VDI: Why is it still virtually untapped?

By Giorgio Bonuccelli, Marketing Director

Cloud computing and virtualization technologies have undoubtedly brought about a revolution in the IT world in the past decade. With the increase in BYOD environments, a work-from-home culture and the drive for resource optimization, desktop virtualization and remote application delivery have been welcome solutions for modern businesses of all sizes – often being their first foray into cloud computing.

IT analysts had predicted that 2012 would be the ‘year...

By 2X Software, 12 September 2014, 0 comments. Categories: VDI, Virtualisation.

Hybrid cloud computing overview and benefits

A hybrid cloud offers both affordability and security by splitting business requirements so that each process demand goes into the right cloud

As we witness high adoption rates for the public cloud and the private cloud, businesses are turning towards a hybrid cloud computing solution. The reason is obvious; in the initial days of cloud computing technology, enterprises used public clouds extensively for VDI, RDP and BYOD requirements. However, over the last few years security issues,...

By 2X Software, 05 September 2013, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Enterprise, Hybrid, VDI, Virtualisation.

Why the public cloud is not always the most secure option for your business

Public Cloud Security Issues

– Brought to you by the 2X Cloud Computing Team –

The obvious benefits offered by cloud computing technology have not only made it inevitable, but also irresistible for business to embrace this ever-innovating technology. While scalability and agility improve business productivity levels, optimization of resources decreases Capex and Opex. However, choosing the right cloud model for your business requirements is a tough task. Businesses...

By 2X Software, 28 August 2013, 0 comments. Categories: Compliance, Public, Security.

Eliminating single points of failure from your private cloud

Eliminating Single Points of Failure From Your Private Cloud

– Brought to you by 2X Cloud Computing guest blogger Brien M. Posey –

When an organisation deploys a private cloud, that private cloud quickly becomes an indispensable, mission critical infrastructure component. That being the case, it is important to construct the private cloud in a way that avoids the potential for a single point of failure. Although it is impossible to delve into a comprehensive discussion...

By 2X Software, 24 July 2013, 0 comments. Categories: Disaster Recovery, Infrastructure, Private, Scalability.

Should your private cloud use a single or a dual firewall?

Should Your Private Cloud Use a Single or a Dual Firewall?

– Brought to you by 2X Cloud Computing guest blogger Brien M. Posey –

Many private clouds are constructed in a way that allows clients to connect either locally or from the Internet. In the case of Internet connectivity, the Web Portal and Secure Client Gateway components that are used to facilitate the connection are almost always located behind a perimeter firewall. While the need for an Internet...

By 2X Software, 12 July 2013, 0 comments. Categories: Hacking, Private, Security.

Examining the core components of a private cloud

Examining the Core Components of a Private Cloud

– Brought to you by 2X Cloud Computing guest blogger Brien M. Posey –

Private cloud environments tend to be made up of a number of different components. One of the keys to building an effective private cloud environment is to understand what these components are and what they do. This blog post is intended to serve as a beginner’s guide to some of the most commonly used private cloud components.

The first...

By 2X Software, 04 July 2013, 0 comments. Categories: Architecture, Private, VDI, Virtualisation.