Mobile Security

  • CES 2012 video: iCOP

    In this video, I spoke to Donnie Springfield of WDL Systems in the iCOP booth. He showed me the eBox 3350MX, a device normally used as an embedded PC or as a thin client.

  • CES 2012 video: Xi3 TAND3M

    TAND3M is a terminal server-like product that allows two (or more, with the Z3RO module) local sessions to run on a single computer. I didn't get too close of a look at the software, but it warrants a closer look to learn more.

  • CES 2012 video: Xi3 SERV3R and dataCENT3R

    We're not usually hardware people around here, but I did have a look at Xi3's server and datacenter products. In this video, David Politis continues his demo at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show.

  • From CES 2012: Check out these devices that say FUIT!

    During the Consumer Electronics Show I wanted to check out devices that allow employees to say FUIT and circumvent their IT department.

  • FUIT at CES 2012: SurfEasy

    When I heard about SurfEasy last December, it gave me the idea to look for other devices at the Consumer Electronics Show that could be used to get around IT restrictions.

  • FUIT at CES 2012: Primadesk

    At the Consumer Electronics Show I found devices (and in this case a service) that could be used to get around IT-a concept we call FUIT. In this video, I spoke to the founder and CEO of Primadesk, Srinivasa Venkataraman.

  • FUIT at CES 2012: HyperDrive CloudFTP

    At the Consumer Electronics Show, I sought out devices that could be used to get around IT (FUIT). The HyperDrive CloudFTP takes any USB storage device and attaches it to an ad hoc or existing wifi network.

  • FUIT at CES 2012: Steelcase media:scape

    At the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show I went looking for FUIT devices: gadgets, products, and services that allow users to go around their IT departments using consumer technology. Ryan Anderson from SteelCase gave me a demo of their media:scape product.

  • FUIT at CES 2012: j5create Wormhole

    At the Consumer Electronics show I went looking for the devices that could be used to circumvent IT departments, a concept we've taken to calling FUIT. In this video, we look at j5create's Wormhole with Steven Lyu.

  • FUIT at CES 2012: iTwin

    At the Consumer Electronics show I went in search of FUIT devices. In this video, I talked to Akesh Nemani with iTwin.

  • 2012 Consumer Electronics Show wrap-up

    In this video, Colin Steele and I give our thoughts about what we found at the Consumer Electronics show this year. Stay tuned for more videos!

  • Citrix announces XenClient XT (with video interview from Gabe)

    One of the announcements from Citrix Synergy 2011 San Francisco last week was that Citrix was working on a variation of XenClient called "XenClient XT." The XT edition of XenClient is for extra-secure desktop environments where different guest VMs are connected to different networks with different security levels.

  • VMworld 2010 Video: Interview with VMware's Noah Wasmer about Project Horizon

    Last week at their VMworld 2010 conference in San Francisco, VMware announced and demoed an upcoming product known by the codename "Horizon." (Formerly known as "Origami" and the subject of a blog post on BrianMadden.)

  • Video demo of McAfee A/V Offloading virtual appliance from Citrix Synergy 2010

    At Synergy, McAfee announced their new virtual endpoint security platform, called MOVE (Management for Optimized Virtual Environments). A key part of this platform, called A/V Offloading, removes the need to run an antivirus solution inside each virtual machine by offloading all the scanning and processing (real-time and on-demand) to a virtual appliance.

  • Brian Madden TV #27 - 2010 trends and predictions

    For our first episode of 2010, Brian & Gabe sat down in the same room as their very first episode from a year ago. Today's episode is about about the desktop virtualization trends that will be important in 2010.

  • AEP Networks, at BriForum 2008 Chicago

    AEP Networks was one of the vendors in the DEMO lab at BriForum 2008 Chicago. In this video, Brian Madden has a short conversation with AEP's Mike Hjorleifsson.

  • Terminal Services Session Security, from BriForum 2005

    When talking about security in Terminal Server and Citrix environments, encryption and authentication are simple.