Everything SaaS ? The future of applications and desktops

Lately a lot of companies I visited or talked to are telling me they want to move away from local applications and even their entire SBC/ VDI deployment in favor of going completely SaaS + BYOB (Bring Your Own Device). Is this possible ? What about classic applications ? What about credentials and Single Sign On ? What about your own data ? In this

The SBC/ VDI Profile Cheat Sheet

Ever wondered which profile solution fits the best with your SBC/ VDI environment? With this SBC/ VDI Profile Cheat Sheet you can easily compare the different types and vendors of profile solution. So you can figure out for yourself which one will best fit your, and the end users, needs. Click here to download the .PDF I hope this was informative. For questions or comments

Scan Spectre and Meltdown Compliancy with Ivanti/ RES Automation

A few days ago (3th of January 2018) it was released that there are two structural flaws in the design of Intel, AMD and ARM cpu’s which can lead to security issues. The flaws are called Spectre and Meltdown. Read more about how they work here on the nytimes website. Since then Microsoft has released a great PowerShell script to scan if your system has been

Free XenServer VM’s Backup Tool and PowerShell Script!

Recently I wrote a blog about XenServer and Powershell commands this blog was also published on the Citrix Blog site here. With those commands in hand I wanted to create something that can be used by everyone who uses Citrix XenServer. To mind came a PowerShell VM Backup Script (invoke-XenBackup) and a PowerShell Forms GUI tool to also schedule your Backup of XenServer VM’s. The

Why you should use FSlogix Office 365 Containers and how to use them with Ivanti / RES ONE Workspace

These days we live in a non-persistent (RDS,VDI) workspace world. Devices run from one Golden Image and user data is saved in roaming, streamed or hybrid profiles. This has a lot of benefits, especially in the amount of management that needs to be done. But it comes with a big withdrawal and that is managing Microsoft Office 365 cache. In this blog I will explain

Scripting Citrix XenServer with PowerShell and Command Line

A few weeks ago I wrote a blog about scripting Citrix PVS. In this blog I will show the most popular commands for Citrix XenServer so that you can use them in your Automation Workflow. Because as always; AUTOMATE EVERYTHING! Citrix XenServer is Linux based so in the command line you can use Linux commands like ls-l or mount. But it also has its own command