Andy Baker

Andy Baker

Based in Bethesda, Maryland, Andy Baker is a member of the Citrix Worldwide Consulting Solutions team where he focuses on creating and distributing Citrix best practices. Before relocating to the USA in 2011, Andy worked as a Citrix Consultant in the UK where he led some of the region’s largest and most high-profile projects across a wide-range of industries including healthcare, government, finance, retail, media and utility. Prior to joining Citrix in 2004, Andy spent five years working for Unisys as a Microsoft and virtualization specialist.

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Common Risks During Consulting Assessments (2013) – Overview

From 2008 to 2009 – Nick Rintalan, Hector Lima, Scott Thompson and Mike Schaeffer all contributed to an excellent whitepaper…

Project Accelerator’s Powerful New Sizing Table

Project Accelerator guides users towards a successful deployment of XenDesktop, XenApp and XenClient. It is founded on the Citrix Consulting…

Feedback sought on Citrix Virtual Desktop Handbook

The Citrix Consulting Team is seeking participants for a short survey to ensure customers and partners are getting what they…

Great New Look for the Virtual Desktop Handbook

The Virtual Desktop Handbook is an architect’s guide to desktop virtualization. It provides you with the methodology, experience and best…

NEW – XenDesktop 7 Handbook Published

Good news from the Worldwide Consulting Desktop & Apps (DnA) team! We’ve just finished updating the Virtual Desktop Handbook for…

Virtual Desktops: 32-bit or 64-bit Desktop Operating Systems?

One of the key decisions during a XenDesktop design is whether to use the 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) version…

Everything that you need to know about user segmentation!

You can’t fit a square peg in a round hole and you can’t expect people to use a specific type…

XenApp 6.5 Hosted Shared Desktop sizing example

In this blog series I’m taking a look at scalability considerations for XenApp 6.5 Hosted Shared Desktops, specifically: How to…

What’s the optimal XenApp 6.5 VM configuration?

In this blog series I’m taking a look at scalability considerations for XenApp 6.5, specifically: How to estimate XenApp 6.5…

Hyper-V 2008 R2 Planning Guide for XenDesktop 5.6 – Now Available

A key advantage of XenDesktop is that it works with three of the most common virtualization products on the market…

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