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The RES Technical Blog offers strategies and industry insights on today’s and tomorrow’s innovation. The RES blog will provide the latest updates on RES solutions and services and tips on how best to maximize your RES investment.

Getting VDI Right – The First Time

November 4, 2015

Although the pervasiveness of VDI never exactly met initial market expectations, we continuously work with customers who point-blank wouldn’t have met some of their strategic goals around mobility and flexible working without virtual desktops. Others have found a lot of value in the centralization and standardization that VDI offers. As « Read More

4 More Reasons For Workspace Virtualization in Healthcare: As If You Needed Them

October 29, 2015

I’ve been working at the intersection of healthcare and technology for years now – and I can tell you from experience that healthcare was an early and enthusiastic adopter of workspace virtualization. This had a lot to do with circumstances inherent to healthcare – such as roaming clinicians, relentless cost « Read More

To Wear or Not to Wear? That’s the Wearable Tech Question

October 28, 2015

Part 4 of the Desktop Disruptions Series This is the last post in our Desktop Disruptions blog series, highlighting the major disruptive technologies that IT will likely face in the near future. Our latest disruption – wearable technology. Wearables are certainly different than the changing landscape of OS systems, cloud-based « Read More

Overheard at VMworld Europe Booth 436

October 22, 2015

Last week I had the pleasure of flying to Barcelona and attending VMworld Barcelona as part of the RES Software booth crew. When I wasn’t taking photos of our booth fun-tivities like testing our Parrot Jumping Drone, I had the privilege to talk to IT professionals from all over the « Read More

RES ONE Service Store 2015 FR1 – What’s New?

October 21, 2015

By: Rob Aarts www.robaarts.nl Today RES Software released feature release 1. Lots of improvements and fixes are waiting for you! This blog will show some of the most important features and fixes. Overall improvements are: user input validation, tablet support for Android and iOS, RES ONE Automation Detection and expected time to deliver « Read More

RES ONE Service Store 2015 – Feature Release 1 Now Available

October 21, 2015

Today, we’re very proud to announce the availability of RES ONE Service Store 2015, Feature Release 1 (FR1). This release is full of tools to further enable employees to access the right resources at the right times for the right reasons. Giving organizations the opportunity to increase employee productivity and improve « Read More

Why Browsers Are About to Get a Lot More Complicated for Business

October 20, 2015

Part 3 of the Desktop Disruptions Series In previous posts, I’ve talked about the inevitable disruption that will be caused by Windows 10 and also explored some of the potential impacts of adoption of Office 365.  Today I’ll focus on the changing landscape of web browsers, and some likely implications « Read More

RES ONE Automation Security Modules

October 6, 2015

By: Rene van der Linden www.renevdlinden.nl When configuring a security role in RES Automation Manager (RES AM) it is posible to deny access to the content of the modules. When editing the permisions of the Module node in a RES AM security Role, a select box is shown. With the option “Limit « Read More

The Workspace Journey with Citrix + RES Continues

October 1, 2015

Citrix Workspace Cloud Comes to Life with Partner Blueprints As a long-standing Citrix Ready partner, RES is always looking for opportunities to help our joint customers deliver the most value to the business with their Citrix solutions by providing the most flexible and secure workspace for their workforce. Countless IT « Read More

Putting the Care Back in Healthcare

September 29, 2015

There are many reasons why hospitals and health systems all over the world would want better healthcare IT. But one of the reasons I like the best is that it can help end the tug of war that invariably takes place in so many healthcare settings. Here, I’m talking about « Read More