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October 24, 2018

IGEL: Thin is the New OS

With another release of Windows 10 (1809), to date, there have been seven releases! How much does Windows cost you per year; to manage, to patch, to break/fix, and to update? The question you need to ask yourself is: Why are you using a Windows device to connect to a […]
October 18, 2018

Move Over Windows 10, Thin is the New OS

Another fall is upon us, and with that, we are graced with another release of Windows 10 but not without a few bumps in the road. The Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) was slated to release on October 10th but got plagued with issues: “Microsoft cites problems with […]
April 4, 2018

IGEL UDC: Why Toss When You Can Revive Those Old Devices

I was recently talking with a customer the conversation went like this: Customer: “I cannot consider IGEL because I bunch of older Wyse devices. I love their devices but do not want to have a mismatch of devices.” Me: “Have you heard about the IGEL Universal Desktop Converter (UDC)?” Customer: […]
December 20, 2017

Make or Break: Five Companies to Watch in 2018

This year flew by and was a busy year in technology! In the coming weeks, I am going to write a few blogs to recap the year. As a partner, I come across a lot of great companies, and I can present solutions to my clients that fit their needs. […]
November 17, 2017

Don’t Toss Those Old Devices, Transform Them

I recently blogged about how to “Secure the Rogue Workforce with Ease” with the IGEL UD Pocket. Now, let’s focus on how to deal with outdated devices, incompatible operating systems and uncooperative existing thin clients. Before you consider tossing or donating your old assets, transform them. No, I do not […]
November 13, 2017

IGEL UD Pocket: Secure the Rogue Workforce with Ease

Security is top of mind for everyone these days, from the CISO all the way down to the end-user. The recent Equifax breech spooks the end-user, and the CISO is hoping a ransomware attack does not happen to his/her organization. Layer in the complexity of ‘bring your own devices’ (BYOD), […]