Do you have a pooled virtual desktop (VDI) environment and feel your logins can be faster? I recently wrote an article explaining how Folder Redirection & GPO can cause login performance bottlenecks for pooled VDI environments.
AppSense is excited to be attending DellWorld for the fifth year in a row. We’ve always made great connections with customers, prospects and Dell personnel at these events. Plus, spending a few nights in Austin for the “bat” experience and the Rock and Roll is a pleasure. AppSense will be
In an AppSense sponsored research project Forrester Research sought to discover the greatest contributor to a successful virtualization project. Would it be support for BYOD/work anywhere, user experience, level of spend, or something else?
Today marks my tenth Anniversary at AppSense. Before my career here I used to work for an AppSense customer (Sita/Suez) where I used the solution to maintain a highly complex, multiplatform environment in a simple way by using AppSense to separate the user from the underlying infrastructure. Excited by the
AppSense Connects with Nutanix .NEXT On Tour. The Nutanix .NEXT On Tour kicked off on August 18th, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency in Scottsdale, Arizona, and will continue on to 99 more cities across 36 countries. The event is geared toward bringing together IT industry leaders & professionals who missed
AppSense takes our position as the leader in UEM very seriously, and when you may need to ‘look under the hood’ of Environment Manager it’s important that we provide the utilities to debug in a low impact, effective manner.
HASSELL, a multidisciplinary design practice with offices in Australia, China, Singapore, Thailand, and The United Kingdom needed to solve a problem. How could they improve the way they delivered workspaces to their designers, who require powerful machines to handle the intense, 3D design tools they work with daily?
Australia’s ME Bank has seen major productivity benefits from implementing AppSense DesktopNow to manage user environments. Reducing user logon times by one-third and reducing their IT incident rate by two-thirds as a result.
Keeping employees happy and productive brings constant challenges. Physical PCs operate side-by-side with virtual desktops, remote desktop session hosts, and desktops as a service (DaaS).
Logging on to a PC or virtual desktop is the first thing your users do everyday. Ensuring that your users can hit the ground running with a responsive user experience is more important than keeping up the coffee supply in the staff kitchen. (OK, maybe not that important.) Long logons also impact
Windows 10 is around the corner and solutions providers no doubt are already getting inquiries and concerns from accounts about migration issues. It’s great fodder for reviewers debating its relative superiority — or lack of — to Windows 7. Adding to the fun is the critical take on Windows Mobile
Users are complex and unpredictable. When it comes to computing, they crave freedom, personalization, and convenience, but they also expect IT to deliver a responsive and well-managed desktop at all times. Here are the top six reasons that it pays to get user experience right: Users want a seamless experience across devices
As July begins, many organizations have just wrapped up their financial year. At this time of the year, we speak to many clients who are in one of two positions: 1) Some money left over at the end of the year – spend it or lose it, and 2) Unbudgeted software
AppSense is excited to be a Silver Sponsor for the 2015 Citrix Mobility Conference at the Hilton on Tuesday July 7th in Sydney Australia. If you don’t already have your ticket for the conference make sure to register here and join the AppSense team at what will surely be a great
We hear a lot about user experience these days in IT. People say “It’s all about the user…”, or “The user experience is the most important thing.” But how do we really understand the user experience and make strides towards improving it? Here’s my view based on years of experience helping clients help