deviceTRUST version 16.4 is Citrix Ready Certified

Posted by Sascha Goeckel on Feb 21, 2017 11:54:08 AM

With its version 16.4 deviceTRUST has successfully passed Citrix Ready certification. This strict certification process ensures that deviceTRUST is, and will remain, compatible with Citrix XenApp, XenDesktop and NetScaler solutions.

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Topics: Citrix, Citrix Ready, deviceTRUST, device context awareness

Top 4 Webinars of 2016

Posted by Brandon Lee on Dec 12, 2016 12:50:34 PM

Over the past year, FSLogix was able to put together some extremely insightful webinars with collaborations that extend from technical alliance partners such as deviceTRUST, uberAgent, and the Citrix User Group Community team. With their help, we're pleased to share with you our Top 4 Webinars from 2016.

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Topics: Citrix, webinar, Office 365, FSLogix Office 365 Container for Citrix, deviceTRUST, uberAgent, CUGC

Dynamic License Management and Application Access Control for Virtual Sessions

Posted by Brandon Lee on Nov 18, 2016 11:55:58 AM

Moderated by Dr. Benny Tritsch, this joint webinar with FSLogix Technical Alliance Partner DeviceTRUST, provides a deep dive into context aware endpoint devices and their effect on dynamic license management and application access control when combined with FSLogix. In other words, deviceTRUST provides monitoring of endpoints through context awareness and uses policy/admin defined triggers that provide FSLogix Apps the ability to control application access on those endpoint devices in virtual sessions. WATCH NOW

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Topics: license management, Image Masking, deviceTRUST, FSLogix, Application Masking

deviceTRUST - Dynamic Device Context Awareness

Posted by Benny Tritsch on Jul 11, 2016 12:37:57 PM

Only recently I became aware of a new player offering an interesting product that gives you real-time access to the system properties of the endpoint from which a user is currently connected to a remote Windows session. The company’s name is deviceTRUST (www.devicetrust.de/en) and they refer to their solution as “dynamic device context awareness”. In a nutshell, their product constantly monitors a range of settings and properties on the device that is connected to a remote Windows session. The result of the device assessment gets redirected to the associated user session environment on the host, allowing to respond dynamically to changing client device settings or conditions. A change in a monitored device property creates an event in the hosted session that can be displayed or that can be used to trigger a pre-defined action. As of today, the supported remoting protocols are RDP/RemoteFX and ICA/HDX. I personally started using deviceTRUST for collecting client-specific telemetry and configuration data before or while running remote end-user experience benchmarking tests. But then I figured that there are more use cases in security, compliance and user experience, which inspired me to dig a little deeper into how deviceTRUST works under the covers.

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Topics: Azure, endpoint monitoring, deviceTRUST, device context awareness

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