IBM is positioned in the leaders quadrant. The Gartner Magic Quadrant for Client Management Tools evaluates tools that manage configurations and support system administration...
Audit Ready and Asset Optimized: The Solid Promise of an Intelligent Software Asset Management Solution
In this paper Frost & Sullivan examines the benefits of enterprise-grade Software Asset Management solutions, and how these solutions serve as the convergence point for other...
IT organizations are not testing their networks as often or as adequately as they should be. Network testing is crucial for any IT organization that wants to ensure an efficient...
Windows 8 offers many exciting upgrades and enhancements, and users of older operating systems like Windows Vista and, in particular, Windows XP have no time to waste in their migration.
This document provides guidelines for configuring a standard Windows 7 image to be used within a VMware View™ environment, providing administrators with the information necessary to create a standard image of Windows 7 leveraging the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit or by utilizing a script-based approach to optimize a traditionally installed Windows 7 virtual machine.
The recent IDC executive brief, "Doing Windows 7 Right: Efficiency from Migration to Implementation" offers a better understanding on how the migration to Windows 7 provides the opportunity to improve core elements of your IT infrastructure. You will learn that when migration is done the right way you can achieve a return on investment that will last a decade.
According to Windows 7 early adopters, there are benefits to moving to Windows 7 sooner rather than later. But regardless of when you move, you can learn from those who've already successfully migrated. Download this paper of emerging best practices to help you overcome the most common migration challenges.
Windows 7 includes many new and extended security capabilities. Deciding which of these features to activate will impact the planning and testing of your Windows 7 migration.
Learn how Dell helped a leading business services firm complete an enterprise-wide Windows 7 migration.
Because PC acquisition costs typically account for only 20 to 30 percent of TCO, Intel does not fixate on these costs alone. Instead, Intel aligns their PC fleet investments and management practices with their strategic goals
Many organizations are skipping Vista and looking forward to Windows 7. This research provides necessary steps to prepare for Windows 7 and ensure a successful migration with adequate operating system (OS) support.
IDC estimates that the average cost of deployment activities is $527 per PC, but can go as high as $700 or more depending on the time spent by IT staff and users. That is roughly 20 to 40 percent of the cost of the PC. Reducing the cost of deployment will significantly reduce the total cost of ownership-especially in combination with cost-saving features in Microsoft Windows 7.
Citrix's strong business and co-development relationship with Microsoft has allowed it to build strong virtualization solutions on the Windows Server platform while delivering applications over the network with an excellent user experience.