Application & Desktop Virtualisation
As applications and services move online, web browsers are becoming the primary way for users to access them across the organization. As a result, cyber criminals are increasingly setting their sights on delivering attacks through the web browsers we all use everyday.
That gives IT a new challenge to address. More >
The perimeter looks nothing like it used to – no wonder it’s so hard to secure.
Today’s business environment has been transformed by mobility and a shift toward distributed workforces, BYO and third-party talent. It’s a boon for productivity, but a tall order to secure. More >
True business agility can make all the difference in capturing a new market opportunity, and it’s a challenge to embrace new customer service models and support more types of applications on more types of devices – of course, always with a great user experience.
Discover how to achieve the best results for the business through a flexible architecture that enables you to address these growing challenges while simultaneously reducing the cost and complexity of app management and delivery. More >
The need to quickly share apps and updates across your enterprise is growing fast – and with it, the cost and complexity of managing IT.
Your ideal solution is an application virtualisation with a flexible architecture that also handles VDI, so no matter how complex your IT demands become, one solution can handle all your needs…. More >
Browser virtualization offers a way for IT to realize the promise of web-based apps to simplify app development, without incurring new challenges for manageability, security and performance.
Learn how you can utilise a single image of the browser, hosted centrally, and delivered on-demand to any computer, providing a simpler way to manage browsers and apps. More >
There is growing momentum for Chromebooks as individuals choose to adopt them and enjoy the Google Apps and services both for personal use and for business. While the cost-effectiveness of Chromebooks is undisputed, the first question an IT admin asks is “What about our Windows apps?” and in many cases this is hundreds or thousands of Windows apps that power the business. More >
App virtualisation can help reduce the costs of providing access to enterprise applications, low license costs for legacy apps, and improve secure access for third-party providers. More >