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‘Application Virtualization & Packaging’ Category

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Nov , 16

PowerApps and Microsoft Flow is now available on Microsoft SharePoint

  On 31st October 2016, Microsoft SharePoint announced the availability of PowerApps and Microsoft Flow. Both the tools enable users to automate workflows and build custom apps quickly, and it is also suitable for specific needs of SharePoint users. What are PowerApps?   Image Source- https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/announcing-general-availability   PowerApps is meant to help users who can’t [...]

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Jul , 16

300% Increase in Ransomware Attacks since 2015 – What to Do

  The fastest growing malware threat, ransomware, has gone from 1,000 daily attacks to 4,000 in only one year. Targeting people at home and in the office, we’ve been forced to ask ourselves why such an explosion of this kind of malware is taking place?   Plain and simple – it works.   It works [...]

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Aug , 15

An insight into Cloud Virtualization

  Source: https://pixabay.com/en/photography-lifestyle-experimental-731891   One thing all business owners and managers have in common is that they are constantly searching for better ways to get work done faster without compromising their existing machines. Because of this, Cloud Virtualization has taken off as one of the fastest growing sectors in the last few years.   Cloud [...]

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Aug , 15

Why should you consider application packaging for your growing IT needs?

    source- http://www.enyano.ie/service_apppack.html     In order to maintain an unbiased position, application packaging has been officially stated as being of utmost importance by Dell when they made this statement:   “There are new application management methods that are being developed to help organizations to administer their existing IT investments with more efficiency, reduced end-user [...]

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Apr , 15

Running An Update For App-V 5.0

  Wondering how an App-V 5.0 package can be updated? You need to understand a few features to ensure a smooth update for the users.   First of all, the option for the application to automatically update itself should never be enabled. The update must be made a part of the sequencing process so that [...]