Medical centers and hospitals rely on IT to provide clinicians with the right technology to deliver the best possible patient care. To continuously improve the patient experience, hospitals are turning to Citrix for Windows workspace delivery, RES for workspace security and personalization, Nutanix for hyperconverged infrastructure, and Unidesk for application packaging and lifecycle management. Our partner RES just published a new case study on Cook Children's Health Care System that explains why Citrix, RES, Nutanix and Unidesk are such a trusted combination in healthcare. Here's a first look!Citrix XenDesktop, Healthcare, Nutanix, RES | Read this post >
By themselves, application layering and hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) are game-changers for IT organizations. Put them together, and they completely transform how Windows desktops and applications can be delivered in the new mobile enterprise. That's never been more evident than in the last 2 weeks, with Unidesk and our HCI partners Nutanix and Gridstore making news for modernizing customers' end user computing environments, while reducing costs.Nutanix, VDI, Press Release, Hyperconverged, Gridstore, Partner | Read this post >
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.Government, Customers, Nutanix, application layering, Hyperconverged | Read this post >
This blog is an excerpt from the Unidesk eBook Ten Quick Tips for Scaling VMware Horizon View.
Virtual desktop deployments are often managed, at first, by the same Tier 2 or 3 IT staff members who designed and implemented VDI. However, keeping day-to-day management in the hands of server and network administrators or outside consultants is not scalable. Not only will you be paying more to manage virtual desktops than physical PCs (tossing ROI out the window in the process), but you will also lose valuable IT resources from forward-facing, strategic IT projects. If you transition VDI to the same Tier 1 staff who managed your PCs, you'll be able to scale your VDI deployment at a lower cost.VMware Horizon View, Nutanix | Read this post >