Tag: Windows

Inspired Innovation for Cloud Workspaces

Written by: Casey CheynePublished: July 15, 2019

IGEL for WVD at Microsoft Inspire – and So Much More! It’s IGEL’s goal to support any cloud, any device, anywhere. And this week, at Microsoft Inspire, we’ll be showcasing how our next-gen edge OS for cloud workspaces is making it easier for customers who want a Linux endpoint to adopt Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD).… Read More »

Linux OS on Endpoints Outpaces Windows in 2018

Written by: Simon ClephanPublished: June 27, 2019

Linux has reached an exciting new milestone. For the first time ever, Linux surpassed Windows shipments on thin clients in 2018. The study, conducted by IDC, also found that Linux on the endpoint is the fastest growing OS. But we’re not surprised! A number of trends are driving the need for a more secure, more… Read More »

Windows Virtual Desktop – Is it the Missing Piece?

Written by: Simon BinderPublished: December 11, 2018

The following is a guest blog post from Simon Binder, Microsoft MVP – Enterprise Mobility and Principal Solution Architect, Digital Workplace, ATEA. Simon will be a featured speaker at this year’s European DISRUPT EUC 2019 conference in Munich. If someone had asked me a few months ago what I would think about a multi-session Windows 10… Read More »