Articles by 'Ryan Lee'

Blog Author - Ryan Lee

Ryan is a Technical Architect working out of our Connecticut site responsible for architecture and design of application, desktop, and server solutions. Ryan holds multiple technical certifications and has worked as an IT analyst, engineer, and consultant for companies in a variety of industries.

By Ryan Lee, Posted in

As more and more organizations and employees shift to a work-from-home model, secure external access via Citrix Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs) continue to become even more crucial. As a market leader in the application delivery space, Citrix continues to develop, enhance, secure, and optimize its Citrix ADC hardware and software platforms. In order to take advantage of some of the latest and greatest enhancements, as well as maintain support agreements, firmware upgrades are necessary. For the mos... read more.

  • March 12, 2021

By Ryan Lee, Posted in Infrastructure

Leveraging Citrix StoreFront High Availability and Subscription Synchronization As consultants, engineers, and architects we are regularly challenged with complex scenarios each with their own very specific requirements. These scenarios can really put our skill set to the test and require us to sometimes think outside of the box to achieve our customer’s or companies’ end goal. I have been working with Citrix for nearly 12 years in some form or capacity, with the last 5 years geared primarily towards desig... read more.

  • May 23, 2016

By Ryan Lee, Posted in Infrastructure

What the SHA is going on with my Citrix Access?!? The news is that SHA1, a very popular hashing function, is on the way out. Strictly speaking, this development is not new. The first signs of weaknesses in SHA1 appeared (almost) ten years ago. In 2012, some calculations showed how breaking SHA1 is becoming feasible for those who can afford it. In November 2013, Microsoft announced that they wouldn't be accepting SHA1 certificates after 2016. So what does this mean to you and your Citrix Environment? To u... read more.

  • January 22, 2015