Tag: Endpoint-Sicherheit

IGEL and eLumin are Bringing Secure Digital Workspaces to the Virtual Classroom

Written by: Simon ClephanPublished: June 7, 2019

Today’s students are the first generation born into the digital transformation age. They come to the classroom expecting the same speed and utility they have with their smartphones and smart watches. They also expect anytime, anywhere access to their school-related applications. What they don’t worry about is how their classroom endpoint device is delivered, or… Read More »

How to Configure Amazon AppStream 2.0 on Your IGEL-Powered Endpoint

Written by: Jeff KalbergPublished: June 4, 2019

Amazon AppStream 2.0 is a fully managed application streaming service that enables IT to manage desktop applications used by their organization and securely stream them to any computer. With AppStream 2.0, organizations can scale to meet any number of users across the globe without acquiring, provisioning, and operating hardware or infrastructure. Built on AWS, AppStream 2.0… Read More »

Don’t Fear the Zombie

Written by: Mathias HuberPublished: May 23, 2019

Processor vulnerabilities such as Spectre and Meltdown scared computer users in 2018. Now this type of weakness is back with Fallout, ZombieLoad and RIDL. Read what IGEL does to keep our customers safe. Speculative execution is a nifty trick that modern microprocessors use to do their work faster: Regardless of whatever branch program execution will… Read More »

IT Gets Fancy: Out of the Garage and into the Lab

Written by: Simon TownsendPublished: May 1, 2019

IT needs to evolve and the growing complexity of the endpoint estate is certainly a driver. Where once IT people were endpoint ‘mechanics’ keeping hardware assets running like a smoothly functioning automobile, IT is now a very different game.  The advent of endpoint software assets and sophisticated workplace analytics, the exponential growth of applications and… Read More »

Warum Linux die Welt regieren wird

Written by: Jed AyresPublished: September 12, 2018

In seiner Zukunftsprognose „Why Software is Eating the World” aus dem Jahr 2011 sagte Marc Andreessen voraus, dass einige Softwareprinzipien ganze Geschäftsmodelle revolutionieren werden. Grund dafür sei die Möglichkeit des Linux-Codes: Er erlaubt Offenheit und Kooperation, wie die Integration von Communities und bestehenden Ökosystemen. Daher sei Linux in der Lage, traditionelle Geschäftsmodelle nicht nur radikal… Read More »

Security: The Key to End User Computing Fulfilling on its Promise

Written by: Jed AyresPublished: August 9, 2018

As solution providers in the channel work to employ state-of-the-industry end user computing (EUC) solutions for their customers, security is a top-most consideration. For the channel, IGEL’s suite of endpoint security and optimization software and endpoints have been optimized to deliver secure enterprise computing, no matter where employees are working. Our channel partners’ customers are… Read More »

A quick trip to hospital, with a glowing endorsement of the IGEL way!

Written by: Luke FrostPublished: March 29, 2018

Hospitals are always slightly unnerving places, so it is a nice surprise to see old acquaintances while journeying through the healthcare system. My trip involved just a small elective procedure, so was not exactly life threatening, but with the thought of needles, monitors stuck to one’s torso, harsh artificial lights and, in true Monty Python-esque… Read More »

IGEL DISRUPT ANZ has landed, and the natives will never be the same…

Written by: Marc DoehnertPublished: March 19, 2018

Well, perhaps only partly true. But there are certainly a lot of technology partners, resellers, distributors and end-users who will go away with a lot of knowledge and enthusiasm about the end-user computing space both here and across the world. IGEL DISRUPT ANZ took place at Melbourne’s RACV Club over two very full days, encompassing… Read More »

IGEL Furthers Product Security with Meltdown and Spectre Fix

Written by: Matthias HaasPublished: January 12, 2018

(The following post includes new updates as of 2/2/2018) IGEL has acted quickly in response to the recently disclosed Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities with fixes released today. As background, Meltdown and Spectre affect computer processors, with Meltdown (CVE-2017-5754, critical) affecting Intel CPUs only, and Spectre (CVE-2017-5753 and CVE-2017-5715, high) affecting processors from Intel, AMD and… Read More »

Happy New Year! Meet Me at the Endpoint for a Virtual Toast!

Written by: Jed AyresPublished: January 3, 2018

The New Year dawns bright with expectation, the promise of a healthy and happy year ahead for all our partners in virtualization around the globe.  What will the year 2018 bring to us in the VDI universe? No one can predict 100 percent, but we have made some thoughtful educated guesses as to what we… Read More »