktu (software), Unyte, Virtual Desktop Extender, Windows Remote Assistance, Xpra, Yuuguu, Thin client, Blade PC, Blit (computer terminal), Chip PC, Dell FX100, DisplayLink, LISCON, MSN TV, NComputing, Ndiyo, Network Computing Devices, OpenThinClient, Rdesktop, Remote Graphics Software, Sun Ray, ThinCan, Thinvent, VirtualGL, Wyse, X terminal

This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Desktop Virtualization. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Desktop Virtualization with the objectivity of experienced IT professionals.

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Michael Johnson is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh and taught structural geology and tectonics in the University of Edinburgh for forty years. He has undertaken research on orogenic belts in many parts of the world Scotland, North America, the Alps and the Himalayas and has continued his researches since his retirement in 1997. Dr Johnson has written over 80 papers, co-edited and contributed to several books, and organised and given keynote lectures at many international conferences. For many years he was on the editorial board of Tectonophysics and has served on international committees such as IGCP.

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