Articles Tagged with AppSense

AppSense Acquired by LANDESK

AppSenseOn Monday, LANDESK announced its plans to acquire AppSense. LANDESK is a well-known, stable technology company based in Utah, whereas AppSense has had several tumultuous years as it has sought to define its niche within the virtualization market. This pairing appears to be a good move for both organizations, with AppSense likely being the greater beneficiary.

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DesktopVirtualization

Will 2016 Be the Year of VDI — Sorry, EUC?

DesktopVirtualization

Who or what is EUC? In an industry plagued by TLAs (three-letter acronyms), EUC, or end-user computing, is the new nomenclature for VDI, or virtual desktop infrastructure. This is not just the emperor’s new clothes, but a redefinition of the paradigm of adopting a more inclusive view of the software, hardware, and processes that shore up the client side of corporate infrastructure.

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ApplicationVirtualization

UIAs: Whatever Happened to Them?

ApplicationVirtualization

A couple of years ago, UIAs (user-installed applications) were all the rage. AppSense had a product called StrataApps (and you can do it in Application Manager also), RES has native functionality that allows this, Unidesk can do it (admittedly in a slightly different way with its layering technology), Citrix was pushing Personal vDisk with its acquisition of RingCube—the list goes on. However, the actual use of UIA functionality has been limited, to say the least, and the response to it from IT departments remains frosty at best. Despite predictions that UIA requirements would become an integral part of desktop and (to a lesser extent) server virtualization projects, they seem to have quietly faded away. What happened to the UIAs? 

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ApplicationVirtualization

AppSense DesktopNow: Deployment without the Overheads

ApplicationVirtualization

AppSense DesktopNow remains one of the leaders in the User State Virtualization market, an important consideration for those deploying non-persistent virtualized desktops and SBC solutions. Besides the deployment of desktop settings and personalization, it also offers application management, user rights management, performance management, and a raft of other features around data and mobility.

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