F5 Agility 2014 - From Australia to Denmark

Posted by Tobias Eichenseer Thu, 12 Jun 2014 14:33:00 GMT

On June 17-18, 2014 HOB will be exhibiting again at the F5 Agility Roadshow in Copenhagen, Denmark! At the end of April we went Down Under to Australia to present our software solutions to the Asian Pacific market. This time, we will make a shorter journey to Copenhagen where we will attend the F5 Agility Roadshow for a second time as a Gold Sponsor.

At the HOB booth, we will be presenting exciting live demos of our software solutions. One of the many highlights will be the presentation of HOBLink JWT for F5® BIG-IP Access Policy Manager® (APM), which is the result of a technology partnership with F5. HOBLink JWT is a scalable solution that provides all F5 BIG-IP users a Remote Desktop Client which enables communication with Microsoft Windows Terminal Server with Remote Desktop Services.

Our proprietary and high performing Remote Desktop Protocol is platform-independent and requires no client-side installation. This reduces IT administration efforts and total cost of ownership. This purely software-based solution allows enterprises to leverage existing physical and virtual IT infrastructure investments while ensuring security.
We’re already looking forward to presenting our latest innovations to the Copenhagen audience and engaging with other IT experts!

If you can’t make it to Copenhagen, don’t worry! To learn more about the HOB and F5 partnership and HOBLink JWT visit the combined solution website. Here you can also find the product data sheet and configuration guide.
Alternatively, you can also come visit us at the next F5 Agility event in New York City on August 4 – 6, 2014. We hope to see you in Copenhagen!


F5, BIG-IP, and Access Policy Manager are trademarks or service marks of F5 Networks, Inc., in the U.S. and other countries. The use of the words “partner,” “partnership,” or “joint” does not imply a legal partnership relationship between F5 Networks and any other company.

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