“Stripping away the chase for the latest shiny object and getting back to basics, talking about problems and helping find solutions”, that’s how the Something Something Cyber podcast describes itself. At the end of 2020, our COO Steven Dewinter talks with hosts Dr. Chase Cunningham and Bill Thrash about Awingu’s place in the cyber security… Continue reading Awingu at the Something Something Cyber podcast
Awingu had the honor of being the first guest of the second season of the EUCdigest podcast, in which various industry experts come together to talk about new technologies and IT challenges facing organizations today – and, as the name suggest, there’s a particular focus on End-User Computing. In 60 minutes, our CMO Arnaud Marlière… Continue reading Awingu on the EUCdigest Podcast
Zero Trust (ZT) is probably one of the most talked-about topics, terms, or buzzwords on the cybersecurity market today. If you have attended any conference across the globe in the last 2 years in the cyber circuit, it is highly likely that you have run across this Zero Trust “thing”. But what is Zero Trust?… Continue reading Zero Trust: the New Normal
How to enable remote access to pc rooms? What is the state of remote access in education? COVID19 is hitting all industries globally, not in the least education. Depending on geography and what school system the impact can be very different. Some schools simply closed down, in other cases they focused on giving remote classes… Continue reading Give students remote access to school PC rooms in no time with Awingu
This is the third entry in our ‘homeworking’ blog post series. Read part 1: productivity and part 2: healthy employer & employee relationship. As homeworking became the norm over the past 5 months, there is reason to believe that the attitude towards ‘where work can and/or should happen’ has changed drastically. If anything, the COVID-19… Continue reading Homeworking is the new normal – part 3: post-COVID will bring a new equilibrium on where we work (home & office)
These figures have been updated to reflect the new pricing model introduced on October 28th, 2020 As a concept, “Bring Your own Device” already exists for a long time. Especially for mobile devices (smartphones) and now more and more for laptops as well. Why especially now? The COVID-19 outbreak really increased adoption of ‘WFH’ (work… Continue reading BYOD and Awingu reduce end-user computing TCO with 44%
This is the second entry in our ‘homeworking’ blog post series. Read part 1: productivity. Although working from home has been on the rise for years, the COVID-19 pandemic forced many organizations to provide their employees with the necessary tools for homeworking basically overnight. Often, the situation was unprecedented: many branches that previously only worked… Continue reading Homeworking is the new normal – part 2: healthy employer & employee relationship
Awingu appliances come with an Anonymous Usage Reporting (AUR) function. This reports anonymous data of the usage of the Awingu platform. A (small) subset of our customers have this active. Yet, we have enough data to talk about relevant insights. As you can imagine, we closely monitor this data, as it gives us insights in… Continue reading Data analysis: COVID-19 increased Awingu usage with 300%
In this blog post, we’ll try to put some structure in RDS and VDI licensing and explain some of the main concepts and options. Just to be sure: by no means will this be a complete reference. Yes, even in this 2000+ words post, we will (need to) cut some corners.
Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol has been around for 20 years, but even avid users still only have a vague understanding of the concept and its applications. In the Demystifying RDP series, we try to cover the basics.