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Trust your friends, not their computers.

Written by: Trey BaumgardnerPublished: October 30, 2017

Security is always on my brain. I don’t trust anyone’s computer anymore…mac, windows whatever. As for me, I’m a windows guy. I know that if you are a locked down user, I can personally put a key stroke logger in your appdata. I’m just a regular guy and if I can do that then I… Read More »

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UD Pocket brings your remote staff closer to home

Written by: Marc DoehnertPublished: October 27, 2017

IGEL’s UDP has been out for some months now, and is starting to catch on as a very fast, smart way of connecting remote staff to a central cloud network. The UDP offers a dual-boot system that turns compatible, USB-bootable form factors into an IGEL Linux 10-powered endpoint, without overwriting the local OS. This is… Read More »

IGEL Cloud Gateway Stands Up Well to Penetration Test

Written by: Mathias HuberPublished: October 26, 2017

IGEL Cloud Gateway (ICG) has withstood the hacking attempts by the IT security specialists from Swiss company Compass Security. “Based on the results of the security review conducted in August 2017, Compass Security considers the security level of the IGEL Cloud Gateway implementation as good. Analysts have not identified vulnerabilities that significantly affect the confidentiality… Read More »

Fixing KRACK with IGEL: Simple, Smart, Secure

Written by: Mathias HuberPublished: October 25, 2017

A couple of days ago IGEL released security fixes for the KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability for its IGEL OS and Windows products. As usual we have reacted fast and made out-of-band releases in order to protect our customers. A Smart Way Of Rolling Out Fixes However, having fixed software packages and firmware images available is only… Read More »

Jeff Kalberg, IGEL’s Behind-the-Scenes Champion, is now Center Stage, thanks to CRN!

Written by: Jed AyresPublished: October 9, 2017

At IGEL we like to say that our Technology Evangelist Jeff Kalberg bleeds IGEL yellow. Jeff is a brilliant mastermind in helping IGEL’s channel partners move customers past hurdles that can slow VDI adoption. He is passionate about VDI and IGEL, and he brings this commitment, 100%, every day! Until now, Jeff has been a… Read More »

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Guess Who Went to Oktoberfest Munich 2017?

Written by: Phil EdenPublished: October 3, 2017

Andrew Witt, MTM Technologies Account Executive, is the first winner of IGEL’s Platinum Partner Oktoberfest competition. The IGEL prize sales incentive was a trip to experience the most famous ‘biergartens’ in the world, all pouring at the legendary Oktoberfest Munchen. We’re pretty sure Andrew had a good time! MTM Technologies and Andrew Witt scored the… Read More »

IGEL Milestone: IGEL Gains CRN Recognition for its Cloud Partner Programs

Written by: Simon ClephanPublished: September 26, 2017

The Cloud is here, no one can dispute that. It’s got to be the most efficient way to deliver infrastructure today. Desktops from the cloud are the future – who wants to run all that infrastructure in the background and worry about networking, storage and compute resources? Let’s leave that to the cloud folks: Amazon,… Read More »

IGEL’s Simon Clephan is a Total Midmarket Maniac…and the Channel Company Likes his Style, Naming Simon to Top Exec List

Written by: Jed AyresPublished: September 18, 2017

Simon Clephan, IGEL’s Vice President of Business Development and Strategic Alliances, has made it his mission to see that midmarket companies excel in their virtualization strategies and fully leverage IGEL’s software-defined endpoint security and optimization solutions to achieve the absolute best VDI experience. We like to say Simon has a maniacal focus on the midmarket… Read More »

Raising Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) at the Endpoint | IGEL

Written by: Jeff KalbergPublished: September 14, 2017

Waste Not, Want Not: Raising VDI Performance at the Endpoint Delivering the best possible virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) performance means taking a fresh look at what ‘desktop’ means today. The endpoint, or desktop, now can be a physical endpoint, a software-defined endpoint, a traditional laptop, a phone or tablet. A recent story in APM Digest… Read More »

IGEL and Fluendo: A Superb Multimedia Partnership

Written by: Matthias HaasPublished: September 7, 2017

We at IGEL like to say we offer a ‘full PC-like’ experience to our customers. That means users at our IGEL-powered virtual desktops are getting all the convenience, functionality and personalization they would get with a PC. Multimedia applications are now a key user demand of any business PC user, and we are able to… Read More »