Azure RemoteApp to Become Citrix XenApp Express - Unidesk Will Simplify App and Image Management

Posted by Tom Rose on Aug 25, 2016

While Desktops as a Service (DaaS) can provide infrastructure-free access to Windows apps, there are still challenges:

  • How to upload and manage custom Windows applications and images in the cloud.
  • How to provision unique applications to different users.
  • How to manage multiple Windows images and keep applications up to date.

Unidesk solves these challenges today for Azure IaaS and Azure RemoteApp. We also enable apps to be seamlessly migrated from on-premises VDI and XenApp/RDSH environments to Azure, without having to build new images or re-package apps. These are two of the reasons we won Best of Citrix Synergy for New Technology at Citrix’s annual conference in May.

Citrix XenApp, Azure RemoteApp, Citrix XenApp Express   |   Read this post >

Use RDSH and Unidesk to Solve Windows 10 App Compatibility Issues

Posted by TJ Racherla on Dec 2, 2015

A new announcement from Gartner confirms what most in the IT industry already know: Windows 10 is well on its way to becoming the most widely installed operating system ever. Microsoft estimates that 12 million business PCs are running Windows 10 and that it has been downloaded over 110 million times. Gartner agrees, predicting that 50% of all enterprises will have started Windows deployments by the end of 2016. What does this mean for enterprise IT?

Already, employees are bringing their own devices to work with Windows 10 preinstalled, and are expecting access to existing Windows business apps. This presents a major challenge for IT, as some older apps may be incompatible with the new OS. If your IT organization isn't ready to do a complete Windows 10 migration, how do you handle this Windows 10 app compatibility issue? With remote desktop session host (RDSH) technology and Unidesk app layering.

Citrix XenApp, windows 10, Microsoft RemoteApp, Azure RemoteApp, App compatibility   |   Read this post >
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