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Today, we’re excited to announce the availability of UEM for Google Chromebooks. XenMobile Service customers will automatically get the update as part of a canary rollout over the next few days. XenMobile continues to rapidly transform from a mobility management platform to a bedrock UEM platform capable of managing all device types. We’re moving incredibly […]
So you know the mitigations for Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities are going to have a measurable impact on the performance and efficiency of your system, not to mention user experience. The only way to get ahead of the problem is to start addressing it now. Some of the numbers we are hearing from our customers […]
In my previous article I outlined how Windows 10 scalability is affected by the Meltdown and Spectre patches delivered by Microsoft. From our customers and the community, we got messages that Windows 7 (via Citrix XenDesktop or VMware Horizon view) would be impacted more than Windows 10 so obviously that one was next to be […]
The upside-down Christmas tree seems to have been all the rage during last year’s holiday season. Even though it was nothing new (upside-down Christmas trees have been around since Medieval times), the trend really caught on this season. The “Twitterverse’s” consensus was, “This is bonkers.” But as someone correctly pointed out, it’s perfect for a […]
Over the last weeks a lot has already been written about the supposedly high impact that the patches of both Meltdown and Spectre will have on the performance of computer systems but even experts do not yet agree how big the impact will be on centralized desktop environments such as Microsoft RDS, Citrix XenApp & […]
Barry Coombs and Peter von Oven discuss how your user control’s IT within the business, using the device they want in the way that they choose whilst ultimately IT need to keep the data safe! Peter discusses how Liquidware overcome this bridge and help customers make the move from old windows desktops to Windows 10 […]
IGEL has acted quickly in response to the recently disclosed Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities with fixes released today. As background, Meltdown and Spectre affect computer processors, with Meltdown (CVE-2017-5754, critical) affecting Intel CPUs only, and Spectre (CVE-2017-5753 and CVE-2017-5715, high) affecting processors from Intel, AMD and ARM. These vulnerabilities may allow software to read information […]
So a short blogpost on a issue I faced this week.Working at a customer this week we were working on setting up Citrix with SAML based authentication from MyApps Portal using Azure Active Directory. In order to setup this properly we needed to implement Citrix FAS in order to do SSO directly from a Azure […]
A new and most welcomed update to our most popular script, which I have written – Analyze Logon Duration – has been released. You’ll find two major aspects that are new in the updated script: The Analyze Logon Duration script now fully supports Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016. In an effort to make things […]
With the new capability in Windows 10, version 1709, Windows Client can host shielded VMs while using remote Host Guardian Service (HGS) attestation. This caused some confusion as people stated they have already been running shielded VMs on client. This blog post is intended to clarify things and explain how to run them side by […]
The design flaw has been in existence for the last decade and does not affect Bromium. Operating system vendors are the only ones who can remediate the vulnerability. The Microsoft patch – out today – requires Bromium customers to upgrade before patching Windows. Spectre or Meltdown cannot be directly used to steal information from an […]
There has been a popular request for this article, in the series I was writing number four was missing. I thought, and boy was I wrong, that no one would be interested in reading about a deployment of a Windows 10 image in a virtual environment. The seriesThis series consists of a couple of articles, […]
What happens when three identical devices run different browsers? The Microsoft Edge team wanted to find out. This experiment showed that battery life on a PC running Microsoft Edge lasts 63% longer than Mozilla Firefox and 19% longer than Google Chrome. This video is from the fine folks at Microsoft.
Say hello to a safer browsing experience. Download Microsoft Edge, the safer browser designed for Windows 10. Learn more: http://msft.social/C9kYOV This video is from the fine folks at Microsoft.