While moving to VDI on-premise or in the cloud is a trend we've seen for many years, the Ukrainian war and the resulting economic turmoil have shed light on other problems. The need for centralized control, security, and ease of use with a push towards remote work and the adoption of Windows 11 has propelled VDI end-points into an essential part of the (CAPEX) equation.
Earlier this month we participated in a joint webinar with Xentegra, one of our valued reseller partners, to discuss NComputing offerings and how we’ve taken on the challenges companies are facing due to the pandemic and its lingering issues. In particular, we discuss how issues with the global supply chain, working from home, and the proliferation of DaaS have rapidly advanced desktop virtualization and how NComputing products and services solve the resulting IT challenges.
AMP, our Annual Maintenance Program licensing products will be undergoing some changes in June. Since its inception, AMP has provided an easy and cost effective way to not only license NComputing products, but provide timely support from our technical team. The program has allowed us to keep older devices from the L-series and M-series compatible with current platform releases and bring new products to market for additional virtualization offerings.
NComputing Global, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has entered into a strategic agreement with POStech, which makes it its official master distribution partner for Brazil.
Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) from Microsoft is a comprehensive virtualization platform for both Desktops and Applications. It’s hosted in the Azure cloud and managed by Microsoft. A proper turnkey solution for teams looking to virtualize their workspace while avoiding the complications of hosting a platform themselves. The service includes optimizations for multi-session Windows 10 desktops, Microsoft 365 applications, and support for RDS environments. AVD addresses a broad range of needs from business continuity to Work-From-Home (WFH) initiatives.
Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) has experienced significant market demand in part due to organizations that are challenged to find secure remote working solutions for their employees and contractors quickly. NComputing teamed up with Microsoft to integrate the native Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) Linux client into our popular RX420(RDP) and RX-RDP+ thin clients powered by the latest Raspberry Pi platforms.
NComputing is happy to announce our status as an official Windows Virtual Desktop partner for integrated Linux thin client solutions, verified by Microsoft.