Monthly Archive: October 2010

Ask an expert, but make it hard!

I get asked a lot of questions about VMware View, everything from Windows OS configuration to storage sizing. In fact no matter how much detail I present the feedback is "we need more time for Q and A". So this year at Sydney vForum I thought right, 40 min session of no slides, no product …

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10ZiG V9000 Zero Client arrives in OZ

I have been provided with a brand new Zero Client Thin Device produced by a company called 10ZiG. This is yet another device supporting PCoIP natively amongst a whole new generation of products focused on delivering desktops with the VMware-Teradici co-developed display protocol. Some products like the Samsung NC Series are a really break-through offering …

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My Sydney vForum 2010 Agenda

I finally got myself around the agenda for the two fully packed days at the vForum 2010. This event should actually be called VMworld Oceania as VMware is expecting 6,000 people to go through the corridors and sessions at the Darling Harbour Convention Center. Being a presenter I will be busy, however I will try …

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