Amazon Workspaces Overview “Amazon WorkSpaces is a fully managed, secure desktop computing service which runs on the AWS cloud. Amazon WorkSpaces allows you to easily provision cloud-based virtual desktops and provide your users access to the documents, applications, and resources … Continue reading →
The Stratusphere UX platform has always been about getting enterprises the data that it needed to make better decisions. This was often accomplished through dashboards and custom reports available to administrators. Additionally, the data within Stratusphere UX plays a key … Continue reading →
Microsoft WVD (Windows Virtual Desktop) will soon be generally available and a robust public preview is well underway. Customers familiar with virtual desktops, such as those running Citrix or VMware, may be early adopters. Many organizations are asking how they … Continue reading →
MICROSOFT POWER BI Power BI provides you with several analysis tools that give you an overview of your business and an indispensable insight into your data. The ability to create dashboards, interactive reports, and access data while on the move … Continue reading →
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Give me a lever long enough, and I can move the world. -Archimedes It sure has gotten interesting in the Windows end user computing space; even more so if you add the word “cloud” to that statement. Many of us … Continue reading →
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We’ve recently made Stratusphere UX 6.1.3 generally available. It’s packed with enhancements and features that support the complex and varied challenges experienced in today’s end user workspaces. The release provides enhanced visibility to the critical metrics and information used to … Continue reading →
I have spent most of my career discussing applications and how to manipulate them. It is safe to say that 2019 has seen some techtonic shifting in the application space. Microsoft, has surfaced (no pun intended) to mix it up … Continue reading →