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Blog Post IndicatorKey Differences Between Desktop Virtualization and Server Virtualization

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With the popularity of desktop virtualization expanding, people have been confusing its functionality with server virtualization. While the two share some of the same features, they serve different functions. Desktop virtualization and server virtualization both enhance security, save costs (when used efficiently), and are centrally controlled.  Knowing the major differences between the two can help a company figure out which…   Read More →

Blog Post IndicatorThin Client Laptops Help Align Desktop Virtualization with BYOD

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Desktop virtualization promises enhanced security for enterprises but with the increasing demand of mobility, a secure environment can be harder to reach. With the workplace evolving to become more mobile and virtual; mobility solutions for users in the enterprise is no longer an option but a requirement. IT is now obligated to look at solutions that fill the user gaps.…   Read More →

Blog Post IndicatorInfographic: Four Prominent Benefits of Desktop Virtualization

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The World is Going Virtual As We Can See. Consumers and businesses alike are moving more applications to the cloud and we are in search of technologies to make our lives and jobs easier and more manageable. What we are focusing on in particular is that enterprises are looking at desktop virtualization as to better align their cloud computing and…   Read More →

Blog Post IndicatorThe Four Most Prominent Benefits of Desktop Virtualization

As a general explanation, desktop virtualization involves separating the physical location of a client device from its logical interface, allowing end users to access their data and applications from anywhere. Desktop virtualization “virtualizes desktop computers”. A user interacts with a virtual desktop in the same way they would use a physical desktop. Desktop virtualization lets users remotely log in to…   Read More →

Blog Post IndicatorCollege Discovers Their Desktop End Point Solution

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A higher education college in Scotland that offers a wide range of courses, including administrative business, computing, child care, media, social sciences, and art and science wanted to simplify their desktop management environment. There are about 350 employees and approximately 10,500 students enrolled annually. The higher education facility contacted Devon IT, a leading provider of thin client terminals and server-hosted…   Read More →

Blog Post IndicatorThe Ceptor – How it is Different from Dell’s Project Ophelia

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The Ceptor is strictly an enterprise thin client device compared to other devices being released into the market such as Dell’s Project Ophelia. The Ceptor, designed as an enterprise $99 thin client that operates within an existing Citrix, RDP or VMware environment. Ceptor is a device that turns any HDMI display into a thin client. The Ceptor provides a cloud…   Read More →