Citrix Synergy keynote from Mark Templeton started with The Who & is now over with great announcements for this year. The show is very exciting and inspires me a lot. I really love the open culture and things people do and talk. For all who are not able to visit or join the conference, I’d … More #CitrixSynergy Keynote – Executive Summary
Second post in this year, I need to continue to write more to my blog. Foto is taken before the post was written. Finally I have found my freedom with Apple and my MacBook Air. It took me some time to get used to the concept and found wonderful new features and user experiences which … More Last post: Freedom with my #Apple #MacBook Air
Number Crunching This blog got about 2,800 views in 2012. In 2012, there were 14 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 18 posts. There were 17 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 5 MB. That’s about a picture per month. The busiest day of the year was October 22nd with … More Blog Recap 2012: number crunching, attractions and personal summary
Revolution in Virtual Patrick’s universe – what happened? I had the privilege to be at Citrix Synergy in 2010 which was an extraordinary experience for me not only because I’ve been the first time in the US also because of being in San Francisco with so many IT folks around using Apple devices. At this time … More Ordered: #Apple #MacBook Air 13″ – my personal #BYOD experience with Apple
Geoffrey Moore (1995, Inside the tornado) once noticed the differences between visionaries and pragmatists: So who are you?!
With Windows 8 Microsoft introduced the new Companion Device License (CDL) for VDI. What does it mean? Great article from Gabe Knuth. Important to know: […] CDL allows employees to use up to four other devices (per primary licensed device) to connect to their virtual desktop, regardless of where they’re located. By “device,” I mean … More Microsoft Windows 8 Companion Device License (CDL) for VDI – what does it mean?
As users are getting more and more liberated through different kinds of wokstyles, IT technologies are merging together. IT consumerization and BYOD will be two main drivers. From my perspective three major topics are converging: 1. Laptop & Desktop PCs: PC refreshments and migration to new operating systems are classical drivers which won’t change in … More The Convergence of Virtualization, PCs and Mobile Devices