Providing up-to-date, secure computing desktops to hundreds or thousands of users across multiple locations used to be an extremely intimidating, labor-intensive task. But today, with virtualized desktops based on VMware technology, tailored to your speciﬁc needs by WebHouse Consulting, what was once a colossal challenge can be accomplished with just a few mouse clicks.
Desktop Virtualization is one of the critical steps that forward-thinking companies take when transforming their data infrastructure from an expense to a strategic asset. This game-changing technology greatly reduces costs while increasing control, compliance and security. It also provides higher levels of service to end-users by speeding issue resolution from your help desk.
As one of VMware’s premier partners, WebHouse Consulting is distinctively qualiﬁed to deliver all the beneﬁts of Desktop Virtualization to companies of any size. While VMware forms the backbone of our Desktop Virtualization solutions, we also integrate “best of breed” technologies from other partners, including Dell WYSE for thin, zero and cloud PC client solutions, and Palo Alto for virtual desktop security.
Innovations in Productivity, Continuity and Control
Virtualizing desktops across your organization delivers beneﬁts in three key areas:
Cost-efﬁcient, centralized management
After creating a standardized desktop image (or multiple images for different classes of users), a few clicks from your centralized data center will deploy that desktop to every user you choose in a matter of seconds, regardless of physical location. This means you can greatly reduce your IT footprint in remote ofﬁces. And because these desktops are delivered as a managed service running on distributed servers, the computing load can be shared across physical resources. The result is a faster experience for every user. This centralized approach also makes
Software Asset Management much more efﬁcient, ensuring that you’re getting the most from your software investment.
5 Reasons to Adopt Virtual Desktop infrastructure:
- Reduce the cost in upgrading or purchasing desktop computers
- Enhanced data security
- Automate data disaster recovery to stop worst case scenarios from getting worse
- No limitation on devices (BYOD)
- Boost efficiency by providing easier management