The pitfalls of using a Type Two Hypervisor for running older Apps with WVD

Introduction Today, there are still many organisations running old/legacy unsupported operating systems. This is because there are still many critical Line of Business (LOB) apps stuck on the XP/Windows 7 or even older. In this post, I will explore some of the challenges associated with older applications and the pitfalls of running these applications on... Continue Reading →

Login Techcast On-Tour: Parallels Partner Conference 2019

The Login TechCast strikes down on the gorgeous Isle of Malta for the Parallels Partner Conference. Here Sander Noordijk and Eric van Klaveren speak with a wide variety of guests including Nikolay Dobrovolskiy, Thomas Poppelgaard and Ryan Mangan. Learn about Parallels RAS, its history and when we'll be doing all of our meetings in Virtual... Continue Reading →

The Difference between Application Virtualisation & Layering

I have had a few questions recently regarding the benefits of Layering and Application Virtualisation, so I have summarised the basic concept here. The difference between application layering and application virtualisation, is that layering technology uses a virtual disk to form either a VHD or a VMDK. Once the disk has been created, the application... Continue Reading →

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