Last year, Symantec Workspace Virtualization was included in a report from "Devil Mountain Software" hosted on the XPNet site.
The report was not flattering to our SEV application virtualization product. Based on the writing style and testing methodology we felt it was likely written by Randall C. Kennedy as a paid piece for VMware, although that information was NOT revealed in the report which was presented as an "independent" third-party opinion.
The report highlighted specific areas where ThinApp would indeed have performed better, but which we believed were misleading and largely irrelevant to a production community of users. For example, the testing left out a broad range of requirements for running application virtualization in an enterprise environment.
Well, today Network World posted an article reporting that it was indeed Kennedy working under an "alias" of "Craig Barth," the so-called CTO of Devil Mountain...