Well the opening night party has started to wind down here in Vegas at Citrix iForum 2005. I've managed to hit all of the sponsor booths and had a few Gee Whiz moments. If you are here at the event here are a few must see's
One newcomer is Realm Systems.
This company produces a pocket sized USB PC VPN device that lets you run applications on it and tunnel into the corporate network. It is a secure way for you to connect up to any PC or thin client and connect to your corporate network. It has a server on the backend that runs in the $10-15k range. The device cost between 300 and 500 dollars. http://realmsys.com
BioPassword is back with an ActiveX version that works with Web Interface. All I can say is no one is ever going to win that 10 grand. If you don't know what biopassword is, it is a piece of security software that uses the biometrics of how you type to determine your username/password to log on to your PC. Since each person types differently it is virtually impossible to be able to get into users account. That is at http://www.biopassword.com
I have lots more to write about over the coming days but this is the new and coolest so far.