Just the Apps


We get so excited with the thought of VDI, we often forget to take a step back and focus on what we are trying to do. Here is a recent example… We need to find a way to get an application to our users. Our first problem is that many of our users are not... Continue Reading →

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Begin your XenDesktop blueprint with your users


The users matter first. This is why we have a blueprint for XenDesktop 7 because we want to avoid starting wrong. We want to make sure that the first thing we focus on are the users. Think about it this way, when building a house, one of the first things you have to figure out... Continue Reading →

What are you good at?


I just got back from visiting friends who live about 2-3 hours away. Every time I take this trip, I decide if I will take the interstate or local highways. The interstate gets me there faster, but it is usually more stressful due to the number of people. Even though the interstate is faster, it... Continue Reading →

An Architect’s Guide to Desktop Virtualization


What does it take to be a desktop virtualization architect? Being able to say "It depends" in twelve different languages is a great start. English (American): It depends English (Australian): It depends English (British): It depends English (Canadian): It depends German: je nachdem Spanish: eso depende French: elle dépend Dutch: het hangt ervan Italian: dipende... Continue Reading →

New Citrix Visio Stencils


Note: These stencils are outdated. Use the latest Citrix Workspace Visio Stencils. Hopefully by now, you've heard of Citrix Project Accelerator. If not, I suggest you take a look at the following blogs: Citrix Launches Free Tool to Take Guesswork Out of Desktop Virtualization Playing 20 Questions with Project Accelerator By spending a little time... Continue Reading →

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