When researched, more than average population likes to spend most of their time in office- via Microsoft office. Over the years, the ratio of users has grown significantly and one of the most common reasons behind this is that Microsoft always brings in the best of all worlds.
The End of XP
By now it should be common knowledge that from 8, April 2014 Microsoft will stop supporting Windows XP, so its unbelievably this still accounts for 30% of all devices worldwide.
So what does not support mean?
With no security updates or bug fixes, Windows XP devices will over time become more and more vulnerable to hackers and viruses as more backdoors and loopholes are discovered. Of course customers have the option of paying for additional support from Microsoft past the cut-off date but that will be expensive and it doesn’t come with any guarantees. (more…)
1. Everything just seems easier
You’ll take to Windows 7 like a duck to water. Built-in troubleshooters help you fix printing issues, connect to networks and use multimedia, plus much, much more now is the time to upgrade to Windows 7. (more…)
VDI in a Box
Before going into detail about Boot Storms and IOPS, it is important to let readers know what VDI in a Box is if you don’t already know. VDI in a Box, from Citrix originally started life as Kaseya’s VDI in a Box.
Customising Office 2013
If your aim is to have a well-managed deployment of Office 2013 with a great user experience then I would suggest that you spend some time customizing Office 2013 prior to deployment. If you plan to use the standard Windows based installer then you’ll need to use the Office Customization Tool.
Desktop virtualization is a relatively new concept utilises the untapped power within data centres to deliver and host desktop instances on. This type of solution allows organisations to significantly lower thei-r IT maintenance costs and streamline their desktop delivery processes.