Tag: Linux

Getting even more out of Amazon WorkSpaces with IGEL and Tehama

Written by: Jeff KalbergPublished: August 15, 2019

In 2019, IGEL — a world leader in software-defined endpoint optimization and control for the secure enterprise — announced an alliance with Tehama to provide Amazon WorkSpaces via Teradici PCoIP® Software Client for Linux. IGEL Technology Evangelist Jeff Kalberg,recently sat down with Jaymes Davis, Tehama’s Head of Customer Success, to talk about the collaboration. Jeff:… Read More »

Linux OS on Endpoints Outpaces Windows in 2018

Written by: Simon ClephanPublished: June 27, 2019

Linux has reached an exciting new milestone. For the first time ever, Linux surpassed Windows shipments on thin clients in 2018. The study, conducted by IDC, also found that Linux on the endpoint is the fastest growing OS. But we’re not surprised! A number of trends are driving the need for a more secure, more… Read More »

IGEL’s 2019 Sweepstakes will have an Electrifying Finish!

Written by: Enit NichaniPublished: February 18, 2019

  Fast on the heels of our successful IT Baller giveaway contest, we are running our 2019 “I Challenge Everything” sweepstakes and it is really ahead of the curve in all angles:  IGEL is giving away the all-electric new Porsche Taycan.  The winner for this sweepstakes will have the option of a cash equivalent prize ($85K)… Read More »

Windows Belongs in the Data Center, Not on the Endpoint

Written by: Simon ClephanPublished: October 2, 2018

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 Windows 7 was extended from January 2020 to January 2023, it’s still an option you’ll… Read More »

Key Trends behind Linux’s Momentum for EUC

Written by: Jed AyresPublished: September 26, 2018

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 benefits. Notably, Linux-OS powered endpoints are experiencing significant market growth, providing organizations with EUC solutions… Read More »

Three Priorities Driving Endpoint Adoption

Written by: Jed AyresPublished: September 18, 2018

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 delivering EUC. These attributes are attracting a new generation of customers looking for more ways… 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 »

Convert all your machines into (permanent or temporary) fully functional, fully managed endpoint 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 endpoint device,… 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 »

WannaCry! Why Linux Makes More Sense.

Written by: Simon ClephanPublished: May 17, 2017

It’s like my mother always told me, “It’s your own blooming fault!” If you pirate software or fail to keep your OS updated, you deserve what you get!  I know, I know the world would be a lot better place if there weren’t so many evil dudes just trying to wangle a buck (or bitcoin… Read More »