Desktop Virtualization Hour is a series of webcasts held on March 18, 2010 by Microsoft. These webcasts aimed two large goals.
Currently webcast recordings are available on-demand at http://desktopvirtualizationhour.com/. You can also download and view the recording offline by using the following direct links. (The links were not published officially and are subject to change without notice).
Hear from top experts and companies using Microsoft's comprehensive desktop virtualization technologies to help drive down costs, improve flexibility and control, and streamline desktop management.
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Hear from Brad Anderson, Corporate Vice-President of Microsoft's Management and Services Division, on how desktop virtualization fits into a broader desktop management solution.
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Hear from Microsoft on the key use cases and benefits of VDI; learn about the key investments areas and how Microsoft and Citrix are delivering a comprehensive and differentiated solution.
(Interview with Dai Vu).
Applications are the lifeblood of the organization, and virtualization technologies can help enable access from anywhere, improve application delivery and management, and accelerate migration to Windows 7 and Office 2010.
(Interview with Jeremy Chapman).
Bob Muglia, President Server and Tools for Microsoft and Mark Templeton, CEO of Citrix offer their perspective on what Desktop Virtualization means to both customers and the industry as a whole.
Desktop Virtualization technology from Microsoft can help customers optimize their desktop environment, by helping them effectively encapsulate and manage each component of their desktop stack.
Understand the components of the Microsoft VDI Solution: virtualization platform, desktop delivery, application delivery, end-to-end management; understand key use cases and benefits of VDI
Learn about how Microsoft's Application Virtualization can reduce app-app conflicts; help you expedite deployment and bring patch and upgrade management to a central location.