Category Archives: Technical details

Posts about exciting new technologies and how stuff works

Home Sweet Home

We are working everyday to make our products better to give you to most out of it. Today we launched our corporate blog at Matrix42 to stay in touch with all our customers, prospects and fans. Because of that this blog … Continue reading

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“Video Killed the Radio Star”

  How legacy applications can be integrated with the cloud workspace In 1979, “The Buggles” stormed the charts with their song “Video Killed the Radio Star”. However, the radio is still alive, coexisting peacefully with other media. While it has … Continue reading

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The menhir has had its day…

… but of course, only when it comes to IT… We will certainly continue to pay due interest and respect to the archeologically noteworthy menhirs or monoliths from ancient times, not to forget Obelix whom we can hardly imagine without … Continue reading

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Tips on How to Set up the Cloud Workspace

Sir Winston Churchill once said: “We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us.” This is also true or even especially true for the workspace; in the age of the mobile workforce the focus is more on the design of the personal cloud-based … Continue reading

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app in the box – technology recap to solve BYOD

When Oliver tried to work on the discussion what the “D” in BYOD means we should never forget that the IT stuff needs to handle the colourful new world. Often this assignment comes directly from the CIO because he has to … Continue reading

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Technologies of End-User-Computing – Evolution to the sky

I’m an architect and so I spend the last 10 years to find out what my product managers want to have next to keep the product stable and changeable at the same time. So I will do that in this … Continue reading

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