Server/Desktop Virtualization

By design, virtualization provides redundancy and increased resiliency through clustering and the duplication of configured software, hardware and communication components. Capitalizing on the latest in virtual technology housed within state-of-the-art Tier 4 data center facilities  enables companies to achieve the most robust functionality and best-in-class business protection at an affordable monthly cost. The end result is greatly improved application uptime and availability and the ability to rapidly provision desktops to users on any device, anywhere, and without the upfront costs and complexity associated with traditional desktop virtualization.

Scale Your Resources Rapidly

When additional servers, CPU, memory or hard drives are needed, they may be quickly allocated to allow painless scalability and continuity. Virtualization works across multiple data centers, and supports tens of thousands of users.

Management and Configuration is a Snap

Once a server or desktop is provisioned to your specifications it is online and securely accessible through the internet or via a private connection. Supported operating systems include all flavors of Windows, including 32- and 64-bit, Windows 7, Vista, Windows XP and Linux. (Windows 8 to be evaluated & added at a later date.) With just a few simple clicks you can manage pools of virtual desktops, which may be static or dynamic in size. Additional memory, CPUs, and/or disk space may be easily added at any time.

Easy to Budget For

Industry leading VMware technology turns virtual desktops into a predictable, easy-to-budget monthly cost, as opposed to the CAP-EX outlay of physical PC refreshing or enterprise onsite VDI. End users may also extend the life of their existing PCs by only using their local PC to access their virtual desktop via the cloud.

Builds on Your Current Technology Investment

Access to desktops is based upon your existing corporate Active Directory, and any applications running inside the virtual desktop.

Increase Productivity Away from the Office

Users can leverage nearly any device with access to the internet, including DaaS Mobile Clients from an iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. End users may also leverage thin clients which typically carry a smaller carbon footprint and near-stateless characteristics, to access their desktops.

Eliminate Onsite Vulnerabilities

Physical threats such as fire, flood, theft, and local service outages don't apply in a virtualized environment.