With the new restrictions in place due to COVID-19, many people will be looking to work from home.
In light of the current COVID-19 crisis, Cendio has decided to put in place a fast-track licensing system for those who need it.
Cendio has announced the release of ThinLinc 4.11.0, see release notes here. There has been a lot done for this release, but two major contributions involve a raft of improvements...
Cendio will be sponsoring (and attending!) linux.conf.au on the Gold Coast this year, January 13-17. Last time was good fun and I expect this time will be no different.
Cendio have made a minor release of ThinLinc, v4.10.1. There are a handful of small fixes and improvements, but one thing to note in the release announcement is the existence...
Cendio has announced the release of ThinLinc version 4.10. This has been a fairly long release (~10 months), with a correspondingly large number of changes and enhancements.
This week we will be attending Multicore World 2019 in Welington, New Zealand, to discuss High Performance Computing (HPC).
Cendio are at linux.conf.au for the rest of the week, and promoting a campaign with the Restore Taranaki project to protect the flora and fauna in the region.
Cendio will be sponsoring linux.conf.au 2019, to be held at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand, from January 21-25.
Cendio have just announced the discontinuation of official RDP support for their remote desktop server, ThinLinc.