ControlUp Automation – User Input Delay vs Citrix ICA Round Trip Time (RTT)

ControlUp Automation – User Input Delay vs Citrix ICA Round Trip Time (RTT)

Posted By Trentent
How do you measure user experience (UX)? When I worked with end users I used various methods to measure the quality of their experience.  If the user was in close proximity, I would visit them and actually watch them work, otherwise I’d do some sort of screen share.  I found it amazing observing users work […]
Reading Between The IT Lines, Issue #5

Reading Between The IT Lines, Issue #5

Posted By Efrat
So, what’s hot and what’s not this week in the IT world? Join me for a quick tour of who’s who and who really isn’t. Citrix   Although it feels like Citrix is sort-of putting more focus on their new SaaS micro apps workflow and integration engine (a recent Synergy keynote and the new design […]
Zoom Into the Past and Foresee the Future with ControlUp Insights

Zoom Into the Past and Foresee the Future with ControlUp Insights

Posted By Dan Levtov
ControlUp Insights is a super useful interactive reporting and analytics platform, allowing you to get detailed accounts of what happened in your environment and analyze incidents post-mortem, as well as receive useful insights, analysis, recommendations and anomalies as to the state of your current infrastructure, regardless of whether you’re a Citrix shop, a VMWare shop […]
What Our Customers Are Saying About Us

What Our Customers Are Saying About Us

You may know Citrix Synergy as the annual assembly of thousands of Citrix users worldwide, but what you may not know is how many ControlUp’ers actually partake. What started as boothless Yoni Avital (COO) and Asaf Ganot (CEO) opening their laptops to demo ControlUp in front of unsuspecting Citrix customers has blossomed into a massive […]
ControlUp Automation – Session Timeout Per Application

ControlUp Automation – Session Timeout Per Application

Posted By Trentent
Server Silos  When I was a Citrix administrator, I hated having server silos.   I worked extremely hard to minimize the number of silos in our environment.  This made management of virtual machines easier, reduced configuration sprawl and made the environment more consistent.  This is a very big challenge, though. When you are able to […]
ControlUp Automation – Administrators Dreams come true

ControlUp Automation – Administrators Dreams come true

Posted By Trentent
Wow.  An amazing powerful new feature from ControlUp was released with ControlUp Real-Time Console 7.4.  Automated Actions. This article is going to dive into this exciting new feature and what it is capable of and what value it can offer. ControlUp Automated Actions has several different categories where it can improve the ability of an […]
Reading Between The IT Lines – Issue #4

Reading Between The IT Lines – Issue #4

Posted By Gadi Feldman
Howdy tech fans and welcome to yet another edition where I review what’s hot – and what’s not – in the IT sphere. Check out my latest impressions.   Microsoft This is a really great article about where and how Microsoft should expand its business in the SaaS-first world. And a very nice discussion about […]
One Giant Leap For ControlUp – V7.4

One Giant Leap For ControlUp – V7.4

Posted By Dan Levtov
ControlUp keeps the new and innovative features coming at a steady pace, and we all love the new and continually improving capabilities. But once in a while there will be a new release which is so profound, it makes a big splash. We believe ControlUp 7.4 is that one giant leap, and we hope you’ll […]
Reading Between The IT Lines – Issue #3

Reading Between The IT Lines – Issue #3

Posted By Gadi Feldman
So, what’s new in the IT pond this week? Let’s take a quick tour and find out what’s hot and what not – coming up…. EUC VMware is going to partner with Microsoft to extend the upcoming Azure’s WVD service with Horizon. Or in other words, Horizon users will be able to connect to WVD […]
Spring-cleaning vSphere Datastores using PowerShell

Spring-cleaning vSphere Datastores using PowerShell

Posted By Ton de Vreede
Datastores in any typical virtualized environment are critical components that hold virtual disks, snapshots, and other data that keeps your VMs alive. Like any storage, over time datastores tend to fill up, and when the percentage of used space reaches worrying levels it’s time to look for stuff that can be thrown away in order […]
Reading Between The IT Lines – Issue #2

Reading Between The IT Lines – Issue #2

Posted By Gadi Feldman
Welcome to the second edition of our roundup of what’s hot and what’s not in the IT world. Hope you enjoy the tour. Let’s get started: EUC You might tend to neglect it, but now is finally the time to pay serious attention to optimizing your VDI workloads. Link A new version of the beloved […]
Reading Between The IT Lines – Issue #1

Reading Between The IT Lines – Issue #1

Posted By Gadi Feldman
Welcome! Let’s do a quick round of all the movers and shakers of IT and see what we come up with. As usual a lot is happening and some of it is really great to know – so let’s get in the know: EUC Microsoft has been making  a lot of noise recently around the […]