Investing in the UEM Partner Ecosystem

Posted by Simon Clephan on April 28, 2015  /   Posted in General  /  1 comment

If you’ve been following along on the AppSense blog and social media channels lately, you’ve likely seen us talking about our partners as much as ourselves. Solution providers and technology alliance partners play an essential role in our business, and the AppSense team has been blanketing the globe to drive

Web Installations Don’t Have to Be a Pain in the SAAS  

Posted by Paul Whalley on April 27, 2015  /   Posted in General  /  0 comments

  In today’s modern workplace, the volume of applications being delivered to users via a Web Platform is ever increasing. The traditional deployment model for on-premises software is expected to significantly shrink further from 34% today to 18% by 2017 according to Gartner. However, a major concern for today’s CIOs and

Simplicity Doesn’t Just Matter on Day One

Posted by Doug Lane on April 24, 2015  /   Posted in General  /  0 comments

Technology vendors love checking boxes on feature lists. We do it. Everyone else does it. And it actually does provide some value to IT buyers trying to assess various vendor options. The problem is that the strengths, weakness, and areas of parity among technology vendors are often very nuanced. Doing

When is Free a Risky Choice?

Posted by Jed Ayres on April 23, 2015  /   Posted in General  /  0 comments

The User Environment Management (UEM) market has been high profile recently. VMware bought a profile management product (Immidio) and today announced a new application bundle. Meanwhile, Al Monserrat left Citrix and now heads up RES Software touting their IT Store. So how do all these offerings compare and what makes

Application Manager 8.9 Updates

Posted by Gary McAllister on April 21, 2015  /   Posted in DesktopNow, General  /  0 comments

Application Manager 8.9 Today’s announcement of Application Manager 8.9 introduced several new features, such as Windows App Store support and customizable message boxes. We’ve also enhanced a number of existing features, such as device rules and self-elevation. AppSense’s “user-first” design philosophy ensures user experience is maintained as desktops are being secured. The

Better Together? Nope. Required.

Posted by Jed Ayres on April 16, 2015  /   Posted in General  /  0 comments

In my last post, I highlighted that the channel is central to AppSense’s strategy moving forward. Solution Providers play a critical role in turning products from industry leaders like AppSense, Citrix, and VMware into solutions to real world customer problems. Partners have a unique vantage point into what it takes

Welcome, Al.

Posted by Jed Ayres on April 08, 2015  /   Posted in General  /  7 comments

I’ve known Al Monserrat—the newly appointed CEO of RES Software—for over ten years, and I value his wisdom, experience and high-integrity leadership. I count him as a friend. So it’s especially exciting that we both joined companies categorized within the user environment management (UEM) market within the past week – AppSense

UEM is About More Than Personalization

Posted by Doug Lane on April 08, 2015  /   Posted in DataNow  /  0 comments

  Most customers find their way AppSense because they are trying to give their users the ability to move from point A to point B easily. Sometimes it’s a move from physical to virtual. Sometimes it’s an ongoing need to roam between different Remote Desktop Session Hosts. Sometimes it’s a

A Win-Win for Workers and IT (and your bottom line)

Posted by Bassam Khan on April 02, 2015  /   Posted in General  /  0 comments
Endpoint Security Webinar

More than ever, users expect their workspace to be available when they need it and where they need it.  They don’t want to wait while their bloated profile loads, while their desktop is unresponsive, or while IT fixes a corrupted profile.  They want the flexibility to download applications and customize

Advanced Logging for Personalization Server

Posted by Martin Hill on March 31, 2015  /   Posted in General  /  0 comments

  In this blog I’m going to discuss using advanced logging of Personalization HTTP traffic, with the goal of keeping life simple for those of us tasked with managing or troubleshooting Personalization systems. The communication between a single Environment Manager Personalization server and endpoints is relatively simple and requires very

DataNow- Electing to Exclude

Posted by Robin Rowe on March 26, 2015  /   Posted in DataNow, General  /  0 comments

  Today I’d like to talk about a couple of new, powerful features introduced in the DataNow 3.5 Windows client that offers administrative control over what data is allowed to sync (exclusions) and what data is excluded from being populated automatically in a user’s cache by default in automatic map points

Oil & Gas ICT Leader 2015 Event

Posted by Gareth Kitson on March 25, 2015  /   Posted in General  /  0 comments

Last week we had the pleasure of once again joining up with our friends Citrix, Lakeside Software, and Atlantis Computing to attend the Oil & Gas ICT Leader 2015 event in Aberdeen, Scotland. Over 200 IT leaders from the oil and gas industry attended the speaker and round table sessions to

Introducing AppSense Insight

Posted by Doug Lane on March 24, 2015  /   Posted in General  /  0 comments

  AppSense customers have a deep toolbox to solve desktop problems, but figuring out where to start is sometimes the hardest part. For example, it isn’t always obvious whether problems like slow logon times affect all users, or just a subset. And even if you understand the scope of the

The Ultimate Desktop Experience Roadshow

Posted by Gareth Kitson on March 23, 2015  /   Posted in General  /  0 comments

For years desktop virtualization has promised to be a silver bullet in end user computing. However many early adopters have struggled to realize the performance required in enterprise computing at a balanced cost with upfront CapEx being a barrier to adoption. With that in mind, AppSense, Atlantis Computing, Dell, Lakeside

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