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Natural Langauage User Interfaces are making their way into useful products

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Natural Langauage User Interfaces are making their way into useful products
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As the desktop virtualization space matures, the main platforms have grown their feature set to include many features that used to require third party software. This has been good for us, because the third party vendors are pushed towards the fringe to find unique solutions to problems that present themselves as opposed to resting on their laurels. App management is one of those things, and we’ve covered it a lot. I noticed at VMworld, though, that monitoring platforms like Lakeside SysTrack, Liquidware Labs Stratusphere, and even VMware’s TrustPoint (based on Tanium, which Jack wrote about a few weeks ago) are beginning to use natural language queries to make it easier to extract relevant information from all the data they collect.

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These Natural Language User Interfaces, or NLUIs, are nothing new. In one way or another we’ve seen them for years, but until recently they’ve been nothing more than gimmicks. They’ve been buggy, or limited to a very small subset of words that you can ask. Often times, the phrases you could use weren’t natural at all. Instead of asking “What time do the Buckeyes play?” you would have to ask “Find the time Ohio State plays football on Saturday.” It’s hardly natural, and it’s definitely not conversational. Really, those systems are just using speech to text and throwing out everything but keywords, which is something we’ve been able to do for well over a decade.

Read the entire article here, Natural Langauage User Interfaces are making their way into useful products

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Liquidware Liquidware™ provides industry leading platform-agnostic desktop solutions for hybrid Windows desktop environments including Citrix® XenApp/XenDesktop, VMware Horizon View®, Amazon WorkSpaces and physical Microsoft® Windows PCs. The company’s Stratusphere solution delivers visibility into desktop environments and supports assessment, design, monitoring and diagnostics (Health Checks). ProfileUnity provides just in time delivery of User Profiles, application and user rights management and context-aware policies. FlexApp delivers advanced Application Layering. The solutions are available in an extremely cost-effectively priced bundle called Liquidware Essentials. Liquidware products are Citrix Ready, VMware-certified, and are available through a global network of partners.

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