Tags: Community

UK Windows Virtual Desktop User Group – Landing Zones and Enterprise Scale considerations for WVD

This week I presented at the UK Windows Virtual Desktop User Group February Meeting. My presentation focused on Landing Zones (and their importance) and considerations around Scale for Windows Virtual Desktop. Thanks to Neil and Kirk for organising the meetup! My slides are available here.

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Creating a secure Home/Guest/IOT Wifi environment with Ubiquiti

As many of my friends and colleagues will know, I am a big fan of Smart Home/IOT technology – plugs, lights, sensors, cameras… I like automating things around the house – partly for security reasons, partly for reasons of making my life easier, but mostly because I enjoy working with technology! 🙂 However, I am well aware of the security implications of Smart Technology – and in particular the risks associated with placing devices onto a home network, where devices […]

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Introducing PowerScale – a community driven Smart Scale alternative!

As you may know, Smart Scale has been discontinued as of 31/05/2019. But – fear not, a community project now provides the same functionality. This project is the brainchild of Leee Jeffries (twitter/blog – well worth a follow/read for anyone working in the EUC space by the way!), and provides a simple to use solution, that provides a great replacement method that can save VM cost in Cloud Environments, with an on-premises control place. PowerScale can carry out the following […]

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XenDesktop Site Failover – asking the community…

Recently I’ve been doing a lot of work on large deployments that require active/active or active/passive setups, whereby options to fail over to a DR site are either required as part of the design, or presented as future enhancement to the customer. Most of these have been fairly open questions – “How can we achieve this?” for example. It’s a question that is almost completely subjective; it depends entirely on business needs, and what the available budget is. Subjective elements […]

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