Among the largest transformations brought about by cloud and virtualization technologies is the location-agnostic and device-agnostic applications that are proliferating across corporate networks. With cloud technology, businesses are now able to centrally host resources such as applications, data, and VDI desktops in a datacenter and publish them to any remote device, allowing them to proactively […]
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Windows Terminal Services has been a part of business networks for many years. It was renamed Remote Desktop Services (RDS) with the release of Windows Server 2008 R2. While there are multiple server products available in the market, the Windows Server OS stands tall among them. According to a Netcraft 2016 survey, Microsoft is increasing […]
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With the technology world turning toward the cloud, containerization, and virtualization, Remote Desktop Services (RDS) have become a key component of business networks. Owing to its popularity and its inclusion in the Windows Server operating system, RDS is the first choice for many businesses when it comes to setting up hosted application and desktop networks. […]
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“After switching to Parallels RAS, the product has matured. RAS is easy to use and end users experienced stable performance. Universal printing works flawlessly.” Muthu Valamarthi Enterprise Architect FleetCorp Turkey FleetCorp chose Parallels Remote Application Server to seamlessly deliver applications to remote users. Parallels Remote Application Server provided an easy and stable user experience that […]
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RDS Server Remote desktop services (RDS) is an important component of Microsoft Windows Server that enables users to access session-based desktops. Formerly known as terminal services, it was renamed RDS with the release of Windows 2008 R2. With RDS, businesses can publish Windows applications or the entire desktop running RDS to a remote client via […]
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The advent of virtualization and cloud computing has brought a great transformation in the IT segment. Office desktops are now a thing of the past. Thanks to virtualization technology, businesses are now able to centrally host Windows applications and publish them to remote devices with ease. There are two ways to get your apps anywhere. […]
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What is a Terminal Server? A terminal server is a server or network device that enables connections to multiple client systems to connect to a LAN network without using a modem or a network interface. Microsoft introduced this concept by releasing terminal services as a part of the Windows Server operating system. Terminal services have […]
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Terminal Server Setup Guide With Terminal Services, organizations can provide employees access to Windows applications from virtually any device no matter the geographic location. Terminal Services (known as RDS beginning with Windows 2008 R2) is a server role in Windows Server that enables the server to host multiple, simultaneous client sessions to Windows desktops and […]
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While the IT network segment has been bombarded with new software in recent times, Microsoft Windows Server software still leads the race. According to TechNet, 32.8% of online websites are running on Microsoft Servers. NetCraft also confirms that there was a huge spike in the IIS market share in 2014, where millions of new websites […]
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