So, the year of VDI never quite arrived. Without placing any blame, we can certainly assert that the slow traction for VDI had primarily to do with the hefty licensing fees associated with the VDI stack. Moreover, with the advent of the public cloud, on-premises private infrastructure is becoming less attractive by the day.
Change is hard. Particularly change that requires you to rethink your IT processes or that disrupts your employees’ jobs. So, it’s not surprising that many organizations are still blissfully running Windows 7 (because no one deployed Windows 8). But the end of extended support for Windows 7 is looming and, with it, so is your migration to Windows 10.
As the hybrid cloud continues to build steam, enterprise IT professionals are scrambling to choose a public cloud that is both cost-effective and adequately supports their end users compute requirements,
For this Team Spotlight, I'd like to introduce the newest member of the Leostream team - Andrew Busard!
We are pleased to announce that, as of this week, the Leostream 9 platform is generally available! The Leostream 9 platform is a complete VDI or hosted resource management solution for on-prem, public cloud, and hybrid cloud environments.
Edge computing is poised to take the server computing world by storm. Edge computing is a best of both worlds approach - combining the flexibility, scalability and ease of access of the cloud, with the privacy and security of the private datacenter.
We’ve all heard how moving to the cloud can save us money. We trade capital expenses for operating expenses, and this is supposed to fill our pockets with spare change.
Here at Leostream, we have been in the “providing access to desktops and applications that don’t live at your desk” space since the early-2000s. That space has been called many different things since then, but the idea has stayed the same. First, it was called VDI, and everything lived in your on-premises datacenter. If you wanted VDI, most people went straight to the big guys, like VMWare and Citrix.
If your company is like most, you’re no longer satisfied keeping all of your workloads in your own data center. Instead, you look for the best place to host each workload, based on cost and capabilities, whether you’re hosting productivity applications, database servers, or virtual desktops.