People are quitting their jobs at record rates. The reason for this? Yeah, the pandemic is once again partly to blame. But only partly. The greatest turnover rate in over two decades is really due to the lifestyle changes that occurred over the last year. Staying home, or maybe putting off quitting in hopes of a better, future job market have caused many to sit idly by while 2020 and the beginning of 2021 were underway.

On the whole, one major reason why employees are quitting their jobs in hopes of greener pastures is due to the fact that many…


Stratodesk, leader in delivering VDI, Cloud, and IoT endpoint solutions, today announced the official support for the Windows Virtual Desktop Linux Client on Stratodesk NoTouch software for both x86 and ARM/Raspberry Pi. Stratodesk is the first technology provider worldwide to ever support WVD Linux client on both architectures, as well as the first ever to support WVD on Raspberry Pi.

Stratodesk’s History of Innovation — WVD and the Raspberry Pi

Those who have followed Stratodesk’s meteoric rise to the top in the EUC space will already be familiar with our history of innovation that follows, including great advancements made in enabling work from any device. …


In a world still reeling from the after effects of the Pandemic, one solution has risen as a clear answer to the problems facing modern enterprises. That solution is VDI. It’s also DaaS.

In fact, enterprises using either Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) or Desktop as a Service (DaaS) have had an easier time in 2020. The reason for that is relatively simple — VDI and DaaS are the natural compliment for remote work. Even in deployments using legacy hardware with VDI/DaaS where work was primarily in office, those offices have been able to more effectively switch to remote work. Quite…


There are many benefits of working from home. When it comes to working from home, you might be surprised to learn that it isn’t as new of a concept as you might think. In fact, working from home is very much a return to an old ways of doing things. You could even say it is a more natural ways of getting work done. In fact, before the industrial age, it was commonplace to work from your residence.

That changed, of course, when the industrial revolution occurred. Suddenly, workers had to be present in factories in order to aide production…


The Raspberry Pi has come a long way from educational device to IoT endpoint. Here’s everything you need to know about the world’s favorite little computing device.

The Raspberry Pi is a low cost, credit card-sized computer with big ambitions. Originally, it was made to teach tech newcomers about computers. Thanks to the ever ingenious nature of IT leaders, however, the potential use cases for the device expanded far beyond academia. Today, the Raspberry Pi is used in a plethora of settings by enterprises and organizations around the world.

History of the Raspberry Pi

Before we dive into what the Raspberry Pi is used for…


We’re at an exciting time in history. For the first time ever, technologies that were before thought disparate have converged. In 2020, IoT is increasingly complex.

For this reason, it’s important to first understand what IoT is. Once we begin to understand this we can also begin to understand how it is used across different industry settings, how IoT is changing business as we know it, and the many security challenges facing IoT deployments around the world.

First Up -What is IoT?

As daunting, mystical, or complex as it might sound at first, IoT is also simple. After all, the smartphone is an early example…


Today, few organizations do not require giving employees access to virtual desktops. Additionally, many require the convergence of VDI technology with Cloud and IoT. VDI has proven its ability to work effectively with IoT in order to solve common business challenges. As seen in the Citrix Ready workspace hub, pioneered by Stratodesk. Since then, that technology has rolled out to additional Raspberry Pi based devices, making it a mainstay in modern computing environments. Secondly, VDI works cohesively with Cloud technologies. This is where we see DaaS come into play, and Cloud desktops. Enterprises and organizations of all shapes and sizes…


Recent sales spikes reveal ways technology can help during a crisis

Why are Raspberry Pis flying off of the shelf? March saw the second highest sales figures in the Pi’s history. There are a number of reasons as for why Raspberry Pis are seeing an increase in demand in the pandemic. With the tumultuous shift -caused by COVID19 — to work from home, homeschooling, and the increase in demand for top-notch, fast and efficient patient care, IT needs a solution, and they’re quickly turning to Raspberry Pis as a part of that solution.

Capable of connecting workers with virtual desktops, performing as excellent homeschooling devices, and acting as conduits for next-evolution…


Today we are in an unprecedented crisis situation. The pandemic has driven workers around the world out of the office, into their home offices (if workers are lucky enough to have home offices). Zoom calls are everywhere, and as workers are attempting to escape the distraction of their children by hiding in their cars, IT leaders are asking the question — how can they possibly enable remote work across such a complex technological landscape. Two options inevitably crop up. VDI and VPN. But the two options are inherently different. Each is complete with its own sets of pros and cons…


Businesses and organizations based in cities around America are finding themselves increasingly short on excellent talent as professionals across the board are seeking to live elsewhere. This is thanks to a combination of skyrocketing housing prices, changes in technology that allow anyone to do their best work from anywhere, and the global talent crunch phenomenon.

Thanks to technological advancements, America is on the cusp of a new age for work. …

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