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Whitepaper: Key Considerations for Delivering Linux Hosted Desktops

In this whitepaper, discover key considerations for deploying Linux hosted desktops in an on-premises or cloud VDI environment.

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Whitepaper: VMware, Citrix, and Leostream: A Not-Quite Apples-to-Apples Comparison

In this eBook, take a closer look at how Leostream compares to legacy full-stack VDI vendors VMware and Citrix.

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VDI in Healthcare: Managing A Compliant Desktop Infrastructure

In this whitepaper, we discuss best practices for simplifying desktop assignments and logins with maintaining a compliant desktop environment

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Hosted Applications for Media and Entertainment

In this whitepaper, we discuss best practices for architecting a cloud or on-prem hosted application solution in the media and entertainment industry .

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Managing Connections to Applications Hosted in Microsoft Azure using Microsoft Remote App

In this whitepaper, discover how the Leostream Connection Broker works with the Leostream Gateway to manage connections to applications hosted in Microsoft Azure using Microsoft RemoteApp.

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Top 5 Tips for Hosting Applications in an On-Prem, Cloud, or Hybrid Cloud Environment

Cloud or on-prem hosting is an ideal solution for legacy applications, shared applications, and remote applications and more. In this tip sheet, discover our top 5 tips for hosting applications in a public cloud, hybrid cloud, or on-premises data center environment.

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Managing Hosted Desktops in a Hybrid Cloud with Leostream

In this whitepaper, discover how the Leostream Connection Broker works with the Leostream Gateway to manage connections to desktops and applications in a hybrid cloud environment.

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Choosing a Public Cloud to Host Your DaaS Solution

Compare the “Big Three” cloud hosting providers and discuss how they rank as a VDI or DaaS platform.

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How a Connection Broker Simplifies a Hosted Desktop Environment

When moving resources into the data center, you have a lot of things to think about. With all the moving pieces you’re juggling, the connection broker is probably the last thing on your mind. But, it happens to also be a very important piece, and waiting until you’ve designed the rest of your data center to consider the connection broker can be detrimental to the overall usability of your system. This eBook discusses 5 scenarios where including a connection broker into your design from the get-go can future-proof and improve your hosted desktop solution.

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