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DaaS is Ready to be Served

Why IGEL, Citrix and Microsoft are the Perfect Ingredients for a Tasty Solution The hunger for a transformation in endpoint computing is growing larger by the day. Limited IT resources and expertise exacerbated by the need for more rapid endpoint…

IGEL and NVIDIA: Your Autobahn to the Hybrid Cloud

Get on track with us at VMworld, August 25-29, San Francisco European drivers know, speed and lane discipline are of the essence on the autobahn. The same can be said for enterprises’ expectations of how fast they can get to…

Simplifying Unified Communications with IGEL

If you’re at a trade conference and there’s a lull in the conversation ask people what they consider to be the birth of Unified Communications (UC). Depending on the generation, your answers are likely to range from three-way conference calls,…

Linux OS on Endpoints Outpaces Windows in 2018

Linux has reached an exciting new milestone. For the first time ever, Linux surpassed Windows shipments on thin clients in 2018. The study, conducted by IDC, also found that Linux on the endpoint is the fastest growing OS. But we’re…

IGEL and Partners Are the Endpoint Prescription for Healthcare

In the healthcare industry, early attempts at desktop virtualization were oftentimes hampered by Windows PC limitations or lacking the robust security framework HIPAA and other regulations demand. Healthcare IT today is transitioning from this unproductive and vulnerable approach to a…

Is DaaS Dastardly or Doable?

When will DaaS have its day? Right now, DaaS adoption remains at the bottom of the hockey stick curve but many dynamic changes are afoot that eventually should move things forward. First and center is Microsoft’s Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD),…

Don’t Fear the Zombie

Processor vulnerabilities such as Spectre and Meltdown scared computer users in 2018. Now this type of weakness is back with Fallout, ZombieLoad and RIDL. Read what IGEL does to keep our customers safe. Speculative execution is a nifty trick that…

“Byte-Sized” Book Project is Almost Here

It all started with a simple email in late 2018. We exchanged a couple of ideas, followed a by a phone call a few days later. Instantly we were both enthusiastic about the idea: ask various IT communities from all…

IT Gets Fancy: Out of the Garage and into the Lab

IT needs to evolve and the growing complexity of the endpoint estate is certainly a driver. Where once IT people were endpoint ‘mechanics’ keeping hardware assets running like a smoothly functioning automobile, IT is now a very different game.  The…

Fall in love with a Windows migration

Do you have Windows 7 deployed on your endpoints? Migrating to Windows 10 seems the logical step forward? From January 2020, Windows 7 will no longer be supported (without cost). Those who haven’t yet migrated, question how to and how…

An Englishman’s Home is His Castle

The latest data from the Office of National Statistics shows that UK house prices have increased just 0.6% in the past year – no doubt a reflection about the uncertainty created by Brexit, a slowdown in the buy to let…

Windows 10: The (Bad) Gift that Keeps on Giving

Microsoft is in the thick of it again, announcing it will arbitrarily reserve storage on Windows 10 Version 1903 in order to ensure available disk space for updates, apps, system caches and the like. According to a Microsoft blog, the…

It’s 2019 and Survey Says VDI is Mainstream!

Is this the year that Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) finally goes mainstream? According to a survey performed by the community-driven “The Year of VDI” initiative,” 78% of VDI professionals responding say, “Yes!”The recent survey, which was ushered by IGEL Communitymember…

2019: IoT Growth Demands Better Endpoint Management

In 2019, Forrester estimates 85% of firms will implement or plan to implement IoT solutions.  The proliferation of IoT devices and the overall growth of mobile and remote computing have created new endpoint management challenges for IT teams.  Adding IoT…

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