Tag: IGEL OS

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 »

Given Mounting Requirements for PCs and Laptops – The Choice is Clear

Written by: Simon ClephanPublished: September 18, 2019

We all know that today’s digital workers are demanding more – more performance, more mobility and more speed. To accommodate these demands, the recommendations for laptop and desktop PC configurations continue to escalate – particularly as enterprises move users to Windows 10. In fact, Gartner recently recommended that to get the most out of Windows… Read More »

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M&A: Endpoint Management Key to a Healthy Integration

Written by: Dan O'FarrellPublished: September 12, 2019

“Too many cooks spoil the broth.” It’s an expression that comes to mind when thinking about how to integrate IT-related platforms when organizations merge. The healthcare sector is particularly susceptible to post-merger paralysis. According to Vertess Research, 1,182 M&A deals were completed just within U.S. healthcare alone during 2018, with seven transactions involving sellers with… Read More »

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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 NVIDIA: Your Autobahn to the Hybrid Cloud

Written by: Simon ClephanPublished: August 19, 2019

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 the hybrid cloud and which particular version. Equally important is how quick they can deploy… Read More »

IGEL brings Secure Shadowing to the Home and Mobile Office

Written by: Dan O'FarrellPublished: August 14, 2019

Plus, Other New IGEL OS Features for Greater Security, Interoperability and More… Reports estimate that as many as 70% of people, worldwide, work remotely at least once a week. That’s a tremendous number of digital workers that may be working outside the corporate network and unable to access corporate resources without a VPN connection or… Read More »

Simplifying Unified Communications with IGEL

Written by: Jeff KalbergPublished: August 8, 2019

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, to AOL Instant Messenger, to early smartphone texting. Over the last half century or so,… Read More »

How to Configure Amazon AppStream 2.0 on Your IGEL-Powered Endpoint

Written by: Jeff KalbergPublished: June 4, 2019

Amazon AppStream 2.0 is a fully managed application streaming service that enables IT to manage desktop applications used by their organization and securely stream them to any computer. With AppStream 2.0, organizations can scale to meet any number of users across the globe without acquiring, provisioning, and operating hardware or infrastructure. Built on AWS, AppStream 2.0… Read More »

Don’t Fear the Zombie

Written by: Mathias HuberPublished: May 23, 2019

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 modern microprocessors use to do their work faster: Regardless of whatever branch program execution will… Read More »

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

Written by: Jeff KalbergPublished: March 13, 2019

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 reserved space cannot be removed from the OS. It expects about 7GB to be reserved,… Read More »