Liquidware mitigates many of [desktop] inadequacies by providing IT with relevant tools to increase performance and functionality within end user computing.” — Robert Young, IDC
Chicago, IL (PRWEB)
August 07, 2017
Liquidware today announced the availability of ProfileUnity and FlexApp v6.7, its industry leading User Environment Management (UEM) and Application Layering software for Windows desktops and virtual workspaces. Significant features have been added to both ProfileUnity’s core UEM functionality as well as to FlexApp layering.
“We’ve packed more advancements into this release – more than in any other in the last three years and more than competing vendors,” said Jason Mattox, CTO of Liquidware. “Customer feedback has driven us to ‘outdo’ ourselves and the competition, to provide premium performance and functionality for enterprises adopting on-premises and cloud-based virtual workspaces, as well as wider use of user environment management and layering use on physical desktops.”
New FlexApp Features
New features include exclusive Click-to-Layer capabilities, and Citrix XenApp/Microsoft RDSH session isolation for FlexApps.
FlexApp’s new on-demand Click-to-Layer option is an industry first. The technology allows instant delivery of FlexApp layered applications on-demand upon the application open action by a user. The user simply clicks on the application’s native icon on the Desktop or in the Start Menu and the application is instantly delivered via FlexApp and is ready for use. The option improves desktop readiness times compared to other layer delivery options because applications are not mounted unless they are in use. Now even dozens of layered applications can now be readily available in a user’s Windows environment without needing to actually layer every available application that may not be used during a user’s session.
Citrix XenApp and Microsoft RDSH environments now have enhanced FlexApp delivery support in the new version as well through Session Layers. When FlexApp applications are delivered to a user’s published desktop, other user desktop environments are not automatically exposed to those applications. Every user’s desktop can remain unique, even for users on the same Windows Server…