Category: Technology Trends

Three Priorities Driving Thin Client Adoption

Written by: Jed AyresPublished: September 18, 2018

Thin clients are a great story of how technology can successfully evolve to help drive efficiency and innovation in end user computing (EUC).Today, thin clients have evolved into modern, Linux OS-driven, affordable devices that offer a simple, secure and flexible solution to delivering EUC. These attributes are attracting a new generation of customers looking for… Read More »

Cloud Growth is Changing the Endpoint Landscape

Written by: Jed AyresPublished: September 13, 2018

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 recap some key cloud statistics, IDC estimates that 60% of infrastructure spending will be on… Read More »

Warum Linux die Welt regieren wird

Written by: Jed AyresPublished: September 12, 2018

In seiner Zukunftsprognose „Why Software is Eating the World” aus dem Jahr 2011 sagte Marc Andreessen voraus, dass einige Softwareprinzipien ganze Geschäftsmodelle revolutionieren werden. Grund dafür sei die Möglichkeit des Linux-Codes: Er erlaubt Offenheit und Kooperation, wie die Integration von Communities und bestehenden Ökosystemen. Daher sei Linux in der Lage, traditionelle Geschäftsmodelle nicht nur radikal… Read More »

Improving Endpoint Performance with Workspace Analytics

Written by: Jeff KalbergPublished: August 18, 2018

The following article first appeared in APM Digest on July 11, 2018. You can also read it on the APM Digest site here. Digital transformation continues its reign as the popular business topic of the day, competing with security for the amount of attention and anxious debate it provokes. A recent Gartner survey notes that 62% of… Read More »

Convert all your machines into (permanent or temporary) fully functional, fully managed thin client devices, in under three minutes!

Written by: Bas van KaamPublished: August 16, 2018

The following is a guest blog post from Bas van Kaam and originally appeared on http://www.basvankaam.com. If it sounds to good to be true, it usually is. Well, not in this case. The IGEL UDC3 software, which stands for Universal Desktop Converter, transforms any x86 based machine into a fully functional and managed thin client… Read More »

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

Written by: Jed AyresPublished: August 9, 2018

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 management software and thin clients have been optimized to deliver secure enterprise computing, no matter where employees are working. Our channel partners’ customers are using… Read More »

Why Linux will Rule the World

Written by: Jed AyresPublished: July 12, 2018

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 not just disrupt traditional business but eat it up.   Andreessen couldn’t have been more… Read More »

Is Windows Dying? IGEL Shares Expert Advice on EUC as a Guest on the Dizzion Blog

Written by: Simon ClephanPublished: June 28, 2018

As IGEL works to evangelize how end user computing (EUC) is undergoing rapid change, Doug Brown and I had the distinct pleasure to provide our views on the Dizzion blog. Dizzion is an innovator in providing desktop as a service (DaaS) solutions that help to address the changing scope of today’s workforce who demand freedom… Read More »

Why End-User Computing Needs a Refresh

Written by: Jeff KalbergPublished: June 22, 2018

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. A global survey just released shows that no less than 70% of respondents are working away… Read More »

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

Written by: Jed AyresPublished: May 8, 2018

IDC Report Notes that IGEL is Grabbing Thin Client Market Share while also Delivering Software Innovation It’s time to take a victory lap. This week IDC has released a new Topline report, “Thin Clients as Attractive Solutions for Cost-Effective, Secure Endpoint Management,” based on the IDC Quarterly Enterprise Client Device Tracker 2017Q4. The report shows… Read More »