I’ve had the opportunity to present at BriForum for a few years now and this year the location for BriForum was in Boston (instead of Chicago). The food was fantastic, the presenters were talented, and the audience was as large as ever. Thank you to the Madden’s (Brian and Jack) and TechTarget staff for everything!
Spork – (noun) : a utensil that is a combination of a spoon and a fork While I spend most of my day working on a MacBook Air I do have a daily need to use Windows so about 2 months ago I ordered and received my Microsoft Surface Pro 3. Prior to this I used
I’m keeping this list for myself, perhaps others might use this list as well. Citrix (XenMobile) Good Technology VMware (AirWatch) MobileIron Fixmo SAP (Afaria) IBM (MaaS360) Symantec (Mobile Management Suite) Microsoft (Windows Intune) Amtel SOTI BlueBox BoxTone – acquisition by Good Technology announced February 2014 AirWatch – acquisition announced by VMware January 2014 Fiberlink – acquired by IBM November
I’m getting ready to make some new technology purchases and I thought I would share a little bit about what I’m looking at, what I’m leaning towards, and what hasn’t made the cut. If I buy a new tablet it MUST support LTE. For an ultrabook LTE is not a requirement. If it’s meant to
Perhaps you heard that last year, or the year before that, or the year before that…that it was going to be the “year of VDI”. The saying has become a joke among those in the desktop virtualization space. The high expectations of analysts, consultants, or the vendors who pimp their products has never reached the broad
Perhaps you’ve configured RDS 2012 and are using the new Active/Active Connection Broker technology. Perhaps like me you selected a name during the HA configuration for DNS round robin name that you no longer want to use? If you attempt to edit the Deployment Properties you won’t be able to change this value. Well this
First, I’m using VDI as a catch all term in this post for all Desktop Virtualization choices…I despise the term VDI, but I’m using it here because it’s the term I hear from customers most. I wrote a post earlier this year that was quite popular, “How to Fail at VDI”. The first reason I