Parallels Remote Application Server (RAS) features a winning combination of cost-effectiveness, ease of deployment and management, an easy-to-use interface, and most of all, seamless and sophisticated delivery. It publishes applications on almost any device, anywhere. These include PC, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Chrome OS, Raspberry Pi, and thin client. Parallels RAS is so […]
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The IT revolution has touched every industry, including education While the education sector was initially slow to adopt this transformation, it is now aggressively embracing IT and cloud technology, as evidenced by the rapid growth of tech-savvy educational organizations. This has created tremendous opportunity for the IT reseller business. The state of education in the […]
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Hyper-coverged Infrastructure Hyper-converged infrastructure is the latest buzz in IT circles. Thanks to virtualization and cloud computing technology, businesses are now able to integrate multiple IT components into a single entity to remove silos, optimize costs, and improve productivity. Converged and hyper-converged infrastructures provide this flexibility to businesses. This article looks at the differences between […]
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Get To Know the Citrix Product Lifecycle Matrix — You’re Going To Need It! Citrix is a leading provider of virtualization solutions for businesses of all sizes. During its 25 years in the industry, Citrix has partnered with technology giants such as Microsoft and Cisco to create highly secure and reliable virtual network solutions. Along […]
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How does Citrix work? Citrix is one of a few companies that offer comprehensive virtualization solutions to companies. Citrix products are built around virtualization technologies. Citrix software basically deploys applications and resources on a central server and publishes them to remote devices. Using the virtualization technology, Windows applications can be published to non-Window devices. Moreover, […]
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Members of the Parallels team will be attending and presenting at UCISA16 in Manchester from March 16–18. Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association (UCISA) is an organization designed to increase the value of education and educational initiatives by offering a more comprehensive way for students to learn, giving them access to a higher educational standard through […]
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For people who love security and open-source systems, Ubuntu is a favorite. According to the BuildWith website, there are 3,097,360 live websites using Ubuntu, which equates to 0.9% of the entire Internet. AskUbuntu forums reports that Ubuntu has 1-2% market share in most markets. Another interesting fact about Ubuntu from OMGUBUNTU survey is that Ubuntu […]
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Independent Computing Architecture (ICA) is a proprietary presentation services protocol designed by Citrix. This protocol enables you to convert any device into a thin client such that you can easily and cost-effectively access remote resources. It contains server component software, client software, and the network protocol component. The ICA protocol separates the application’s processing from […]
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