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We’re changing our name to Liquidware!

Tue, 2017-05-23 12:43
  We’re changing our name to Liquidware! If you are very, very lucky there comes a magical moment in every ventures lifespan, a tipping point of sorts, when it wakes up and realizes it has come a long way from … Continue reading →

What’s In a Winning Cloud-based Desktop Strategy? DaaS Done Right.

Fri, 2017-05-12 16:54
Citrix, VMware, and Amazon are racing to the cloud to serve customers that want desktops/workspaces with less management, lower costs, and (hopefully) better performance. But we must ask the question, “Is every desktop user a good candidate for DaaS?”  While increasingly … Continue reading →

Citrix App Layering (Unidesk) – When it Works & When it May Not Work for You.

Thu, 2017-04-13 16:37
Citrix released Citrix App Layering last week. The Citrix solution layers applications, and optionally the OS, to Citrix desktops and XenApp servers. We’d encourage every Citrix customer that has access to the solution to try it, after all most features … Continue reading →

Putting User Experience at the Center of the Workspace

Mon, 2017-03-27 08:22
In the past, I’ve covered topics such as Breaking Down Silos and Changing Your Point of View and Outside In versus Inside Out. In these and other posts, the theme has been about putting the user first. Regardless of where … Continue reading →

Don’t Migrate to Windows 10 without Reading This…

Tue, 2017-03-14 13:14
After the release of Windows 10 Anniversary update last August, Windows is now solid and we fully recommend your organization giving it a serious look. If you are not already moving users, you should start planning your move right away. … Continue reading →

Head in the Clouds? DaaS and User Experience with Stratusphere UX

Tue, 2017-02-07 12:54
The move to virtual desktops, whether full on-premises VDI or a managed desktop as a service (DaaS) in the cloud, can be wrought with hidden challenges. Some of these challenges are technical, and some political; however, the result is the … Continue reading →