Also: A closer look at Idaptive, AetherPal, Google accounts, and client virtualization; and other notes from the week.
Archives for Desktop Virtualization
Part 1 examines why type-1 (bare metal) hypervisor is the way to go, and uses XenClient XT as an example of why early efforts failed.
Next-Gen Access Cloud has a new architecture, and Idaptive will continue to expand its machine learning capabilities.
Also: Jamf growth; mobile SSO; Chrome extensions; cloud gaming; Windows Sandbox; VDI performance; Mosyle; iOS 12.2; and more!
Install questionable or untrusted apps and open suspicious attachments in Microsoft’s new virtualized container: Windows Sandbox.
Will it work and bring a form of remote computing to the masses? Who knows! But we can anticipate some of the questions that will come up.
Evidently, just because your desktop is in the cloud doesn’t mean it will always perform at its best.
Also: Jamf Connect; Defining conditional access; MSIX; iOS apps and BYOD; MTD data from Symantec; Citrix earnings; IGEL; CloudJumper growth, and more.
How do we put together the “any-any-any” message we’ve been hearing for years? With access policies that take the device, user, app, risks, and other factors into account.
Incoming CEO David Canellos has a background in the cloud/web/SaaS security space, which is indicative of the potential in Ericom Shield.