About Liquidware

Innovative Desktop Virtualization Company Led By Industry Veterans & Experts

Liquidware Labs has officially changed its name to Liquidware.  This move and rebrand signals the company's maturity as a leading premier provider of Windows desktop management solutions used by enterprise organizations around the world.  For details about this rebrand and what it means for customers and channel partners, please review the Liquidware Rebrand FAQ document.

Founded in 2009, by desktop and virtualization technology veterans and experts,  Liquidware is a pioneer in the development of desktop virtualization solutions that complement leading platforms including Citrix® XenApp/XenDesktop, VMware Horizon View®, and physical Microsoft® Windows PCs. The company's Stratusphere solution deliver visibility into desktop environments and support assessment, design, monitoring and diagnostics (Health Checks) of both the desktop user experience and supporting infrastructure. ProfileUnity delivers a universal user profile that can span versions of Windows OS.  In addition, the solution provides advanced features to for granular control of user access to desktop resources, including application and user rights management and context-aware policies. LIquidware FlexApp feature delivers advanced Application Layering to allow admins to centrally manage applications, yet deliver them to users on demand. These solutions are available in an extremely cost-effective bundle called Liquidware Essentials.

These solutions are platform-agnostic and can support any Windows desktop operating on any desktop platform including physical, virtual or on cloud infrastructures, including Amazon Web Services or Amazon Workspaces, Google and Microsoft Azure.

Liquidware products are Citrix Ready, VMware-certified, and are available through a global network of partners.

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The company's Executive Team comprises veteran technology experts with decades of experience in Citrix and virtualization environments, who have lead the discussion around  best-practices and desktop optimization in the End-User Computing community.