Today Liquidware has announced the release of ProfileUnity 6.7.6, with this release they now support the ability to store user profile data on Object Storage in the cloud. With this release user information is able to be stored in AWS S3, Azure Blob storage or Google Cloud Storage. This will help businesses with the transition to desktop as a service (DaaS)Read More
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