End User Computing

Tuning Windows 10 Part 4: Deploying the golden image

There has been a popular request for this article, in the series I was writing number four was missing. I thought, and boy was I wrong, that no one would be interested in reading about a deployment of a Windows 10 image in a virtual environment. The series This series consists of a couple of …
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VMware Workspace ONE – howto configure SSO for Amazon Web Services

VMware Workspace ONE is one of the markets most advanced portals. I’m working on some large implementations and I thought it might be handy to post things I ran into. VMware offers a good overview how to integrate several services with Workspace One. Find the link to the page right here – Reference guide – …
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Securing the Workspace Part 2: A few security basics for your Workspace

Security is a chess game, we on one side and the bad guys on the other. In my previous Workspace related article I discussed whether we should chase bad or ensure good. In this blog I’d like to get a bit deeper with the options we have to ensure good. Like I also mentioned in …
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FRAME, a quick look at a Cloud-born application delivery platform

Application delivery over the years has changed dramatically. We moved from local execution to a central one and from that central one to a Cloud-based one. The last step however going from central to Cloud is still something we struggle with. For more than a decade we’ve been told that within the next five years …
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Goliath Technologies Availability Monitor renewed – A first look

As I wrote in previous articles, logon simulators or availability monitors are important assets in any modern infrastructure. Goliath Technologies was one of the vendors with a solution for this, they were one of the first to offer one. Recently they released a new version of it, the Availability Monitor. The console and product have …
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