One of the major issues with the current state of the end user computing environment is the number of identities a user is required to remember. Almost every service or application a user subscribes to requires the user create a new identity and password. With so many identities, almost all of us use the same identity/password combination to simplify our life. But relying on passwords is not the best approach. Certain applications and services will allow us to integrate some type of multi-factor authentication, but we now end up with multiple identities, multiple authentication approaches with each service using a … Continue reading Citrix Workspace Authentication: Overview
The latest Visio stencils for the Citrix Workspace, including Virtual Apps (XenApp), Virtual Desktops (XenDesktop), Citrix ADC (NetScaler), Endpoint Management (XenMobile), Citrix Hypervisor (XenServer), Content Collaboration (ShareFile) and Citrix Cloud. Citrix Visio 2013-2016 Stencils Citrix Visio 2003-2010 Stencils Citrix PowerPoint 2016 Icons Daniel (Follow on Twitter @djfeller) Change Log October 24, 2018 Visio Updated – Network Port Diagram – Citrix Cloud Updated – Cloud Logon/Launch Process Flow Updated – Conceptual – Virtual Apps/Desktops Citrix Cloud October 9, 2018 Visio Added Access Control service Added Analytics service Updated stencils with latest names June 5, 2018 Visio Added Workspace Added Identity Added … Continue reading Citrix Workspace Visio Stencils
For those of you who didn’t know, last week was BriForum and I was able to attend as a speaker and as an attendee. I think it was a great event, and I believe it was the largest one ever, so congratulations to Brian, Gabe and the TechTarget team.
What did I learn last week? I learned 10 things, which ironically fits nicely into this blog. Without wasting more of your time, here are the Top 10 Things I Learned At BriForum all for your enjoyment 🙂
10. Lou Malnati’s is great pizza and only 2 blocks from the hotel. Is there anything better than Chicago Deep Dish pizza? Continue reading “What I learned at BriForum 2010”