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Personalization – Where does RingCube fit?

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With the acquisition of RingCube announced recently, we’re fortunate to both welcome an amazing team to Citrix, and to be able to offer in early access in XenDesktop 5.5 to this “WAY cool” technology that achieves the goal of separating user changes from the base image shared by thousands of desktops. RingCube’s VDI Edition changes the way to think about delivering personal virtual desktops – where all changes a user makes to their desktop will persist even when you update the desktops to a new master image. Already there have been some insightful posts on this topic, but in this post I want to give some perspective on why RingCube is such a great fit for XenDesktop.

It’s all about the apps

If you look at the typical application estate in an enterprise, it fits the long tail model.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Personalization – Where does RingCube fit?- The Citrix Blogs

 

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