Hi everyone, This is a quick follow up to my previous video where I discuss my theory that WVD will commoditize remoting apps and desktops. Continue reading Two of the Reasons I Believe WVD will Commoditize Remoting
I’ve been posting on twitter a bit about investing in yourself. This is important in any field but especially tech. Technology is constantly changing and if you don’t keep up, you will be left behind and that is NEVER good. You don’t want to go the way of an Exchange administrator. Remember those? When was the last time you met someone actively managing exchange server on-prem? Are they out there? Sure, but it’s a sliver of what it used to be. I remember sitting in meetings with many of these people and they fought tooth and nail on moving to … Continue reading Take the Time and Invest in Yourself
I wrote a blog on WVD the other day and I mentioned something in it and I want to buckle down on this assertion. I truly believe I have figured out the reason WHY Microsoft came out with Windows 10 Multi-user. It has nothing to do with any reason I’ve previously spouted but it comes down to one simple reason (if someone has already spoken about this, I apologize then. I simply haven’t seen anyone come out with this assertion). No other cloud vendor can independently run Windows client in their cloud That’s it. Simple as that. Windows Server, including … Continue reading I think I figured out why Microsoft is moving Remote Desktop Services from server to client
About a month ago, I spent the weekend in Scottsdale, Arizona and attended the EUC Masters Retreat hosted by Thin Client Computing. Steve Greenberg and company have put together a great weekend of discussion and activities. As this was my first time, I wasn’t sure what to expect but I’m planning on attending many more. It was well worth the price of admission. I want to focus on one particular portion in this blog because it really is the piece that has really stuck with me. It’s like the song that gets stuck in your head and you can’t get … Continue reading Is Magic Leap a sneak peek into the future of cloud?