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 have just announced the discontinuation of official RDP support for their remote desktop server, ThinLinc.
Cendio are proud to present ThinLinc 4.9.0, with more than 80 enhancements and fixes. The most prominent changes are:* The Windows client is now available in a 64-bit version, allowing ...
Cendio has announced the availability of ThinLince 4.9.0 Beta 1:
Listen to Cendio developer Pierre Ossman talk about ThinLinc and IGEL at the Disrupt conference in Berlin.
We will be attending the IGEL Disrupt Forum in Melbourne on the 13th and 14th of March, at the RACV City Club.
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.