Posted by Rory Monaghan on Aug 8, 2017 10:24:32 AM

I had the recent opportunity to contribute to the first ever GeekOut365. This a great new community platform for video on demand sessions from past BriForum conferences, as well as new content such as my in depth look at the various different application virtualization, layering and container products on the market today.

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Topics: Application Virtualization, layering, GeekOut365

The Challenges for Software Developers with Modern App Delivery

Posted by Tim Mangan on Apr 25, 2016 9:28:58 AM

This White Paper is available to help a Software Vendor understand how their business customers implement the software packages that they buy, why they are so frustrated, and what you can do about it.

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Topics: App-V, Application Virtualization, layering, AppV, Centennial

New Video: Tim Mangan Explains Layers, Masks, and App-Virt

Posted by Tim Mangan on Jan 5, 2016 6:03:11 PM

Over the holidays, I created a video explaining the technologies used in application and desktop delivery.  It’s just about 7 minutes, but should help you understand where the different products fit in.

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Topics: Application Virtualization, layering, Application Provisioning

BrianMadden: FSLogix's new features are the features to beat

Posted by Brad Rowland on Jul 10, 2015 10:36:42 AM

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Topics: Application Virtualization, layering, Brian Madden, BrianMadden

Is Layering the Future of User Profile Management

Posted by Benny Tritsch on Apr 28, 2015 2:50:00 PM

"Traditional profiles are dead, long live layered profiles!"

This article has been in my pipeline for quite a while, and after talking to a number of subject matter experts I thought that now is the time to finally publish it: When dealing with virtual Windows desktops or remote user sessions, profile management and personalization pops up as a discussion topic or a pain point on a regular basis. This has not changed since 10 years and it is independent of the underlying virtualization or remoting technology. As a rule of thumb, once or twice a year, Windows user profile management is on the agenda. But things have changed over time. A couple of years ago, it was all about maintaining the EXACT layout of a user’s desktop. Moving application icons by a couple of pixels or removing the custom wallpaper may have resulted in seriously angry users. Typically, this is not the case anymore since users are used to having access to other personalized “desktops”, like their tablets or smartphones. They have learned how to deal with different background images and user interface element locations. But still, user profile management is a hot topic when it comes to maintaining application-specific settings across various work-related Windows desktops.

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Topics: VDI, RDSH, layering, containers, profiles

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