Yesterday I mentioned Microsoft announced the new Remote Desktop apps for iOS, Android and OS X. This article will go a bit deeper with a load of screenshots and some of the features.
Microsoft confirms it acquired assets of iTap to build new Remote Desktop apps for iOS, Android and OS X
What has been a rumor for the past couple of days now has been confirmed: Microsoft bought the assets of iTab to speed up the time to market for the Remote Desktop apps for iOS, Android and OS X.
Microsoft to release free RDP Desktop apps for iOS, Android and OS X (updated with screenshots and features)
Yesterday Microsoft announced something pretty significant: later this month they are going to release RDP clients for iOS, Android and Mac. The iOS and Android clients are completely new and the Mac client has gotten a complete overhaul.
ProjectVRC Whitepaper: Office 2013 needs 20% more resources in VDI to have same performance as previous versions
The comparison of Office 2007 with Office 2010, showed only a 1% performance difference in favour of Office 2007. The comparison of Office 2007 and Office 2013 showed a significant performance decrease of over 20%. This leads to the conclusion that to maintain the same performance levels with the newest version of Microsoft Office, about 20% more infrastructure capacity may be needed.
This document defines a set of architectural blocks for creating a multitenant, hosted Windows desktop and application service. The primary goal is to enable hosting providers to create secure, scalable, and reliable desktop hosting solution offers for small and medium-sized organizations with up to 1500 users.
Windows Server 2012 introduces some significant improvements to RemoteFX™. One feature – RemoteFX vGPU - already present in Windows Server 2008 R2 is the ability to use a physical graphic adapter (GPU) in the Hyper-V host to accelerate the host-side rendering of display content. This guide describes the configuration steps to leverage RemoteFX vGPU in Windows Server 2012.
This MS document provides performance and scalability testing results for RD Connection Broker, and describes the most relevant factors that influence performance.
Propalms? Exactly, that's what I thought too. Apparently they are still alive. They just launched version 7.0 of their flagship product called TSE.
Office 2013 doesn’t really play very nice with RD Session Host on a default install. Here are some tips to make more RD Session friendly.
If you are new to the benefits of a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), not sure when or why to use session-based or virtual machine-based desktop deployments, or have questions about the architecture (including App-V and UE-V), consider taking the new Jump Start course on April 18, 2013.