One of our favorite things at RES is to see our partners and customers willing to share their best practices and successes using our technology with the rest of the RES community. While we know lots of posts and content gets shared out there in social universe, we wanted to pull together a quick roundup of some valuable blog posts we’ve seen throughout 2016 coming out of the RES expert community. Special thanks goes out to our partners and customers who are willing to share their experiences with others.

In his blog post, Marcel Venema presents a new option for notifying users of potential issues in their workspace instead of a traditional message box. He walks through the process and even provides building blocks for a great way to leverage notifications from the Action Center in Windows 10 to give a better use experience when alerting a user to temporary problems.

On the topic of Windows 10, are you mapping out your Windows 10 plans yet? Check out this post from John Billekens as he shares some tips that he picked up while managing Windows 10 workspaces with RES ONE Workspace.

Chris Jeucken walks through how RES ONE Service Store can be a worker’s saving grace if they need to log off a locked Citrix session when trying to get back into their virtual desktop to complete time sensitive projects, especially afterhours when the help desk is closed. Automated self-service by RES saves the day in his posts that outlines the process for creating and publishing a service in the RES ONE Service Store for logging off of Citrix XenDesktop sessions.

If you are RES ONE Service Store and Citrix Netscaler customer, this piece by Heiko Verlande might be useful. He walks through some setting adjustments in his Netscaler VPX properties that reduced his login times by half.

Luke Irvine gave his blog readers a nice overview of RES ONE Workspace Core, breaking down what’s available to customers as part of the freemium offering we introduced earlier this year.

Earlier this month, Rob Aarts published a thorough overview of what became available in RES ONE Workspace 2016 SR1. Check out his post on LinkedIn here.

Keep the sharing going, RES experts!

*Following the launch of RES ONE Enterprise on February 21, 2017, RES ONE Service Store is now RES ONE Identity Director and RES ONE Suite is now RES ONE Enterprise.