Unidesk and Partner KIS to Showcase Virtual Desktop Layering Solutions at Silicon Valley VMUG April 11
Unidesk and solution partner KIS will discuss Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) best practices and showcase the latest version of the Unidesk®virtual desktop provisioning and application delivery platformat the Silicon Valley VMware User Group (VMUG) Conference April 11, 2012, at the Santa Clara Marriott in Santa Clara, Calif. Organizations interested in how customers in education, state and local government, healthcare and other industries are implementing Unidesk desktop layering technology to overcome many of the cost, complexity, and user acceptance challenges that have stalled broader VDI adoption can meet with Unidesk and KIS experts in Booth #21 from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. To register, sign up for a complimentary VMUG membership at:http://www.vmug.com/e/in/eid=313.
With Unidesk, IT administrators can quickly create and configure custom virtual desktops using reusable operating system and application “layers.” One operating system layer can be used for all desktops, while application layers can be assigned to different desktops as needed to meet individual or departmental requirements, without ever having to reinstall the application. Unidesk’s ability to share common OS and application layers across many desktops reduces VDI storage capacity requirements as much as ¬70%. Each desktop can also have a personalization layer that sustains all end user customizations, including user-installed applications, helping extend VDI implementations to knowledge workers. These combined capabilities are quickly establishing Unidesk as the leading desktop management platform for VDI.
Unidesk and KIS are driving VDI projects at the City of Foster City, the City of Pleasanton, Tulare County, Hartnell College and more. For a free whitepaper on how Unidesk makes VDI the easy choice over refreshing PCs, download the free whitepaper, "Desktop OpEx Savings: the Key to Cost-Justifying VDI" athttp://www.unidesk.com/opex-white-paper.
Unidesk® Corporation (http://www.unidesk.com) enables customers to centralize more desktops on data center servers and realize the full potential of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). Unidesk’s patent-pending desktop layering technology works with VDI access solutions such as VMware View™, Citrix® XenDesktop®, and Pano Logic to sustain all desktop customizations for end users, while simplifying application delivery and desktop provisioning, patching and support for IT. By creating persistent and non-persistent virtual desktops on VMware vSphere® that are storage-efficient, easy-to-manage, and able to satisfy any use case, Unidesk desktop management software for VDI reduces IT operations costs up to 30%, cuts VDI storage costs up to 70%, and fosters a more productive, agile workforce. Unidesk Corp. is a privately-held company with headquarters in Marlborough, Mass, USA