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How Vulnerable is the International Space Station?

By: Sean Donahue So I was watching NBC’s Today Show, as I do every morning, and one particular segment caught my eye. Astronaut Karen Nyberg was being interviewed about a viral video she released on how she washes her long blonde hair in zero gravity. Now, as fascinated as I am with the hygiene of astronauts, […]

RES Automation Manager 2012 SR4

On April 8th we released Automation Manager SR4. Below you’ll find a list of the most important changes in this release. Please download the release notes from our support portal to read the full list of new features and enhancements.    New features: PowerShell 3.0. support: Automation Manager now fully supports Windows 8 and Windows […]

RES Workspace Manager 2012 SR2

On Wednesday the 6th Feb we released RES Workspace Manager 2012 SR2. Here follows a brief overview of what you can expect to find. However, if you want to know more details, please download the release notes from our Support Portal. This Service Release was a much anticipated release for our Citrix community, as it […]

Notes from the Road 11 – Microsoft User Experience Virtualization

Park City; It’s not just for skiing anymore. I think the best way to start this latest NFR blog is with a hearty congratulations to my old colleagues and friends at Microsoft. Earlier today they announced the much anticipated official Beta of a project code named “Park City”, or officially UE-V. User Experience Virtualization has […]

Happy New Year

By: Jeff Wettlaufer Happy New Year. Recently I guest blogged on about the upcoming year in our industry and what it means to the RES portfolio. Here are some highlights. With the increasing adoption of devices such as smartphones, tablets, touch sensitive screens and sub compact, ultra portable hardware, enterprises are going to realize that […]