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Liquidware Labs provides industry leading, platform-agnostic desktop solutions for hybrid desktop environments including Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop, VMware Horizon, and physical Microsoft Windows PCs. Stratusphere FIT and Stratusphere UX support assessment, monitoring and diagnostics (Health Checks). ProfileUnity enables just in time delivery of User Profiles, application and user rights management and context-aware policies. ProfileUnity’s FlexApp feature delivers advanced Application Layering. Flex-IO supports IOPS acceleration in virtual desktop environments. The solutions are available in an extremely cost-effectively priced bundle called Liquidware Labs Essentials. Liquidware Labs products are Citrix Ready, VMware-certified, and are available through a global partner network.

Liquidware Labs To Demo Latest Desktop Delivery Solutions at HIMSS

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As a Citrix Ready partner, Liquidware Labs solutions will be available within the Citrix Ready Pavillion Liquidware Labs today announced that it will demonstrate its award-winning solutions, used to re-engineer desktop delivery for major healthcare organizations, within the Citrix Ready Pavilion – booth number 2914 – at HIMSS17, taking place February 19th through 23rd at […]

Where does application layering fit in the virtualization puzzle?

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Layers are everywhere. At a wedding, there’s bound to be layer cake. Anyone who goes out in the frigid cold of winter puts on layers to stay warm. Earth itself is made up of layers. So it’s only natural for layers to be a part of application virtualization. Application layering may still be somewhat of […]

Head in the Clouds? DaaS and User Experience with Stratusphere UX

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The move to virtual desktops, whether full on-premises VDI or a managed desktop as a service (DaaS) in the cloud, can be wrought with hidden challenges. Some of these challenges are technical, and some political; however, the result is the same: disruption, not meeting user expectations and greater risk to user productivity. These challenges or […]

Totally Awesome User Experience – Simplivity + Liquidware Labs

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Part of the User Experience is ensuring users are happy, in a productive state, and have access to the resources they need to do their jobs. Ease transitions to VDI with a seamless and rock-solid migration plan for user authored data storage and management of the user environment. In this webinar Liquidware Labs and SimpliVity […]

Liquidware Labs FlexApp Layering = Enterprise Optimization Revolution

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I was presenting to our sales teams at the Liquidware Sales kick off recently and was fascinated by the following response I received. “Why wouldn’t you leverage FlexApp in your environment? At this point enterprises have virtualized infrastructure, desktops, networks, and storage but still continue to install applications natively.” After reflection, it is kind of […]

Liquidware Labs Honored with Award From the Citrix User Group

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Founding Member Sponsor of the CUGC Receives Recognition for its Contribution to the Community Liquidware Labs today announced that it has received a special sponsor award from the Citrix User Group Community (CUGC) in the inaugural CUGCY awards. The official announcement is located at https://www.mycugc.org/page/2016-cugcy-awards-sponsors. The CUGCY member appreciation awards recognize specific members, groups and […]

The Top 5 Success and Failures of a VDI Migration

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Top 5 VDI Successes 1. Always Perform an Assessment An assessment is a method of gauging user consumption behavior on a current physical device.  You should look at metrics in terms of how the OS is currently using things like CPU, memory, IOPS, network resources, applications, and device hardware.  When this data is collected over […]

Liquidware Labs Talks: Migration, Migration, Migration ……

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To migrate, or not to migrate, that is the question? Will migrations ever end?  It wasn’t that long ago that we were all hurtling headlong towards April 8, 2014 – the date when Microsoft ended the extended support of the Windows XP operating system. Some of us made it in time, while others didn’t, and the rest just took the decision […]
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