If your company has XenDesktop or XenApp you will be happy to know you will be able to use your iPad for real work as well. It turns out the 9.7 inch display on the iPad with a 1024x768 screen resolution works great for a full VDI XenDesktop.
January 2010 Archives
Turns out iPAD trademark is going to be disputed. POS giant Fujitsu and magswipe/pinpad manufacturer Magtek had trademarks.
With iPad announcement it was interesting to see how Apple has finally cut off Adobe and Flash (thou shalt not control my device...). I'm guessing Google got a kick out of it...
Four announcements that were made by Wyse Technology last week. They made the announcements in conjunction with their presence at BETT 2010, a leading technology in education conference.
New hardware, the Wyse X90cw, is a breakthrough mobile virtual client. Mobile workers can take their clouds with them, so to speak.
On the software front, the latest version of Wyse TCX continues to set the bar for end-user experience on a virtual client. In addition, Wyse's provisioning software, WSM 3.0, brings full PC functionality to a zero client.
As technological innovation emerges at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), NComputing announces the official launch of the industry’s first USB-connected virtual desktop. The U170 thin client taps unused computing resources to connect multiple users to one computer. Mantra is say goodbye to the old 1 person-to-1 PC standard!
The U170 plugs into a standard PC’s USB port, and with vSpace (NComputing’s virtualization software) enables another user to share that PC! Not only does the USB-connected U170 allow for easy set-up, but it is a seamless solution that mitigates high cost and poor performance – significant barriers to wide-scale adoption.
New POS System Plugs Into Cloud Computing Environments; Increases Retailer Margins Compared to Traditional Systems
The people at Selfserviceworld.com asked us to write a trends article for 2010 and what will be hot. Here is a roundup of 2010's potential suspects, from my point of view, divided into three market groups — maturing, growth and new drivers. Mentions of PC over IP, POE, green devices, clouds and thin client (imagine that...). Full article on Selfserviceworld.com
|HP Releases new All-In-One which is a 19" desktop PC to go along with the consumer TouchSmarts. The MS218 is priced at $700|