We will be attending the IGEL Disrupt Forum in Melbourne on the 13th and 14th of March, at the RACV City Club.
Well 2018 certainly started off with a bang, kindly bringing us the Meltdown and Spectre CPU vulnerabilities.
For the longest time I struggled to find a non-proprietary solution for calendar and contact handling.
This is quite an old video (ThinLinc 4.7.0 has been out for a while now), but I think it's a good demonstration of the work which has been put into...
Oracle's Sun Ray products have been slated for end-of-life for a few years now, but 2017 is really crunch-time.
Well, the concept of ransomware isn't exactly new. But the recent attacks involving WannaCry and Petya have certainly brought the fear of it back to the fore, especially in the...
In this episode of the ThinLinc animated series, Adnan Kandeel speaks with yours truly about the benefits of ThinLinc clustering.
In this episode, developer Samuel Mannehed discusses the HTML5 client, and how it can be used to connect to a ThinLinc session right from your browser.
Cendio have just released a new version of ThinLinc, 4.8.0. According to the release notes:
In the first installation of a brand new animated series from Cendio, sales and marketing manager Adnan Kandeel mercilessly grills developer Karl Mikaelsson on the upcoming ThinLinc 4.8.0 release.