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Martin Ingram

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At the end of last year I made some predictions for how I think desktop virtualization will develop in 2010. People who have listened to Brian Madden TV's prediction show will have heard references to some of them and I think the time is right to share the whole list with our broader r...
The apparently simple word 'layers' is causing confusion in desktop virtualization, here is why and what the implications are. I have seen a lot of discussion on the subject of layering of software images to deliver virtualized client computing. There are some interesting opportunities...
The fact that most organizations did not roll out Vista has given IT departments time to reflect on how they want to manage client computing. Organizations that previously went from one OS migration to the next want to get off the treadmill and get more control over their own destiny. ...
A few months ago I presented at SYS-CON's Virtualization Conference in New York. To anyone who has not been to one of these events I would thoroughly recommend them - good sessions and plenty of interesting conversations to be had in the corridors. My interview with Jeremy Geelan where...
In the beginning was the PC and, while it was always a difficult platform to manage, let’s not forget what was good about it. PCs put computing in the hands of users and gave them great flexibility in how they worked and what they could do. It is certain that we would not have got to t...
The term 'VDI' has been in circulation since around 2005 and has been used to describe a large number of different technologies and ways of delivering client desktops. That variety has led to considerable confusion about what is necessary to deliver an economic, scalable solution. Henc...