Welcome to TEAM VRC!

Here you will find independent and unbiased research with a focus on desktop virtualization, data center and cloud technologies. 

The goal of the ProjectVRC.team community is to find new and validate best practices, make unbiased comparisons and perform independent market research. With this information, you will be able to make better informed choices and save time, costs and frustration. Expect to find white papers and blogs with technical deep dives, best practice analysis, product comparisons and community surveys.  

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Project TeamVRC Shapeshifts

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Time flies

Early 2007 we, two competitors, community friends and fellow CTO’s, Jeroen van de Kamp and Ruben Spruijt, had a wild idea. There was a clear demand for unbiased and independent information in the world of Application and Desktop Virtualization, and there was a lack of an industry leading benchmarking platform. It was also time for a ‘Reality Check’ to the vendors who spread their server and desktop virtualization FUD all over the place.

We teamed-up, started working closer together and since we both love to get stuff done, we started a great and unique community ‘Project Virtual Reality Check’ and achieved awesome results both individually and as a team. Time flies when having fun and what a great adventure it has been. Every well managed project also has an end-date. For Project VRC and its successor TeamVRC this date is February 2016, the end of an era and the start of something new.

Why Web Browsing is Killing VDI Performance and Costing You Big $$$!

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Internet Explorer 10 logo.svg Which application in your enterprise uses the most resources on your VDI or RDS systems?  Is it something like AutoCAD, Photoshop, Visio, PowerPoint, or HD Video? These are often the applications that VDI architects and engineers worry about the most.  Sure, these applications can have a large footprint and you certainly need to size for them; however, the biggest resource pig that we often overlook is a common tool that is taken for granted; the web browser.

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