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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…

Windows Virtual Desktop – Is it the Missing Piece?

The following is a guest blog post from Simon Binder, Microsoft MVP – Enterprise Mobility and Principal Solution Architect, Digital Workplace, ATEA. Simon will be a featured speaker at this year’s European DISRUPT EUC 2019 conference in Munich. If someone had…

2019: The Year DaaS Comes of Age

IDC estimates that 60% of infrastructure spending will be on public or private cloud by 2022 as organizations continue to seek ways to lower hardware costs and increase productivity by leveraging cloud-native applications.  Gartner sees DaaS reaching “essential” feature parity…

Windows Belongs in the Data Center, Not on the Endpoint

Microsoft has recently announced extended support for Windows 7 Extended Security Updates (ESU) until 2023. Relief, you say? Now I don’t have to step up my plans to migrate to Windows 10. Not so fast… First, even though extended support for…

Key Trends behind Linux’s Momentum for EUC

Linux is fast becoming the OS of choice for the end user computing (EUC) environment. While Windows market share has remained flat, Linux-based endpoint devices are capturing more market share as organizations respond to Linux’ superior customization, security and performance…

It’s Time to Disrupt PoS

Guest Blog:  Chantell Comberger, Vice President, Business Development, Retail, CPC My colleagues at IGEL and I are campaigning these days for disruption of the end user computing (EUC) environment. No longer are the old-fashioned ideas of local endpoint computing working.…

Three Priorities Driving Endpoint Adoption

Endpoints are a great story of how technology can successfully evolve to help drive efficiency and innovation in end user computing (EUC).Today, endpoints have evolved into modern, Linux OS-driven, affordable devices that offer a simple, secure and flexible solution to…

Cloud Growth is Changing the Endpoint Landscape

You hear it constantly: the cloud is changing everything. Yes, it’s changing file storage and sharing, application development and hosting, data protection and disaster recovery processes and business intelligence for digital transformation. But, endpoint computing too? You bet. Just to…

Security: The Key to End User Computing Fulfilling on its Promise

As solution providers in the channel work to employ state-of-the-industry end user computing (EUC) solutions for their customers, security is a top-most consideration. For the channel, IGEL’s suite of endpoint security and optimization software and endpoints have been optimized to…

Why Linux will Rule the World

Back in 2011, Marc Andreessen wrote “Why Software is Eating the World.” In his prediction he outlined key software principles that are changing the game for business. Software advantages include its openness, collaboration, communities and ecosystems making it able to…

Why End-User Computing Needs a Refresh

Note: the following article first appeared as a contributed article in the publication Sand Hill on June 21, 2018.   End-user computing (EUC) is experiencing a major shift in where people work, and the devices they use to do their job.…

IGEL Jumps to #3 Position in U.S. Endpoint Market!

IDC Report Notes that IGEL is Grabbing Endpoint Market Share while also Delivering Software Innovation It’s time to take a victory lap. This week IDC has released a new Topline report, “Endpoints as Attractive Solutions for Cost-Effective, Secure Endpoint security…

IGEL Raises the Security Bar Again with UEFI Secure Boot

IGEL’s customers know we deliver on our ‘simple, smart and secure’ approach to endpoint computing.  Behind this approach is our continual search for ways to bring even greater security to our customers around the globe facing the ever present cyber…

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