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AppDetective6
LANDESK, the "innovative" company that had icons on your corporate desk in the 90s.
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Kevin Goodman Since 1985!
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Brad Rowland lol
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Dan Brinkmann4
impressed with the network level controls that Kenji and Rory have been showing off with Turbo, more thoughts on use in the enterprise?
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stevegreenberg awesome potential
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Thomas Poppelgaard commercials ;) commercials... guess its time to get my hands dirty on Turbo
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stevegreenberg go TPOP!
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AppDetective @_POPPELGAARD Who else thinks that Turbo is seen as a competitor to App-V? Citrix and Microsoft should be cringing if tradition is held.
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Dan Brinkmann network level controls including VPN at an app level would provide new models for deploying internal apps to BYO machines
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Andrew Wood always liked Spoon; came across it in innovative enterprises. Turbo is definitely a boost on that
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Kenji Obata our impression -- people think it's almost its own product
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Kenji Obata IP allow or IP restrict + auto-maintained layers (ad blocking, block social networks, etc) tremendously useful
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Brad Rowland4
Interesting note about Softgrid and game streaming. Thinstall was originally in games, AppStream originally streamed java internet apps - were Stream Theory and Endeavors also originally game streaming?
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Andrew Wood games is where the money is/was
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Dane Young I'd be curious if there's been any surveys of % of people in IT and tech in IT/Enterprise that started in PC Gaming
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stevegreenberg interesting commonalities
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Tal Klein RingCube was into games too if I recall
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Declan Kenny4
any plans for Microsoft to allow AppV outside of the MDOP subscription model?
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Timothy Mangan Is now outside of MDOP, but need an EA signed after august 2015
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Roy Tokeshi Hansen was going to write a song about it called MMMdop
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Declan Kenny BOOM
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stevegreenberg3
This is a great episode of EUCPodcast!
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stevegreenberg It's all about the Apps!!
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Brad Rowland3
Still getting used to beardless-Tim. my worldview is shattered.
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Andrew Wood Almost ironically, its an old pic
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stevegreenberg me too!
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stevegreenberg so we know he shaved at least once
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Dane Young3
Now @rtokevin is sharing some of the history and why @fslogix chose the direction they did.
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Andrew Wood with shouts out to @chetan_ who I'm sure will check out the podcast later
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Jason Samuel3
I showed a Turbo demo to someone this morning. Literately had an app running in 5 min on his PC. What I find exciting is "outsourcing" your packaging team to Turbo. Frees up so much time
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Dane Young Nicely said Jason! +1!
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AppDetective Good luck with drivers and services though.
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Andrew Wood @AppDetectlve horses for courses, does it work well for you - happy days
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AppDetective @gilwood_cs makes for a good demo of most things open source :-)
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Kenji Obata +++++1
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Kenji Obata @AppDetective Turbo works great with services, SQL Server, etc
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Marius Sandbu3
Spent 3 hours getting an older Internet Explorer on ThinApp, took 10 min on Turbo!
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Dane Young Awesome, thanks for confirmation Marius!
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Thomas Poppelgaard I am going next week to try Turbo on some badass CAD
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stevegreenberg the IE stuff is very interesting, the way they do it clever and elegant!
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Marius Sandbu Just think about getting an Turbo Package on AppDNA to save 6 hours of installing as well ;)
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Andrew Wood look forward to the video :)
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Kenji Obata it's TURBO!!!!!
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Kenji Obata @_POPPELGAARD Autodesk is a Turbo customer
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Roy Tokeshi3
Successful App virt as a layer is dependent on successful profile management. Layering allows profile issues w/o magnification. You can get away with more issues in profile mgt.
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AppDetective Amen Brother. But I can think of only one vendor that gives users the options to do both.
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Kevin Goodman @AppDetectlve Gee, Jason, who could that be?
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AppDetective VMware VMware UEM and App Volumes
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