• Microsoft Project Mohoro details reveal Azure Remote App Service

    Microsoft Project Mohoro details have emerged and sources say it is an Azure Remote App Service using Windows Server, not Windows client-based DaaS.

    ITKE409,090 pointsBadges:
  • Cloud database services to grow into a $1 billion-plus opportunity

    Channel partners' interest has renewed in opportunities surrounding cloud database services. Market research predicts that database as a service providers will draw in $1 billion-plus in revenue by 2016.

    John Moore1,435 pointsBadges:
  • With Windows 10, the landscape for a DaaS offering from Microsoft is taking shape

    Recently I was asked, "Don't you think it's weird that Microsoft is talking all about Azure on one hand, and then pushing a desktop OS so hard on the other?" At first blush, it might seem strange, but we're not talking about a new startup trying to do too much, we're talking about Microsoft.

    Gabe Knuth3,370 pointsBadges:
  • Predictions revisited: Microsoft DaaS, app refactoring and HPE Moonshot

    Citrix and VMware both ignored application refactoring in 2015, and Microsoft focused on Windows 10 instead of developing a DaaS platform. Learn why things could change on those fronts this year.

    Gabe Knuth3,370 pointsBadges:
  • How will Windows 10 DaaS delivered through XenDesktop and Azure affect your organization?

    Alyssa Wood1,045 pointsBadges:
  • Citrix, Microsoft bring Windows 10 DaaS to life

    Microsoft is finally letting up on its desktop as a service rules. Plus, Citrix XenDesktop and XenApp 7.9 come with new features around desktop image management, Microsoft integrations and more.

    Alyssa Wood1,045 pointsBadges:
  • How would you use a data-as-a-service product like SAP Digital Consumer Insight?

    jimodonnell650 pointsBadges:
  • SAP unveils data as a service to generate consumer insights

    SAP announced SAP Digital Consumer Insight at Sapphire 2016, a data-as-a-service product that lets users gain insight into their customers' characteristics and behavior.

    jimodonnell650 pointsBadges:
  • DaaS vs. VDI: Why the comparisons might not be fair

    Desktop as a Service providers say their offerings are a cheap and easy way to implement virtual desktops, but if you put DaaS vs. VDI head to head, who really comes out on top?

    ITKE409,090 pointsBadges:
  • Should Microsoft have delivered DaaS?

    Bridget Botelho3,630 pointsBadges:

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