Citrix is asking the questions, "are you being asked to do more with less,
like trying to overcome legacy VPN deployment barriers while reducing costs?
Is providing remote access for some users simply too expensive?" The company
is holding an interactive Webinar featuring security analyst Lisa Phifer
discuss how companies can deliver more effective access by augmenting
traditional VPNs with Citrix GoToMyPC Corporate.
Lisa has years of experience developing remote-access implementation
strategies, according to Citrix. Key points to be made during the seminar,
according to Citrix include:
• Requires no capital investment and very little IT support
• Can be used with existing VPNs to expand remote access
• Can be a convenient alternative to in-house VPNs for companies just
getting started with secure remote access
Relevant info follows:
Topic: Maximize Your VP... (more)
SYS-CON Media, the world's leading i-technology media and events company, has
announced the winners of its Virtualization Journal Readers' Choice Awards.
SYS-CON's Readers' Choice Awards, also known as the "Oscars of the Software
Industry," has been one of the most prestigious industry award programs for
over a decade.
Virtualization takes the cost and complexity out of IT, and can even help us
reduce the CO2 footprint. IDC has stated that the virtualization services
market alone is going to reach $11.7 billion by 2011 and in general this
technology, which has been around for a ... (more)
AMD says it's developing DDR3-based Socket G3 Memory Extender (G3MX)
technology planned for the next-generation Opteron platform in 2009 that will
extend its total memory footprint and increase the performance of
enterprise-class servers. How much it didn't venture to say but it's thinking
virtualization and pervasive multi-cores. The widgetry is being developed
with IC houses IDT and Inphi, which are planning to sell G3MX components and
should allow the use of bigger memory capacities with standard DIMMs.
Well, it appears that Platform Solutions Inc, the IBM-thwarted mainframe
wannabe, has taken its list of grievances against Big Blue to the European
Commission, as we've suggested it would, and lodged a formal antitrust
complaint against the company with the regulators.
The complaint was quietly made on October 19, according to Bloomberg, which
broke the story Tuesday. The EC says it is in the preliminary stages of
PSI has charged IBM with violating Article 82 of the EC Treaty by refusing to
supply interface information on its mainframes and refusing to license its
Virtual Cloud Computing represents the next wave of virtualization and offers
significant market opportunities by providing a new, simpler, and much more
pervasive platform for on-demand, desktop and application service delivery.
While server-side virtualization helps enterprises optimize data center
resources, the use of a universal dialtone technology offers a significantly
larger market for desktop users in both commercial and consumer segments. The
key to virtual cloud computing is in the universal dialtone which securely
links users to desktop applications and content resour... (more)