Another Unidesk Customer Featured in Windows IT Pro

Posted by TJ Racherla on Feb 22, 2016

Last month, two Unidesk manufacturing customers - Dayton Superior and Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing USA - made headlines as the subject of Windows IT Pro magazine’s hit story, "From Water Pumps to Sports Bikes, Manufacturers like Their VDI".

This month, another Unidesk customer - Montgomery County, PA - was featured in the magazine’s new story, "Law enforcement ups its VDI game." The article explains how local, state, and federal agencies are enhancing mobility and streamlining application management for their workforces, while realizing additional benefits such as better security and lower costs.

For those who think virtualizing desktops and apps is more expensive than doing things the same old way with PCs, the facts shared in this story prove otherwise.

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End Users Speak: App Mobility with VDI Increases Employee Productivity

Posted by TJ Racherla on Nov 16, 2015

We're often asked about what the end user reaction is to having their PCs replaced with virtual desktops or published apps. Do they like it? More importantly, will they accept it? We got the answer directly from the end users themselves on our recent webinar with Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

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Sandia National Labs’ VDI Deployment with Nutanix & Unidesk in GCN

Posted by TJ Racherla on Nov 4, 2015

Nutanix and Unidesk joint customer, Sandia National Laboratories recently made headlines as the subject of a case study by public sector IT publication, GCN. In the story, "Sandia’s VDI finds a good fit with hyper-converged infrastructure." Sandia's service manager, Nicole Ballard explains how their virtual desktop and application management solution from Unidesk and hyperconverged infrastructure solution from Nutanix have allowed IT to manage storage/compute and app delivery from a single console and concentrate on the desktop itself instead of the infrastructure.

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GSA Agreement with Promark Opens Unidesk to U.S. Federal Government

Posted by TJ Racherla on Jun 18, 2015

After recently being recognized for enhancing our partner program, we're keeping the momentum going by signing a General Services Administration (GSA) distribution agreement with Promark Technology Inc., a premier U.S.-focused distributor and wholly-owned subsidiary of Ingram Micro.

Our VDI and remote desktop and application management software is now more accessible than ever to U.S. federal government customers, and the value-added resellers who provide them with end user computing software, hardware, and services!

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How to market VDI to increase end-user adoption

Posted by Tom Rose on Oct 20, 2014

This blog is an excerpt from the Unidesk eBook Ten Quick Tips for Scaling VMware Horizon View.

If you don't put your marketing hat on and sell VDI to your end users, you will likely encounter resistance that can torpedo your project. Savvy IT organizations are no longer mandating virtual desktop adoption. Rather than demanding acceptance, they are employing new methods to build consensus for VDI and gain end user buy-in.

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Virtual Desktops in State Government: Two Customer Webinars

Posted by Andrew Nadeau on Apr 28, 2011

We have two outstanding on-demand webinars featuring state government departments now available on our website. Both state departments are using VMware View and Unidesk to deliver user-customizable, easy-to-update, and storage-efficient virtual desktops to their workforce. The innovative solution by Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities and Wisconsin Department of Children and Families has resulted in both state agencies being named to the prestigious list of laureates for the 2011 Computerworld Honors Program.

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