In 2010, Dutch financial services company AEGON migrated with 3800 workplaces and 250+ applications to Windows Vista and Office 2007. What made this migration so special, was its turnaround: the project was carried out within 6 months; within budget and within planning. Although the project was already on its way, the cooperation with Login Consultants was crucial to its success. Because of that, AEGON decided to write down the case and share it with the world.
Door Leo van der Mee
How to prevent your enterprise from becoming exposed to security threats
How are you handling Windows 10’s ever-important upgrades? If your enterprise has missed the deadline for the Windows Update 1511, you may still have time to catch up. However, missing the next deadline – Windows 10 1607 – will mean serious trouble as your company will no longer receive Microsoft’s crucial security and performance updates. You have less than 100 working days left until you will be in the dark:which will be a real threat to your enterprise’s future.
By Ferry Stelte, Senior Consultant at Login Consultants
A frequently asked question I receive from customers is: “How many SBC hosts or VDI Desktops can run on one Hypervisor host?" Many customers have difficulties with Excel sheets or with a calculator to perform calculations on the amount of SBC-VDI machines that can run on one single Hypervisor.
Written by Bob Molenaar
I’ve been a consultant for almost 20 years. My recent experiences with Agile Scrum made me think of some of the infrastructure projects I have done and how Scrum could have made those projects easier. Scrum is known to have the best practices for software development projects, but the experiences I’ve had with Scrum, prove that this method is also a good way to manage infrastructure projects. I believe that Scrum can be used for more than just software development. In this blog, I’ll share 7 lessons I’ve learned using Scrum for infrastructure projects.
the perfect way to seal your Base Image
by Matthias Schlimm, November 2017
The Base Image Script Framework (BIS-F) is the perfect way to seal your Base Image. Whatever your environment has run Citrix XenApp, Citrix XenDesktop with PVS or MCS, Citrix AppLayering, VMware Horizon View, you must prepare your Base Image before you can distribute this Image to multiple devices. If you install your Base Image from scratch or update them with new software, for the sealing process of your Base Image run this framework (preparation), it makes it also unique if you booting up your cloned device (personalization).