Tag: Microsoft

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 »

DaaS is Ready to be Served

Written by: Jim AirdoPublished: August 26, 2019

Why IGEL, Citrix and Microsoft are the Perfect Ingredients for a Tasty Solution The hunger for a transformation in endpoint computing is growing larger by the day. Limited IT resources and expertise exacerbated by the need for more rapid endpoint provisioning and scalability are mounting to drive more and more organizations to cook up the… 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 »

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 »

Windows Virtual Desktop – Is it the Missing Piece?

Written by: Simon BinderPublished: December 11, 2018

The following is a guest blog post from Simon Binder, Microsoft MVP – Enterprise Mobility and Principal Solution Architect, Digital Workplace, ATEA. Simon will be a featured speaker at this year’s European DISRUPT EUC 2019 conference in Munich. If someone had asked me a few months ago what I would think about a multi-session Windows 10… Read More »

Microsoft Acquires FSLogix – Microsoft Continues to “Get Serious” about Virtual Desktops!

Written by: Simon TownsendPublished: November 19, 2018

If you haven’t already heard, then today Microsoft confirmed it has acquired FSLogix. FSLogix is a relatively young but extremely relevant software solution which specializes in solving common challenges seen in virtual desktop environments when deploying Office 365 and non-persistent desktops. This acquisition is yet another step which further validates that Microsoft is very serious… Read More »