The flexibility of VERDE, combined with its support for both Linux and Windows, allows us to centralize management and reduce maintenance, while ensuring a high quality user experience for all of our researchers.
VERDE VDI helps us reduce capital expenses by providing support for Windows thin clients running virtual Linux desktops. In addition, by enabling our department to move desktops into the secure data center and isolate access based on need or clearance level, the solution significantly improves security.
Virtualizing our desktop environment and using thin clients has reduced operating costs by 30 percent before you factor in the value of energy savings and simplifying operations.
We like the ability to adjust the current system depending on students’ needs. Also, it is important that professors at Chuo University use this system effectively. For instance, professors now have the ability to decide what content to have available on virtual desktops.
USM has a strategic goal to stay on the cutting edge of information technology innovation and evolution. VERDE VDI has proven to be the most flexible and secure VDI platform for our needs.
Here we install a Windows .iso file and create a Gold Image using VERDE VDI
Chuo University was established in 1885 and is one of the most prestigious schools in Japan. It is a diverse research and practical education institution with six departments, eight graduate schools, three professional graduate schools, four high schools and two junior high schools. With such a physically and educationally diverse campus system, budget became a major issue as the cost of software installation, IT management and hardware expenditures continued to rise.
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU Munich) is one of the largest universities in Europe with more than 48,000 students, 700 professors and 3,600 academic staff. The University offers a wide range of courses in 150 subjects ranging from humanities to medicine, and includes options for interdisciplinary studies.
As the nation’s top government agency responsible for the security and safety of the nation’s citizens, the U.S. Department of Defense faces extraordinary challenges when it comes to day-to-day IT operations. With security, performance, ease of use, and affordability as top priorities, the DoD needed a desktop virtualization solution that could support both Linux and Windows desktops across multiple locations, all within a high security computing environment.