Tag / comparison

  • July 7, 2011 - Matthijs Haverink

    SMB/LAB NAS Review

    Intro In the beginning of this year I, was looking for a new NAS for my home lab. I was curious to what was possible with NAS devices these days. I had a QNAP TS110 back then so I knew something about the NAS-es and what they could do but that was home-use orientated. So […]

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  • UEM Smackdown released

    June 28, 2011 - Matthijs Haverink

    UEM Smackdown released

    I’m proud to present to you the User Environment Management Smackdown. “Are you looking for an independent overview of the User Environment Management solutions and curious about the different features- and functions each vendor is offering!? This is the whitepaper you definitely must read! In the current market there is an increasing demand for unbiased […]

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  • June 25, 2010 - Sven Huisman

    VDI comparison chart

    When you enter “VDI comparison” in google, the first hit you get is actually one of my first blogpost I published 2 years ago. The blogpost is about a VDI-broker feature comparison created by Quest. Although it was a useful document (to see which features Quest vWorkspace has), it wasn’t created by (an) independent person(s). […]

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  • The “Project Virtual Reality Check” team just released a new whitepaper: “Hyper-V 2008R2, vSphere 4, XenServer 5.5 on Intel ‘Nehalem’ Xeon 5500“.   “If you are looking for an independent advise and a ‘Reality Check’ in relation to Virtualizing Terminal Server and Desktop workloads, if you are curious about the impact of different hypervisors and the […]

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  • August 18, 2009 - Matthijs Haverink

    “VMware bashing part 3”, by Microsoft

    Yesterday the third part of the “Hypervisor Footprint Debate” appeared on the Windows Virtualization Team Blog. As a consultant I’m supposed to be unbiased concerning vendors or products. “It depends” is our slogan :). Therefore I’m always considering Microsoft Hyper-V and Citrix XenServer along VMware VI3/VS4 when it comes to hardware virtaulization and therefore I’m regularly checking the WVT-blog. But the […]

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