XenApp Best Practice #4: The Right User Experience


Over the years, I've done quite a few wood working projects, like building a coffee table, end table, entertainment center, mudroom lockers, etc. Every project results in leftover pieces of wood. I dislike throwing perfectly good wood away, especially if it is large enough to make something. Last year, my wife asked me if I… Continue reading XenApp Best Practice #4: The Right User Experience

Windows 10 Optimization – Part 7: ICA


Were you planning to buy that? Nope. Of course, as you saw in my previous blog, my stupid lawn mower wheel snapped off with only 30 minutes left in the season! D'oh! Figured I would just head to the local hardware store and buy a new one. Guess what? Hardware stores in Minnesota don't sell… Continue reading Windows 10 Optimization – Part 7: ICA

XenApp Best Practice #3: Consistency


Back in my college years, I shared an apartment with a few other people.  One night, sitting in my room, at my PC, staring at the keyboard, trying to figure out how to complete a project for my COBOL class (yes, I'm that old). All of the sudden, I noticed some of the letters on… Continue reading XenApp Best Practice #3: Consistency

XenApp Best Practice #1: Keep Apps and Data Together


XenApp Best Practice #1: For the best user experience, application and back-end data must reside together on a fast, low latency network.   What if you decided to store your cooking pots and pans in the bedroom? Every time you wanted to cook some Mac & Cheese, you would have to walk through your house,… Continue reading XenApp Best Practice #1: Keep Apps and Data Together