In my last blog, (please read this first as it goes into the actual architecture of FlexApp and how it’s different) I said I’d talk about a specific example of why you cannot simply say ‘all layering is the same’. … Continue reading →
I was chatting with a customer the other day about FlexApp and they told me that “it’s a different kind of layering and I like it” – it’s not the first time I’ve heard that. This got me thinking ‘why … Continue reading →
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I’m excited to share this contributed post as it’s a topic and message I believe is quite important. In this new edition, end-user computing expert Peter von Oven writes of the user onboarding process and taking a user-centric approach to … Continue reading →
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Special Guest Blog Author: Symon Perriman (Symon@SymonPerriman.com, Twitter @SymonPerriman) Desktop virtualization (or “VDI”) has become commonplace for organizations which need to offload processing from their end user devices to managed desktops due to performance or security needs. Over the past … Continue reading →
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FlexApp has a lot going for it. Architecturally it’s very different than other layering technologies. This difference gives FlexApp a much better application compatibility percentage when compared to being able to dynamically deliver layers to Windows. A feature of FlexApp … Continue reading →
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A little while back, I posted about the SpotCheck Methodology and how it can be used to take a broad look at overall infrastructure and platform health as a means to provide a picture of resource usage and performance of … Continue reading →