Tim Mangan is the Founder of TMurgent Technologies and is a widely known expert in Application Virtualization.
Prior to launching TMurgent, Tim was with many software and/or hardware companies including Softricity, Sync Research, Tylink, Avanti Communications, Memotec, Teleglobe, Infinet, and ComputerVision.  Somewhere in between he also did consulting work for the WAN side of a major US bank.  At one point he was also the President of the Frame Relay Forum, an international consurtium of Communication Carriers, Vendors, and Users.
Tim speaks at many conferences and has been awarded by Microsoft as a “Most Valuable Professional for Terminal Services” in 2007 and for “Application Virtualization” in 2008 and 2009
Tim also currently serves as the President of the Virtualization Boston User Group (www.virtg.com).

You can find out more about his company and about him.


  1. Hi Tim,

    I have been trying out TMnetsim on Windows Server 2008 R2 to introduce a 100ms latency between the Application Server and Database Server. I’m not sure if you support this tool, but I thought I’d mention my problem in case you do and you can easily point out my error.

    I have TMnetsim working, but it seems to be introducing more than just the latency time to my test. If I change the latency to 0ms the time I am recording are 3 times slower than they are without TMnetsim running. For example without TMnetsim a query is completing in 0.3s while with TMnetsim running with 0 latency its 1.2s.

    Am I trying to use TMnetsim for something other than intended? Is it supported on Windows Server 2008 R2? Should I really be using a hardware solution for the kind of network emulation I am trying to achieve?

    I welcome your feedback should you have some time to respond.

  2. Hi Tim,

    I read your blog and I’m interested in App-V. I have a bit experience in it, but I’m currently trying to install it in a lab environment but I’m running into issues. I was wondering if you could be so kind as to help me?

    Thanks in advance!’

    PS: Check my site for SCCM and app-v in the future

    1. I have a bunch of free videos on the main site that help with sequencing, but if you need help with setup like issues for the lab, you probably want to look at the Microsoft “proof of concept” guides for App-V.

      Of course, you can always come to our training class in Boston next month!

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