10ZiG to Demo BCR via Experimental CER Feature in Citrix Workspace App on Linux-Based Thin Client at Citrix Summit 10ZiG Technology is demonstrating improved Browser Content Redirection using the Chromium Embedded Framework feature via the Citrix Workspace App on 10ZiG Linux-Based Thin Clients today at Citrix Summit 2020. ORLANDO, FLORIDA – 10ZiG Technology® is conducting live demonstrations of the Citrix Workspace App’s Browser Content Redirection (BCR) using Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF), displaying its performance improvements, on 10ZiG Linux-Based Thin Clients at Citrix Summit booth #502. In the recent release of Citrix Workspace App for Linux Version 1912, Citrix added support to BCR utilizing the experimental CEF-based engine. This enriches the… Read More »
IGEL today announced that Falkirk Council has implemented virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) to provide workplace flexibility and mobility for over 2,000 staff and to enable it to assess and rationalise its whole office estate to make better use of its building assets. Falkirk Council Introduces VDI and IGEL to Deliver Workplace Flexibility and Mobility for Over 2,000 Staff …£250,000 per annum saved as a rolling desktop PC replacement programme isn’t required… Reading, UK. March 27, 2019 – IGEL, a world leader in software-defined endpoint optimisation and control solutions for the secure enterprise, today announced that Falkirk Council has implemented virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) to provide workplace flexibility and mobility for over 2,000 staff and to… Read More »
Full article on eWeek Despite the popularity and longevity of Citrix, the application can be very challenging to troubleshoot because the environment can be complex. As an example, a WOW is typically connected over Wi-Fi, and when Citrix isn’t working, it’s difficult to distinguish between network and application issues. Once a problem been identified, how does one then understand which specific Citrix apps are performing poorly? Another task that’s difficult with legacy tools is getting alerted if the performance of critical applications hosted on Citrix is poor. These were some of the problems Northeast Georgia Health Systems (NGHS) was experiencing with its Citrix implementation. NGHS is a large health-care facility… Read More »
SAN MATEO, Calif., Feb. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — NComputing to bring Citrix Ready workspace hub to enterprises. NComputing showcase
NComputing will evolve their RX-HDX thin client into the Citrix Ready workspace hub, bringing innovation and use-case driven features to enterprises.
The Citrix Ready workspace hub by NComputing is an enterprise-ready software and hardware solution. Citrix Ready verification ensures that it meets the performance, security and manageability demands of an enterprise-grade zero client.
The NComputing RX-HDX thin client is available through authorized NComputing resellers with a MSRP of $119*. The Citrix workspace hub update will be available as a technical preview and available for download on March 31st, 2018. And, if you’re attending Mobile World Congress you can also see it in the Citrix booth.
With Citrix releasing their Receiver version 13.7, the gap between Linux and Windows has reduced. With the current release of the Praim ThinOX firmware, customers can now benefit from the latest receiver on Praim thin client hardware as well as x86 based devices with ThinOX4PC. The most important aspect of this latest client, is the provision of the EDT (Enlightened Data Transport) protocol, which has been part of the Windows Receiver since version 4.6 which was first released in December 2016. What does EDT, or HDX Adaptive Transport offer that makes this worthwhile? Read here: www.praim.com
Bauli, one of the most famous panettone producers in Italy, was founded in 1922; each year the company sells over 15 millions of its traditional Christmas panettones and pandoros, as well as its Easter colombas. As the company has enlarged into four manufacturing sites and 27 distribution centres, the complexity and IT difficulties have risen. To solve the problems Bauli implemented Citrix solutions to virtualise all of its applications and deployed Praim thin clients and ThinMan console across its locations. Read more: www.praim.com
Fujitsu Workplace Anywhere in Healthcare, powered by XenApp – Carea Finland
IGEL Technology today announced year-on-year growth of 78% in its sales of thin clients for the first three-quarters of the calendar year, with strong demand coming from the healthcare sector. Reading, UK. November 3, 2014: IGEL Technology today announced year-on-year growth of 78% in its sales of thin clients for the first three-quarters of the calendar year, with strong demand coming from the healthcare sector. “Many organisations are increasingly recognising the benefits of thin clients on the desktop, none more so than the healthcare sector,” said IGEL UK & Ireland Managing Director Simon Richards. “Our IGEL thin and zero clients work so well in a healthcare environment because they are… Read More »
Virtualization provides organizations with many costs savings and significant business agility. Among the most effi cient datacenter operators are service providers, such as Cloud Service Providers (also known as infrastructure-as-a-service) and application-as-a-service providers. Within traditional businesses, virtualization is powering a shift toward IT as a service. As an organization increases the level of virtualization and takes steps toward creating an internal (private) cloud, operating margins become a primary focus of IT departments. Similarly, cost and operational effi ciency represent the primary driver for leveraging external (public) clouds. Many organizations use the Xen hypervisor, while service providers often use Linux operating systems as they provide attractive cost models and operational fl exibility. These organizations excel… Read More »
Equipped with ExtraHop, the McKesson application hosting team found that failed DNS record lookups were adding significant latency to Citrix launch and load times. Each failed DNS record lookup took approximately five seconds to resolve, and some application launches triggered more than five of these lookups. By removing bad records, McKesson saw average application launch times drop from 40 seconds to 12 seconds—nearly 75 percent faster. BENEFITS • 90% reduction in mean-time-to-resolution (MTTR) • 75% improvement in Citrix launch and load times • Avoidance of SLA penalties • More than $660,000 in annual cost savings • Retirement of legacy infrastructure monitoring tools ExtraHop-McKesson-case-study Related Seattle Childrens Case Study Bitdefender-Enterprise-014-SolutionBrief-SVE_Citrix-letter-en_US-WEB21