Friday 4 January 2013

Quest Online Webinar Update for Jan 2013

Happy New Year!!!  

I thought would post a few notes on the upcoming webcasts for the Quest\DELL relating to application compatibility and desktop virtualization.

Webcasts for Jan 2013

January 16, 2013 2:00 pm EST  Join Craig Mathias of Farpoint Group and Neal Foster of Dell as they discuss how you can introduce and manage a BYOD program. 

Tuesday, January 22, 2:00 p.m. EST/11:00 a.m. PST   Join Dell Software application compatibility expert and ChangeBASE co-founder, Greg Lambert , and Microsoft MVP Greg Shields from Concentrated Technology on Tuesday, January 22nd at 2:00 p.m. EST/11:00 am Pacific as they discuss the key application compatibility considerations for Windows 8.  

Bi-Weekly RemoteScan Demos
Also, Quest\DELL will be holding Bi-Weekly RemoteScan Demos Set to Begin on January 10 th, 11am PST
You will learn how to easily overcome challenges commonly encountered when scanning documents in virtual desktop environments:
  • Scanning that doesn’t work natively in VDI and Terminal Server environments
  • The network performance drag due to size of transferred images
  • Learning curves required for using multiple scanner interfaces
  • Lack of support for every imaging device technology, including TWAIN, WIA and ISIS  
  • Cumbersome server reboots during installation of scanning tools 

New Whitepaper
Center for Digital Education Issue Brief: Real Learning, Virtual Desktops
Desktop virtualization is an approach that addresses many of the challenges campus leaders face today, including BYOD. Many desktop virtualization solutions are efficient and flexible to administer, and can scale to meet changing needs. Higher education institutions are already recognizing desktop virtualization as a viable solution — 60 percent of respondents to the Center for Digital Education’s 2011 Digital Community Colleges Survey have desktop virtualization in place. 
Learn more about how the UK’s national weather service saves £45,000 and weeks of time in Windows 7 migration, thanks to ChangeBASE in this latest case study.

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