Posted By Tom Fenton
March 19, 2020
Editor’s Note: this post is intended to help end-users unaccustomed to working from home to have a better overall end-user experience. Whether you are connecting remote...
Posted By Leeza Malachevsky
March 17, 2020
Editor’s Note: This post is from Leeza Malachevsky, ControlUp’s events manager. Last month I took the trip of a lifetime to Japan amidst growing concerns of novel cor...
Posted By Dennis Geerlings
February 25, 2020
The ControlUp Support Team tends to see actual use cases — not theoretical best practices, but how the product is being used in production environments. During a recent...
Posted By Trentent Tye
February 12, 2019
Using the ControlUp Logon Simulator gives you the ability to have proactive notifications when applications become unavailable to your users. Each run by the simulator ge...
Posted By Niron Koren
July 29, 2018
End-user happiness would decrease exponentially if your end-user had enough time to make a cup of joe while logging on.  Therefore, a crucial part of a good end-user...
Posted By Matan Nataf
August 07, 2016
Logon issues are part of the reality of any desktop virtualization environment. Since slow logons are rampant in virtual environments and have a negative impact on user e...
Posted By Zeev Eisenberg
June 27, 2016
One of the very popular pieces of information that ControlUp provides is insight into statistics of user sessions, especially profile load time during login. In this post...
Posted By Eugene
April 17, 2016
A global dataset of Windows logon duration statistics reveals average durations of various stages in the logon process. These global results can be useful as guidelines f...
Posted By Niron Koren
March 11, 2015
End-user happiness would decrease exponentially if your end-user had enough time to make a cup of joe while logging on.  Therefore, a crucial part of a good end-user exp...
Posted By ControlUp Team
February 03, 2015
This is the first in a  series of posts where we will review some of ControlUp’s unique features that ease and optimize some small, yet important tasks. In this post, ...