Secured access from virtually anywhere
Virtualization enables you to deliver desktops and apps with a single console.
The concept of virtualization is easy. It takes the excess power of a WMS server and shares it across multiple end users. Called “Shared Computing” or sometimes “Virtual Desktops”, this is possible due to advances in technology. In the past, Personal Computers (PCs) were designed to be simple and used by individuals. Servers were powerful enough to handle the computing needs of many individuals in an organization, but needed skilled IT professionals to run them. But that’s changing.
Today’s Servers have become so powerful that they can deliver quality graphics and video and still have excess power to spare. The leveraged excess power of a Server turns it into a system capable of powering multiple computing sessions at once. It’s the software operating system that runs each end user’s personalized Windows 7 “session” on the host computer. It then delivers a “virtual desktop” experience via the access devices to each end user working on their own monitor, keyboard and mouse. It’s easy to install and manage.
Virtualization allows your business to
• Maximize technology investments and reduce upfront costs, because it gives you a way to tap into the unused processing power of a single PC to give multiple users their own computing experience.
• Reduce energy costs and consumption, because you’re only powering one computer for multiple users. Some organizations have saved up to 90 percent in power costs.
• Provide broad client support, because you can connect in multiple ways and support different clients—you can, for instance, connect directly to the host computer using USB or a video card, or connect PCs, network monitors, conventional thin clients linked to the server through Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), and more through your local area network (LAN).
• Get simple setup and management, because you’ll have fewer stations to maintain—and those that remain can be managed from the single MultiPoint Manager console.
• Use Microsoft Windows Update for updates and patches, because WMS provides automatic access to Update, making it easier to keep your computing systems up to date.
It’s about simplicity
- Remote access anytime, anywhere
- Improve workplace productivity
- Reduce desktop management costs
- Improve data security
- Secured access
- Rich user experience
- Simplified management
- Enhanced storage capabilities