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Is Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Manager (RDCMan) Outdated?

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Lack of Integrations Back when RDCMan was first released, it was embraced by IT pros and generated lots of fans. But that was many years ago. Times have changed — but RDCMan hasn’t. And arguably its biggest flaw is the lack of time-saving integrations. The best that IT pros can do with RDCMan is to […]

The Road to Windows 10 is Paved with Good Intentions

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Microsoft will implement Windows 7 end of life in January 2020, meaning it will discontinue all support, including paid support; and all updates, including security updates. Most companies are well aware of this, however migrating to Windows 10 isn’t as easy as flipping a switch. There’s a lot that goes into an OS migration – […]

17 Backdoored Malicious Images Removed From Docker Hub, But Are You Really Any Safer?

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Docker Hub recently removed 17 backdoored Docker images. This action came after Fortinet reported some cryptomining activity which linked back to these images. Here are some of the interesting facts: Backdoors were hidden inside the MySQL and Tomcat images, which are some of the most popular application containers on Docker Hub. These backdoored images were […]

What is Application Performance Monitoring?

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In today’s digital economy, speed is everything. Especially for applications and websites accessed by end users, when there is slowness, it will have a direct detrimental impact on business productivity, profits and even the brand itself. If an ecommerce application loads slowly or experiences errors, it will translate into loss of business, and the customer […]

We’ve Rolled out Liquidware’s Red Carpet for former RES and AppSense Customers! | Liquidware Blog –

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Liquidware ProfileUnity is now the true independent leader in User Environment Management. In the last year we’ve been winning more and larger deals from former AppSense and RES customers, and for good reason. In the last couple of years AppSense customers faced a string of acquisitions with the solution they had chosen. First LANDesk bought […]

DataCore and Broadcom to Accelerate Adoption of NVMe Storage

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The Combination of DataCore’s Software-Defined Storage and Emulex Gen 6 FC HBAs Offers Maximum Performance and Value from Storage Investments, Including NVMe DataCore Software announced today that it has enhanced its software-defined storagesolutions, allowing companies to realize the substantial IOPS and latency improvements enabled through support for Emulex® Gen 6 (16/32Gb) Fibre Channel (FC) Host […]

GDPR – Security and Data Protection at the Core of Your Strategy (PREVIEW) – AWS Video

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Join the conversation around GDPR, and raise the bar on data security and compliance. Gain more insights by visiting the new GDPR hub for the public sector: https://amzn.to/2KSM5b1 This is an excerpt of a GDPR Q&A recorded live at the AWS Public Sector Summit Brussels 2018, featuring GDPR experts from CISPE and AWS, with questions […]

Cisco: Hyperconvergence for SAP ERP is easy with Cisco HyperFlex

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Every business has mission critical applications that they rely on in their daily operations. For many companies those critical applications are SAP ERP, and these companies need infrastructure to handle intensive workloads from these apps. Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) provides many advantages, like simplified management and flexibility, for deploying your SAP ERP, but you have to […]

Citrix Synergy TV Video – Adventures in configuration: overcoming NetScaler HA limitations in Azure

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Citrix Synergy TV – SYN221 – Adventures in configuration: overcoming NetScaler HA limitations in Azure Deploying NetScaler in Azure presents challenges, from HA not working properly to limitations on routing, security and IP addresses, along with other things that can make a NetScaler deployment in Azure fail. This session presents experiences from the field with […]

Improved Remote Desktop Manager 13.5 Feature: Repositories

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A few months ago, I wrote about one of my favorite features in Remote Desktop Manager: repositories. These wonderful things are basically smaller compartments in a single database, and they make it easy to manage a large number of entries without diminished performance. Plus, since you technically aren’t breaking up the database, you can still maintain a […]

VMware Enterprise Ready Containers with vSphere Integrated Containers 1.4

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We are pleased to announce the general availability of the newest release of vSphere Integrated Containers. Version 1.4 adds support for vSphere 6.7 and vSphere Remote Office Branch Office Advanced Edition, enhances stability, extends the scheduling capabilities, and introduces a number of UI improvements. Improved Scheduling In the past, vSphere Integrated Containers required vSphere Distributed […]

Citrix Workspace Hub is Now Azure IoT Certified!

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Over the years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has become more than just a buzzword, as now it seems that most people have at least one internet-connected device in their home. From smart thermostats to smart cars, consumers are using these connected devices to transform how they live. But how can IoT transform the way […]

IGEL OS 10.04.100 Release Technical Webinar

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For out next IGEL Community Webinar we have the fantastic Mathias Huber with us. Mathias is from the Product Management team at IGEL. The webinar will be about IGEL OS 10.04.100, released on April 12th. It’s most important new feature is that we now have UEFI Secure Boot – no more deactivating that when booting […]

Citrix Are the Desktop PC & Desk Phone Dead?

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The desktop PC has been a workplace mainstay for 35 years, and desk telephones even longer. For most organizations, though, their remaining time is limited. Traditionally, PCs ran applications that were installed and often connected to servers and databases in a client-server architecture. These applications are still around, but they now run more securely with […]

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