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About thedaasler

A supplier of Desktops as a Service (DaaS) who gets ever so excited about things cloudy, Ux-ey and involving virtual desktops.

Why are organisations who want to Virtualise their desktops choosing VDI?

As Business Development Director of Molten Technologies, I spend a lot of time with clients discussing what they want to achieve from Desktop Virtualisation and which of the multitude of solutions out there they should choose. One Size never fits … Continue reading

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Will Microsoft Licensing stop the adoption of Hosted Virtual Desktops?

The latest ‘buzz word’ (well, OK, phrase) doing the technical conference circuit this year is that we have entered the “post PC era“. This conjures up images of lots of happy corporate users going about their daily work without any … Continue reading

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Can VDI help the IT department survive ‘Bring your own Device’ (BYOD) in the workplace?

    The advent of a multitude of very cool ‘smart’ devices is a nightmare for the hard pressed IT department in lots of organisations today. Regardless of the edicts of the security manager,  people are increasingly bringing their devices … Continue reading

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Molten Technologies in the press

London, UK – 22 November 2011 – Molten Technologies is proud to announce a contract with Thames Water’s lead service integrator and Desktone for the provision of virtual desktops to Thames Water. Using its desktops-as-a-service (DaaS) platform, Molten will support … Continue reading

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VDI counter arguments – it won’t work with iTunes

As CEO of Molten Technologies, an independent virtual desktop specialist, I often find myself enthusing about VDI, especially as a service, vs the traditional fat-client PC model and I have heard every push-back in the business (and some that ought … Continue reading

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VDI counter arguments – It’s too expensive

As CEO of Molten Technologies, an independent virtual desktop specialist, I often find myself enthusing about VDI, especially as a service, vs the traditional fat-client PC model and I have heard every push-back in the business (and some that ought … Continue reading

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VDI counter arguments – User Experience “sucks”

As CEO of Molten Technologies, an independent virtual desktop specialist, I often find myself enthusing about VDI, especially as a service, vs the traditional fat-client PC model and I have heard every push-back in the business (and some that ought … Continue reading

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