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    Endpoint Verification Testing

    Endpoint Verification Testing

    What if you could ship a device to your employee and verify that applications and connections work properly before the employee starts using the device?

    For me, it would speed up the onboarding process tremendously. Not only that, but I could ensure better results, which is always the ultimate goal in a good IT process.

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    The VDILIKEAPRO – State of the Union 2021 Survey Results

    The VDILIKEAPRO – State of the Union 2021 Survey Results

    Do you sometimes wonder where the EUC market is going, what products your peers are using, and perhaps what are the biggest challenges?

    Well, I do, and it turns out a lot of you do as well as more than 1,600 people from more than 60 countries have participated in the State of End User Computing (EUC) market survey 2021. Since 2012, we have conducted similar surveys.

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    Announcing Login Enterprise Release 4.5

    Announcing Login Enterprise Release 4.5

    The virtual user persona and finding a black hole in the universe of session-host farms.

    Hey folks! The product team wanted you to know that we recently released Login Enterprise version 4.5.11 to general availability. The two new features being released are persona-based testing through application grouping and identifying problematic hosts in server farms.

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    [Press Release] Login VSI Releases Next Version of its Automated Testing Platform

    [Press Release] Login VSI Releases Next Version of its Automated Testing Platform

    Login Enterprise 4.5 Eliminates Business Standstill Caused by Unplanned Changes to the Digital Workspace

    Boston, MA, and Amsterdam, Netherlands (April 15, 2021) – Login VSI, the company dedicated to maximizing the end-user experience, today announced the general availability of Login Enterprise 4.5. The new release tests and detects any issues in the Digital Workspace – before the end-user experiences an outage.

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    [Press Release] Ten Tech Leaders Form the Digital Workspace Ecosystem Alliance to Help Organizations Navigate Remote & Hybrid Work Solutions

    [Press Release] Ten Tech Leaders Form the Digital Workspace Ecosystem Alliance to Help Organizations Navigate Remote & Hybrid Work Solutions

    Alliance Aims to Simplify the Evaluation of Digital Workspace Technology So Organizations Can Focus on What They Truly Need

    CARY, N.C. (April 6, 2021) – Ten technology leaders have joined forces to launch the Digital Workspace Ecosystem Alliance™, an organization committed to providing vendor-neutral education and resources so organizations of all sizes can develop a tailored strategy for enabling secure remote & hybrid work. Initial members of the Alliance include Cameyo, appCURE, deviceTRUST, directprint.io, Fortinium, IGEL, Login VSI, PolicyPak, Tehama and Tricerat.

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    LoginVSInsights: March Newsletter

    LoginVSInsights: March Newsletter

    In March’s monthly newsletter, we discuss being cited as the industry-standard virtual desktop load testing tool by AMD.

    You can also find out about our upcoming Finance Symposium where a panel of experts will discuss how automation is changing financial institutions. We also offer some tips and tricks for workload templates as well as recap last month’s news, blogs and reference architectures. Read on to learn more.

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    Next Level of QA Automation

    Next Level of QA Automation

    Update resume could very well have been an item on my to-do list every time I had to update any of the images in my VDI environment.

    I had what I thought was the perfect design, proper hardware, the right desktop virtualization solution, and the right software distribution technology; I even had multiple people I could blame in case things went south. What could go wrong, right?

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