I thought it was too good to be true, but I guess I fell for the Luflogix rumor too. I received this photo from the alleged Luflogix product team:
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Note the particularly good-looking guy in red under the "F" in "Fools." :)
Luflogix was a class project from our five-day Citrix master class in Brisbane, Australia this week. Think of it as a future tense real-world case study.
The scary part is that as we wrote this article, we started to wonder why this technology doesn't actually exist? I mean sure the TS session portability will probably never happen. But why can't I "flow" a remote VDI session from a remote host to a local workstation? Or does anyone even care?
Also, I loved that in yesterday's article, the commenters were saying things like, "It looks like you've been fooled," or "someone's pulling your leg." I love that it didn't occur to anyone that I was the actual person who made it up? :)