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Parallels Announces Enterprise Edition For Better Corporate Mac Integration



Today Parallels announced the release of Parallels Desktop 6 for Mac Enterprise Edition. The new version of the popular Parallels Desktop 6 virtualization program gives enterprise IT departments support for deploying Windows-based business applications for Mac users. It is a configurable policy compliant solution that easily fits into existing business processes.

Virtual Machines Work Great On The New MacBook Air



I recently reviewed the 13-inch MacBook Air and I noted that many of you were curious to know how well the new MacBook Air would work emulating other operating systems running Parallels Desktop 6 for Mac or VMWare Fusion.

I’m happy to report to you that I spent some time with both of these applications and I have some good news — they not only work, but in my opinion they work pretty damn good if you ask me.

Parallels Desktop 6 Brings Windows To Your iPad With Parallels Mobile




The Parallels Desktop
has been updated to version six today, bringing over eighty new features to the Windows virtualization program, including enhanced performance and vastly improved 3D graphics rendering speeds…. but maybe it’s neatest trick is finally letting you run Windows 7 on your iOS device.

Well, kind of. Parallels isn’t actually virtualizing Windows on your iPhone or iPad. Rather, the Parallels Mobile App is basically a VNC, allowing you to seamlessly connect and control your Parallels Windows install from any network-connected iOS device. Fair warning, though: things get a bit cramped trying to drive Windows from your iPhone.

Parallels Mobile is a free download from the App Store, while Parallels Desktop 6 costs $80, or $50 if you already own version 5.