Continuing on the travel sagas of 2017, my wife and I traveled to Jamaica for a getaway vacation in Negril.
Earlier in the year, I got bumped off of a flight – luckily, it wasn’t a United flight; but it was just after that fiasco – which was great for me! Continue reading “Cool Runnings”
Resources – they can be tough to come by; or even easy to come by, but expensive and/or difficult to maintain. Luckily, Citrix has an answer. I know there are a number of resources (no pun intended) out there for leveraging NetScaler Unified Gateway for various purposes. Today, I plan to explain how to leverage your NetScaler to minimize resource utilization when working with ShareFile.
That’s right, with Unified Gateway, Citrix customers can put multiple resources behind a single IP. Let’s talk about how we do it: Continue reading “Unify Your ShareFile Resources with NetScaler Unified Gateway”
It’s been a long while, but I still wanted to write about this experience – mainly because it’s about one of my favorite places in the world. If you haven’t guessed yet, I’m talking about the Isle of Capri.
In my last travel post, I talked about our time in Zurich, Barcelona and ending up in Sorrento. If you are unaware, Capri is a small island off the coast of Italy in the Bay of Naples. Continue reading “Europa: Take III – The Isle of Capri (and other tales of Italy)”
Alright; so, this is pretty cool. A few months ago, Citrix ShareFile (somewhat silently) released support for symbolic links with its Sync for Windows client.
When we heard about this, there was a lot of excitement from our team… excitement that seemed to quickly fizzle out.
I didn’t understand it – why weren’t people talking about this? Not only this a ‘cool’ feature (#TalkNerdyToMe), but it’s quite practical and useful. Continue reading “Symbolic Links with ShareFile Sync”
Over the past few weeks, both my colleagues and I have been getting a number of requests for information around whitelisting Citrix ShareFile in a customer environment. Seems people these days are becoming more and more security conscious – after all, with all of the attacks we’ve seen over the past few years seeming to increase, who wouldn’t want to protect their network?! Continue reading “ShareFile and Your Firewall”