This is how my workplace now looks like. As the MacBook Air is limited to two USB and one Thunderbolt connection it is hard to mix it with my existing equipment. Last but not least I have found further Accessoires like my passive 4 slot USB hub (a gift from former days) and was able to connect … More My #Apple #BYOD experience Part 3 – cable spaghetti and challenges
Three weeks full throttle – exciting & stressful times. I’ve been at Citrix Synergy, then one week at Citrix training prep for CCA/ CCIA exam, last week at the Matrix42 User Group in Frankfurt and three exciting days of our Matrix42 Bootcamp for Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop with our partners and engineers. For the whole … More My personal #BYOD #Apple experience – still some work to do (Part 2)
This year I had the privilege to attend a fascinating Citrix Summit & Synergy in Barcelona. Compared to the event last year in Barcelona and this year in San Francisco Citrix has a much stronger mission and vision statement complemented with its product solution. So what happened? The top topics and story from Citrix stayed the … More #Citrix Synergy Barcelona 2012 recap
It’s done, I made it, I ordered it, I bought it, now own it: The Apple MacBook Air 13 inch. This is my second day to introduce myself into the new world of OS X and to be honest, I thought it would be much easier. There are a lot of barriers to cross once … More #Apple in da house: My personal #BYOD experience
(Image Source: http://windowsteamblog.com/cfs-file.ashx/__key/CommunityServer-Blogs-Components-WeblogFiles/00-00-00-59-23-metablogapi/6201.Win8Logo_5F00_01_5F00_thumb_5F00_23669D8A.jpg) There have been so many negative press, tweets and prejudice in the last past month about Microsoft Windows 8: Windows 8 is an OS designed and build for desktops and now used for tablets – this won’t work out. Therefore it is not usable on both form factors. Metro design sucks; especially developers … More #Microsoft #Windows 8 – not too bad for the enterprise and #BYOD?