I’m going to begin this blog with a warning… It’s important that I highlight the fact I may be preaching here—I’m quite passionate about the subject matter, and I believe much of what I’m about to say is aimed at those who are also preaching at you.
Who among you has not seen an article or email with a subject along the lines of, “Top Five VDI Critical Success Factors” or “10 Tips to a VDI Nirvana.” Maybe it’s the circles I run in, but I tend to get a few of these in my inbox each week. Some of them have pretty good nuggets of information. But most are aimed at getting you to look at some exotic, unitasking technology that will cure what ails you. Continue reading →
I often get asked about our Folder Redirection feature-set in ProfileUnity. The most common question about this is, “How is ProfileUnity’s Folder Redirection better than folder redirection with Microsoft Group Policies?” Folder Redirection is just one of ProfileUnity’s many feature-sets but it is a powerful ally for today’s System Administrators. Continue reading →
What is a BAD application?
We consider bad applications those applications that store user settings in places the user does not have rights to out of the box and traditionally you would have to give the user administrative rights to tame these bad applications. But with ProfileUnity, we have a better way to not repeat the mistakes of the past when moving to VDI and strip away the administrative rights the user once had. Continue reading →
I come from a small town, but I have always tried to think big thoughts. I think we should all challenge ourselves to think things we used to dream impossible — it’s where the innovation and the magic come from. Continue reading →
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