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Founded by industry veterans Kevin Goodman and Randy Cook, FSLogix is a startup that came out of stealth mode at BriForum Chicago 2013. FSLogix Apps provides Dynamic Application Visibility, which enables policy-based control of when any application is visible to individual users or groups from a single golden image. With FSLogix Apps, IT administrators realize the benefits of application virtualization for all Windows® applications on physical, VDI and Citrix/RDSH platforms.FSLogix Apps is an advanced application filtering solution that enables administrators to dramatically reduce the number of images required to support any enterprise, with any deployment system, on any Windows based infrastructure. FSLogix Apps delivers Dynamic Application Visibility, and policy based control of application visibility to individual users or groups from a single golden image.

Running Office 365 in VMware Horizon? Why Insentra says “You need FSLogix”

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Microsoft MVP, Citrix Technology Professional, and VMware EUC Champion Aaron Parker, of Insentra, discusses VMware’s recently released white paper detailing Best Practices for Delivering Microsoft Office 365 in VMware Horizon 7 with Published Applications. Much to Aaron’s surprise, the paper recommends two critical aspects of Office 365 that VMware’s “own add-on products to Horizon – recommendations […]

Impact Of The IoT: From Farm To Fork

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to have a major impact on the food supply chain – all the way from the farm to the individual buying food from a retail outlet.  Based on research carried out in late 2016, this report looks at the various areas where the IoT will enable the food […]

Collaboration – Where AV And IT Meet?

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There were plenty of amazing products launched and on display at ISE2017 in Amsterdam in early February. But in the background buzz there was a common theme of an industry in transition. While many talked about convergence between AV and IT, some fear the risk that it will actually be more of a ‘collision’. This […]

Durable and circular for more a sustainable mobile device strategy

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Consumerisation of mobile technology has had many benefits. It has driven down the prices of devices, improved the user experience to the benefit of non-technical users. Plus, awareness and crucially acceptance, of mobile devices, has soared. All of this might seem good for the business, but there is a significant drawback. Consumer attitudes to technology can […]

Mobile Devices At Work – A More Sustainable Approach

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Mobile devices put access to IT right into the hands of people while they are out and about performing their work tasks. For many this is not just about ‘being in touch’ or getting access to useful data. IT tasks performed using the mobile device are critical to the business process. These tasks could include a courier […]

Forget Intelligent Cities – How About A More Intelligent Planet?

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The year is 1750 – just before the industrial revolution. The overall population of the UK is around 6.5m. London has a population of 675,000: the second most populated city is the sea port of Bristol, with 45,000. Roll on to 1850, when the industrial revolution has passed its peak. The UK population is now […]

deviceTRUST version 16.4 is Citrix Ready Certified

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With its version 16.4 deviceTRUST has successfully passed Citrix Ready certification. This strict certification process ensures that deviceTRUST is, and will remain, compatible with Citrix XenApp, XenDesktop and NetScaler solutions. With this version, the entire context is not only available within the virtual session, but also on the endpoint, extending the possibilities of deviceTRUST! This […]

Load Balancing For Security?

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Load Balancing (LB), is now popping up on the corporate security agenda! LB is no longer just about managing traffic flows across enterprise routers and servers. In the age of the cloud and software defined networking (SDN), the LB off-loading function has serious possibilities for deflecting DDOS attacks by shifting attack traffic from the corporate […]
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