Melbourne-based APT Travel Group is retiring its Citrix system in favour of Parallels Remote Application Server, citing a number of benefits to the organisation.
A key feature of Parallels Remote Application Server 17, which was released a few days ago, is the use of machine learning to pre-launch applications so users can be immediately productive.
"Smaller, faster and more energy-efficient," and "most secure" are Dell's claims for its latest lineup of Optiplex PCs. There's also a new Wyse zero client for VMware, and new cloud multifunction printers.
That's a shame they decided to decommission such a cool distro. Any decent CentOS8 forks yet?
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