Building the Desktop of Tomorrow, Today
The monolithic model of tightly coupled hardware, operating system, and applications cannot keep up with today's global economy while complying with business, regulatory, and security objectives. You need flexible solutions to drive your infrastructure based on the needs of your business.
Improve your desktop management and:
- Deliver personalised applications and desktops to a user, not a device.
- Enable flexibility with control.
- Centrally manage and secure user desktop environments.
Giving Users a Personal View of Their Data and Applications
The desktop of the future will not be a single physical device but a collection of different devices and environments. Applications and data may be located across a combination of locations for example: a virtual desktop running on a server, a home notebook computer and a webmail account.
End users want the same view regardless of what device they use to connect to their desktop or where their applications and data are located - the user wants a universal client.
IT organisations on the other hand want to simplify management and take control of desktops and applications cost effectively. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is the next evolution in desktop computing.
Decouple applications, data, and operating system from the hardware and deliver them to the user rather than a device. Give users a personal view of their applications and data, whether they're on a thin client or laptop, in the office or on the road.
Intelligently deliver applications and data to any device and allow users to focus on their jobs rather than the tools. Balance the requirements of your business with the needs of your users and create a seamless experience where applications and data follow the user and not the device.