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Privacy

Avanite – A journey beneath the waves of the web

From the 8th until the 10th of June E2EVC aka Pubforum landed in Amsterdam. 150+ geeks off all kinds gathered. Some amazing products were presented during E2EVC, one of them I will discuss in this article. I attended a session by Avanite, both Liza-Marie and Francesco were present and I had a nice good talk …
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Sharing applications with Citrix XenClient

So here we are again, today I had some spare time that I filled with working on the CSDV smackdown… I decided to setup my demo DELL laptop and share some applications between virtual machine, because who doesn’t want to do that in their spare time….. The documentation about sharing applications is minimal, from page …
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Facebook – Contacts and Privacy

Hi, Today while creating a webinar we were discussing that Facebook isn’t that secure. The reason we thought it wasn’t that secure it that when you add friends, colleagues and business contacts they all can see all your posts. Also it might annoy them to see posts that don’t relate to them. We were so …
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VDI – SSO, not so secure….

After the initial post we discovered more security matters that you should keep in mind. !!!! This is not just a VMware issue, this is a issue with all VDI solutions, it’s because we want SSO for our users.!!!!!! The VMware View client has by default a 600 minute time-out in which the user credentials …
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