A few months ago, news leaked out that Microsoft will enable multiple remote sessions (or connections) into a Windows 10 desktop flavor of the operating system. For those who are new to this (read, who have been in a cave :)), history is that up until now, multiple remote sessions (or connections) were only allowed[…]
Last week, Airbus announced it is moving its entire 130,000+ workers from Microsoft Office to Google G Suite. This is the latest example of a company ditching Microsoft’s on-prem software model in favor of Google’s productivity applications running in Google Cloud Platform (GCP). At Chromotif, we believe this natural progression to the cloud makes business sense and[…]
Late last year, I came across a TechRepublic article that mentioned the utility of Raspberry Pi 3 as a thin client. That article can be found at the link here. In fact, there have been a few technologies that enable this. WTware being one of them. NComputing (our competition when I used to work at Wyse)[…]
Google and Progressive Web Apps There has been a lot of discussion lately, around Future of Chrome Apps Progressive Web Apps (or PWA) Non availability of Chrome Store for Windows, Macs and Linux devices First, let me clarify what is the impact of all the changes Google has initiated. Then I’d clarify what it means[…]
Over the past few months, I’ve seen quite a few articles and posts mentioning the use of Chromebox devices as a thin client (particularly for VDI). There is one article here and another post ChromeBox Thin Client from sysadmin For those who aren’t aware — the Chromebox is essentially the desktop version of the Google[…]
Chromotif Nebeula was approved to be listed on AWS Marketplace today. The AWS marketplace makes it easy for customers to find, buy, deploy and manage software solutions, including SaaS, in a matter of minutes. AWS as a company is very kind, to list products and solutions in the AWS marketplace, even when these products and[…]
I recently read in multiple news sources that Google Cloud team is running a marketing campaign, and is providing free Chromebooks to Miscorosft Azure partners. Of all the articles, I like this analysis by Sarah Kimmel, to be the most candid and true. Google Pitches Free Chromebooks to Microsoft Azure Cloud Partners Sarah says —[…]
Exactly three months back, we announced Chromotif on LinkedIn. Here is a link to that post. You will be required to login with a LinkedIn account to view the post.
Few days back, Chromotif was approved to be part of GCP Launcher. For those who aren’t yet aware, Google Cloud Launcher offers ready-to-go development stacks, solutions, and services to accelerate development. So you spend less time installing and more time developing. Go ahead and check out the Chromotif listing for GCP Launcher here.
Our partner Neverware announced the availability of CloudReady VDI edition. Check out the press release here. At just $49 per device annually (includes Google Admin Console licensing), this is a steal of a thin client OS.