Map of security rankings of cloud computing of different countries (entire world) by Forrester. I wouldn't have predicted the U.S. position (similar to China).
June 2010 Archives
Citrix Presentation Server solution in conjunction with laptops and PDAs provide cost-effective solution for retailer in Thailand.
Analyst builds argument that Azure offers not only cloud but on premise advantages via technology like Visual Studio and BizTalk. Not sure that we buy into the proposition that "Look what you can continue to do just on our servers" wins ultimately over "Look at what you no longer have to do..." model. Maybe investors will be persuaded.
Here is verbose "big list" of thin client computer and software resources including virtualization and rdesktop.
New distributors signed up with ACP for ThinManager thin client management software. Hardware options include Arista, Advantech & Wonderware.
Nice article on Xbox and how it relates to the thin client discussion.
|ThinLinX's investments in RemoteFX designed for future compatability with rich media enhancements in Windows Server 2008 R2.|
Google's Chrome OS — the operating system that moves all apps and data into a web browser — will provide remote access to "legacy PC applications" through a mystery process the company calls Chromoting, according to an email from a Google employee.
Laptop makers VXL and Lenovo have teamed up today to announce two co-branded slimline laptops.
The new devices are the Itona TL412 and TL100. The former is the standard model, while the latter is an entry-level model aimed at making things a bit more affordable.
Version one of online directory of thin client resources, software and hardware now published. Suggestions for addition/etc welcomed. See link in right column.
Subways newest marketing scheme allows customers to use their mobile phones to collect redeemable loyalty points off of Subway products.
Heineken, the beer manufacturer, recently employed similar barcode technology in an ad campaign. Other companies, like the�Pittsburgh Post-Gazette,�Papa John's International Inc., are also hopping on the bandwagon, as mobile-scannable barcodes are proving adept at reaching consumers directly.
Some cool stuff from BrightSign who will be at the InfoComm show next week in Vegas. Digital signage and kiosks and large touch screens without the PC. The BrightSign runs on linux kernel and is designed to playback/convert any type of video/media file while also supporting menu/touch systems. Under $500 Sweet&Cheap award.
Opinion -- By The Bell makes argument for why VMware reps should embrace zero clients such as Pano Logic instead of being resistant.
Samsung now plans to roll out what we call the ultimate USB display - a bus-powered 18.5" LCD monitor running entirely from USB.