Seminar: AppSense + Citrix + Microsoft @ Microsoft Office

January 31, 2011

Building on the proven success of the market leading solutin stack, AppSense, Citrix and Microsoft are teaming up to present the value of the joint solution comprising AppSense User Virtualization, Citrix FlexCast and Microsoft System Center.

Presenting at the event:

AppSense: Amir Zarsange – Senior Solutions Engineer
Citrix: Mark Vinokur – Enterprise System Engineer
Microsoft: Benny Ayalew – Senior Datacenter Technology Specialist

The event is set to take place:
February 1st, 2011 – 6:30pm
Microsoft, San Francisco Office
835 Market Street, Suite 700
San Francisco, CA 94103

For more information and to book your place – please visit:



AppSense Webinar Series: Webinar #2 – Windows 7 Migrations.

May 5, 2010

The ‘AppSense Webinar Series’ is in full flow, with webinar #2 taking place tomorrow.  Bas Bremmer, an AppSense Senior Pre-Sales Consultant from our Dutch office will be presenting his experiences on ‘Simplifying Windows 7 Migration’.

Migrating users to Windows 7 can be a risky and expensive proposition, especially if it affects the employee’s working environment. AppSense user virtualization technology manages all the user-specific elements of the Windows 7 migration process as well as providing an alternative approach to managing the user aspects of the PC.


  • Best practice for migrating to Windows 7
  • Replacement of legacy user profiles to reduce management and support costs
  • Options for moving to centrally managed desktops
  • Q&A

Date & Time:

Thursday, May 6th 2010 @ 10-10:20am EST, 3-3:20pm BST, 4-4:20pm CEST

You can register for the webinar here.

Further information on other upcoming AppSense Webinars can be found on the AppSense Webinar Series pages here

Look forward to seeing you there!



AppSense part of the Microsoft SAM Partner Program

April 29, 2010

I previously blogged about Microsoft Application Device License Control in SBC, VDI and Streamed Environments, where I highlighted that Microsoft Applications are in fact licensed on a PER DEVICE basis, and not, a PER USER basis – which may cause issues for many organizations in terms of licensing where by only a certain number of USERS needs access (and therefore perceivable a small number of user licenses) but in order to comply with Microsoft Licensing you must still have a license for EVERY DEVICE in the organization, even if the users of those devices will never run the application in question.

Further to this AppSense are recognized by Microsoft as a valid means to control application access at a DEVICE level and are therefore able to reduce device based license requirements.

I am pleased to announce that AppSense, in addition to being a Microsoft Gold ISV Partner, the Microsoft System Center Alliance Program and member of the Microsoft High Potential Managed Partner Program, are now also listed as a Microsoft SAM (Software Asset Management) Partner and listed exclusively as a SAM related tool and service on the Microsoft SAM Partner web-page

Quoting the page:

“Today’s IT organizations are constantly striving to lower the total cost of ownership of their infrastructure while getting the maximum value from their IT investment. With the onset of multiple delivery technologies, efficient software license management is a key component of today’s IT strategy. Microsoft acknowledge AppSense Application Manager as a solution that enterprises could use as part of Software Asset Management to provide device-based license management in a Windows® Terminal Services, virtual desktop or virtualized streamed environment.”
Sam Bramwell
Licensing, Anti-Piracy and SAM Audience Marketing Manager, Microsoft Limited
To learn more about Microsoft Licensing and how AppSense Application Manager can be used to not only ensure compliance, but also reduce the amount of device licenses required, saving operational costs and providing almost immediate return on investment, please visit our solutions page here
A copy of the Official Microsoft approved whitepaper on use of AppSense for application access and license control in virtual environments can be found here

Commaxx and AppSense: Migrating to Windows 7 while simplifying desktop management

February 16, 2010

Commaxx, a leading Norwegian Distributor, and AppSense are hosting a seminar to show how you can ensure a seamless and low-risk migration to Win7 along with ongoing simplified desktop management.  The following topics and more will be covered through workshops, demonstrations and discussion;

–          Business reasons for moving to Windows 7
–          Deployment options and challenges
–          Best practice
–          Assessing physical and virtual desktop options

When & Where:

Date: March 10th 2010
Time: 08:30am – 11:30am
Location: Oslo

Click here for more information and to register.