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Security Tip: Low-Pain, High-Gain Whitelisting with IBM Endpoint Manager

If you’re responsible for security at your organization, you probably face two challenges: 1.   Mitigating the growing range of internal and external threats your organization faces. 2.  Stretching the limited resources you’ve been given for the job. With IBM Endpoint Manager—and a little help from RES Software —you can do both.   Why Whitelisting […]

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Desktop Background “Fill” & “Fit” in RES Workspace Manager 2014

In RES Workspace Manager 2014 SR2, we have introduced more options to add a better workspace experience for our users. Over the years, Microsoft has changed the desktop background functionality in Windows quite a bit with some options only available for Windows 7 and higher, and other options that only work on Windows 7 and […]

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RES VDX 2014 – Clipping Mode Explained

Nowadays, a lot of customers are using remote sessions and would like to use their locally installed client applications within a remote session. RES Software developed RES VDX to give users the possibility of using locally installed applications within their remote desktops. This technology is called “reverse seamless.” To accomplish this, RES VDX uses a […]


Re-Inventing the Healthcare Wheel around the World

By: Doug Coombs Guest Blogger BORED! Generally, I try to start a blog with an entertaining story, metaphor, or both. In this case it came together a bit differently, so please don’t let the first 150 words or so stop you from getting to the interesting metaphor below. Over the past few months, I couldn’t help but […]

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Resolving the Healthcare Service Desk Conundrum

By: Ward Priestman Healthcare IT Consultant, Priestman Consulting Technology can be incredibly frustrating when it is out of step with evolving user requirements. For hospitals, dealing with challenges over printing issues, accessing records, and login faults can be excruciating; not to mention the additional pain points of requesting software and hardware because hospital personnel typically have […]