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TechNet Radio: IT Time – Desktop Virtualization with Microsoft and Citrix Jamie Schmidtke from Citrix Systems is back for episode 2 in this Better Together with Microsoft and Citrix series, and in today’s show we’re covering Desktop virtualization and the integration between Citrix XenApp, XenServer, App-V, Windows Server and System Center 2012 Configuration Manager. Tune... More...

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TechNet Radio: IT Time – Better Together: Microsoft and Citrix Microsoft and Citrix Relationship Manager, Jamie Schmidtke joins us on today’s show as we talk about how the two tech giants have teamed up to provide the best in class solutions for their customers and end-users. Tune in as we discuss private and public cloud technologies as well as virtualization ... More...

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Virtualization Jump Start (11): v-Alliance Solution Overview This module provides an overview of v-Alliance then features Corey Hynes and Symon Perriman demonstrating User State & Application Virtualization as well as Server Hosted Session Desktops. About this Jump Start series: The “Microsoft Virtualization for VMware Professionals” Jump Start is special... More...

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