Virtual Desktop Platform Shootout, Part 1 of 4
Other Related Blog Posts: 2 of 4; 3 of 4; 4 of 4 Author: Jamie Engelhard, CTO Contributor: Michael Rocchino, IT Support Specialist Earlier this year a large Philadelphia based law firm engaged Helient to help them identify the optimal solution for a planned 1500-user virtual desktop deployment across their 21 offices worldwide. Faced […]
Netscape Plugin API D-Day is Coming!
Author: Will Fulmer, Chief Engineering Officer NPAPI, or the Netscape Plugin API, is a framework used by many browsers for 3rd party plugin integration. When a webpage contains content that cannot be handled natively within the browser, a third-party plugin is enabled and it then becomes responsible for interpreting and executing that content. Over the […]
Moving to Disaster Recovery in the Cloud
Author: Michael Trantas, Sr. Solutions Architect With traditional disaster recovery solutions, businesses have to spend quite a bit of time determining what their budget can support and make the difficult decision of determining which applications and servers will be covered in a failover situation. While users of automation tools, such as VMware’s Site Recovery Manager, […]
Implementing NetScaler EPA
Author: Jamie Engelhard, CTO A client of ours recently made a strategic decision to move away from a VDI initiative and instead provide all their mobile attorneys with super-fast, ultra-light laptops and SSL VPN access to their backend applications and data. Since this shift dramatically expands both the attack surface and the number of vectors […]