From the Document Division. Those following me on twitter (@RESguru) saw yesterday the release of the Reference Architechture document for RES Workspace Manager. This document is interesting as it covers many of the questions our partners and customers have had in regards to best practices, the Relay Server, diskspace consumption and bandwidth usage. The document also covers the complete solution scope, making it easier to understand where RES Workspace Manager fits in.
The document can be downloaded here:
From the Read-Between-The-Lines Department. Okay, so I got your undivided attention by tweaking an old movie title, didn’t I? Amazing. It seems a strategic lie here and there is all it takes to get peoples attention these days and maybe also their money – I figure I’d give the attention part a try with the headline! :-) The irony is that Lies and Virtual Applications is exactly what’s at the heart of today’s article. Interested? Read more »
From the Video dept. Here on the last day of the year, I am proud to present to you a set of new videos which has been produced by RES Software’s very own Swedish Master Chef :-), Mr. Patrik Zander. In these videos you can gain first hand experience with ITaaS (IT as a Service), the Zero Profile technology of Workspace Manager, and a really great primer on what User Workspace Management is all about. In addition to these 3 presentations, Patrik has also created a tuturial on setting up Zero Profiling.
All the mentioned videos are available here, in the RESguru VideoVault, mouse over the video previews below and click the one you want to watch:
Oh, and happy new year! That’s it! I’m not gonna blog anymore in 2010! :-)
From the old hats dept. Okay, so this is not exactly hot off the press, as it’s been sitting there for a while. However I thought I’d make you aware of this ebook, if you haven’t stubled over it already. A while back a friend of RES Software, Mr. Greg Shields of Denver, Colorado has written an interesting e-book called The Shortcut Guide to User Workspace Management.
Go check it out here
From the technote department. A new article RG02B has been posted to the Technote Library. This is a massive guide built from scratch, containing info on known registry settings which can be used to tweak the behavior of RES PowerFuse. The article currently has 35+ interesting settings which have been discovered reading through tonnes of documentation, releasenotes and the backs of cereal boxes. As more registry settings are discovered, they will be added to this reference document.
Click here to read the article