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Nutanix delivers VDI solution for A/NZ remote workers
The company has launched a new virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) service, which brings together Nutanix HCI and software with selected partners to accelerate and optimise a VDI service.
Fujitsu and Citrix expand cloud collaboration, launch virtual desktop service
This is not the first time Fujitsu and Citrix have collaborated. The two companies have collaborated on VDI technology for around two decades.
Exclusive Interview - IGEL on their VDI program and company refocus
Jed Ayres, IGEL Technology CEO talks all things thin clients and company prosperity.
Five rules for optimising VDI in the face of digital disruption
Disruption is a given with DX. Igel’s team offers some tips on how to minimise adverse effects and harness the opportunities with optimised VDI.
Cloud adoption in A/NZ is presenting new opportunities for VDI
The demand for faster storage and delivery will increase as more applications and services are brought into the cloud.
Dell expands desktop virtualization offerings with new thin client solutions
“Organizations today are looking for ease and flexibility in their IT solutions and desktop virtualization is no exception."
Crucial expands with its highest density server memory to date
The modules support a range computing applications including Microsoft SQL, Oracle, Microsoft Azure, VMware VDI, Cloudera, Hortonworks and SAP HANA.
World first multi-vendor VDI alliance to help ANZ channel
Seven IT vendors have created a world first for Australian & New Zealand channel partners
Aussie's National Blood Authority moves to the cloud with Nutanix
“Using Nutanix, the NBA has further enhanced its employees’ ability to deliver blood on time by ensuring they have constant access to critical info."
Nutanix eases VDI pressure at Auckland Motorway Alliance
“We had a decision to make. We are not risk averse. So we made the decision early on to go to a virtualised environment."