It’s never been a greater time in the history of humanity to witness the vast array of technological innovations evolving around us. Nothing probably captures more inspiration and awe than spaceflight, and SpaceX is a pioneer in attempting to make spaceflight a lot more affordable.
There has been a lot in the news lately about privacy and hacking. Everyone has read about whether Apple should help the FBI gain access to a locked iPhone that was used by terrorists. We also learned about the ransomware attack on a Hollywood hospital that paid $17000 to get back control of their computer […]
Don’t miss this great post from San Francisco based blogger Ritika Puri, published last month on TheNextWeb.com. The benefits of the cloud are clear: these technologies help companies scale efficiently, reduce costs, reinforce security and provide faster services to customers. With many new players entering the cloud market, businesses have a range of options to build their […]
Great healthcare security article from our technology partner Citrix, make sure that your organization is ready to tackle the challenges that are in store. A breach of patient data can be catastrophic, not only from a PR and public image standpoint, but to a hospital’s bottom line, as well. The AMA estimates–conservatively–that the cost […]
All publicly trusted SSL Certificates issued to internal names and reserved IP addresses will expire by November 1, 2015. In November 2011 the CA/Browser Forum (CA/B) adopted Baseline Requirements for the Issuance and Management of Publicly-Trusted Certificates, which took effect on July 1, 2012.
Resource Alliance, a leading national human resources solutions company, contacted Centrinet after a storm hit in late 2014, causing severe damage and power outages. The outages shut down their main server, prompting them to contract Centrinet for a long overdue environment overhaul. They had been experiencing performance issues with outdated end user devices and failing […]
I wake up to a city very different than Atlanta, to the sound of roosters crowing and the sight of guards changing shifts. My new home is Kampala Uganda, where my husband has accepted a position with a non-profit organization for the next two years. Last year, if someone had asked me if I’d be living […]
Mark Ma, our Senior Systems Engineer and Citrix SME, recently published a case study on ServeTheHome. ServeTheHome is dedicated to helping professionals and enthusiasts take their first leap into home and small business servers. Visited by thousands of people daily, ServeTheHome features content from a great community that uses STH as a focal point. Case Study Preview […]
There’s a lot of debate in the engineering community on whether to use Provisioning Services (PVS) or Machine Creation Services (MCS) when deploying a VDI solution. There are clear differences between the two technologies, and depending on the type of deployment, important factors to consider when choosing which one to use.
Do you need to increase the size of your vDisk in order to allocate more space to your OS drive? Follow these simple steps to complete the process on a Windows 2008 R2 server and above.