Category: IGEL community

A Year in the (My) Life at IGEL

Written by: Dan O'FarrellPublished: October 28, 2019

The Gratification of a “Servant Heart” Environment As Sr. Director of Product Marketing at IGEL, I recently passed my 1-year work anniversary. For the company, it has been a great year of tremendous growth as we continue to take market share in end user computing from some of the biggest IT companies on the planet. For me… Read More »

IGEL’s new hardware design is on track for the EUC revolution

Written by: Catherine GallagherPublished: September 24, 2019

IGEL is known for IGEL OS, the platform-independent next-gen edge OS for cloud workspaces.  And, rightfully so given the IGEL OS’s huge success in making the life of endpoint administrators so much easier, while at the same time delivering a great experience to end users.  But it’s important to remember that IGEL offers world-class hardware… Read More »

From Zero (Clients) to Hero (Endpoints)

Written by: Simon TownsendPublished: September 10, 2019

Deploying a Windows desktop has always come with its challenges. In 1999, I was introduced to a technology called Citrix which, at the time, truly advanced end user computing (EUC) and offered an alternative to deploying fat client PC’s. This “thin” deployment of desktops and applications helped enable remote working, eased scaling due to company… Read More »

IGEL At Your Service

Written by: Irfan KhurshidPublished: September 5, 2019

How IGEL Advanced Services are Helping Customers Focus on Other Strategic Priorities When you make the decision to adopt IGEL to enhance your end user computing (EUC) environment, you want to realize IGEL’s value as quickly as possible. And, there’s no easier, or faster way, than to turn to IGEL Advanced Services. IGEL Advanced Services… Read More »

IGEL and Partners Are the Endpoint Prescription for Healthcare

Written by: Dan O'FarrellPublished: June 20, 2019

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 much more secure end-user computing (EUC) model that can support Remote Desktop Services (RDS) and… Read More »

Is DaaS Dastardly or Doable?

Written by: Simon TownsendPublished: June 6, 2019

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), due to be in full distribution later this year. Secondly, WVD via Azure or Citrix… Read More »

“Byte-Sized” Book Project is Almost Here

Written by: Bas van KaamPublished: May 2, 2019

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 over the world to send us their personal Cloud-related design principles, architectural recommendations, tips, tricks,… Read More »

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

Written by: Simon TownsendPublished: May 1, 2019

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 advent of endpoint software assets and sophisticated workplace analytics, the exponential growth of applications and… Read More »

IGEL Technology Crushes Dell Provisioning for VMware Workspace ONE

Written by: Jeff KalbergPublished: April 15, 2019

Summary: “Zero Touch” Windows PC provisioning is a myth! Windows belongs in the data center, not on the edge (particularly Windows 10) Windows provisioning is about the “latest” updates and patches; anything that requires a “master” image is inevitably going to slow down endpoint updates (you just can’t be sure it’ll work for every endpoint).… Read More »

2019: The Year DaaS Comes of Age

Written by: Simon ClephanPublished: November 29, 2018

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 with VDI in 2019. Within these trends, IGEL sees a growing interest in Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) as… Read More »