Condusiv’s V-locity Technology Was Recently Certified as Citrix Ready

We are proud to announce that Condusiv’s V-locity® I/O reduction software has been certified as Citrix Ready®. The Citrix Ready program helps customers identify third-party solutions that enhance virtualization, networking and cloud computing solutions from Citrix Systems, Inc. V-locity, our innovative and dynamic alternative to [...]

Case Study: Non-Profit Eliminates Frustrating Help Desk calls, Boosts Performance and Extends Useful Hardware Lifecycle

When PathPoint was faced with user complaints and productivity issues related to slow performance, the non-profit organization turned to Condusiv’s I/O reduction software to not only optimize their physical and virtual infrastructure but to extend their hardware lifecycles, as well.  As technology became more relevant [...]

Caching Is King

Caching technology has been around for quite some time, so why is Condusiv’s patented IntelliMemory® caching so unique that it outperforms other caching technology and has been licensed by other top OEM PC and Storage vendors? There are a few innovations that make it stand [...]

2019-07-29T06:43:00-04:00July 29th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

SQL Batch Job Hell

ASL was in SQL batch job hell. A regular import of 150 million records into their SQL database would take 27 hours to complete. ASL’s account team and clients needed access to the most current data immediately, but the 27 hour batch job meant that [...]

2020-07-23T14:09:04-04:00October 1st, 2014|Success Stories, V-locity|0 Comments

The Student Enrollment Blues

It was a bad day for Steve Bettoni, Tech Support and IT Procurement Officer of Stockport College. Steve is responsible for the infrastructure that supports the college's enrollment apps, SAP, and Exchange, so you can imagine his level of anxiety on enrollment day—the busiest day for [...]

A Blog About Bloggers Who Blog About Us

On contemplating the impact of his calculating engine, the world’s first computer, Charles Babbage wrote “In turning from the smaller instruments in frequent use to the larger and more important machines, the economy arising from the increase of velocity becomes more striking.” He said that in 1832.I [...]