Desktop Virtualization

Easy Access to Oracle Applications with Oracle Secure Global Desktop

In addition to the server virtualization webinar we blogged about yesterday, we are also putting on a desktop virtualization webinar next week, as well. You can join us on Thursday, Nov. 18 at 9am US PT as we discuss how to increase security and simplify user access to your Oracle Applications by using Oracle Secure Global Desktop to provide a consistent user interface across a variety of client platforms. Get more info and register here.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010 | Desktop Virtualization | Read More

Sun Ray Software 5.1 is released!

If you've used Sun Ray Clients, you've used Sun Ray Software, maybe without even knowing it. Sun Ray Software is the heart of a Sun Ray deployment and is installed on one or more servers in the data center. Thanks to Sun Ray Software, Sun Ray Clients can be very simple devices that don't require local management because everything happens on the server. It provides a single place to manage your Sun Ray Client devices, provides connectivity to Windows virtual desktops, does all...

Wednesday, October 27, 2010 | Desktop Virtualization | Read More

Have You RSVP'd yet for the Oracle Virtualization Online Forum being held on August 19?

Join us for the live Oracle Virtualization Online Forum, as Edward Screven, Oracle's Chief Corporate Architect, and John Fowler, Oracle's Executive Vice President, Systems, kick-off a full agenda of analyst, customer and product webcasts presenting how Oracle's most complete and integrated virtualization delivers more value than VMware. Throughout the event you'll have a unique opportunity to participate in live chat with Oracle's virtualization, database, middleware, and...

Tuesday, August 17, 2010 | Desktop Virtualization | Read More

Now Available: Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure 3.2

Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure offers the most comprehensive VDI solution with the broadest choice of virtual desktop operating systems including Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 2000, Oracle Enterprise Linux, Ubuntu, and SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop. It comes with a built-in virtualization host optimized for virtual machines running desktop operating systems, but can also integrate with VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V. It supports Oracle Sun Ray...

Wednesday, August 11, 2010 | Desktop Virtualization | Read More

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