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UDS Enterprise solves current workstation's challenges

Posted by UDS Enterprise Team |

Corporations are currently in an ongoing process of technological evolution. The consolidation of the management and the lifecycle of the workstation are increasingly more important in digital transformation projects: new needs for access to information arise as well as the execution of applications in remote users and those with mobile devices. At the same time, users increasingly demand more policies such as BYOD to gain more flexibility in devices and technologies.

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According to a recent report published by IDC, desktop virtualization (VDI) is an option to more and more corporations who need to resolve the workstation challenges.

IDC believes that the main advantages of VDI systems are dynamism and efficiency in deployment, updating and support, the optimization of the workstation resources, the flexibility of multi-device access and the security and availability of applications and data. An effective implementation of VDI should, therefore, result in a reduction of operating costs.

IDC experts point out in this report to Virtual Cable as the Spanish company specialized in the development of virtualization software and talk about UDS Enterprise as the software that provides an answer to the automatic management needs of the lifecycle of virtual desktops and the remote and local user access to desktop virtualization platforms and to remote desktop services. In addition, they say that our software, including simple installation and management, allows to enable simultaneously any hypervisor, authenticator and connection protocol in the market. It is also well known for its compatibility and easy integration with third-party software, the possibility to customize it and a subscription system that includes personal support and product updating without licensing.

Download the full report in Spanish here


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