OpenStack, VDI with UDS & oVirt and on-screen keyboard

by | Mar 16, 2015

During the last two weeks the most read articles in our blog were the selection of guides about OpenStack, the case study about the VDI platform in the University of Sevilla with UDS Enterprise & oVirt and the new features of UDS Enterprise, in particular the on-screen keyboard for mobile operating systems.

In case you didn't have the chance to read them, find below the links to these posts:

Guides to move into the cloud with OpenStack

University of Sevilla: VDI with oVirt & UDS Enterprise

UDS Enterprise incorporates on-screen keyboard



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