Thinspace brings new skySpace solution suite

|June 23, 2015 0
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In a simple, effective, end-to-end solution with integrated device management

BANGALORE, INDIA: Thinspace has announced the launch of new skySpace solution suite, providing desktop virtualization and application delivery in a simple, effective, and affordable end-to-end solution with integrated device management.

Thinspace’s skySpace is a complete solution comprising of hardware endpoint devices and management software designed to work together for the delivery of centralized desktops and applications.

It eliminates the complexity of dealing with multiple vendors and provides a centralized single vendor platform for all the desktop computing needs of an organization.

Vijender Yadav, director at Thinspace, said, “Our objective is to simplify the entire process of desktop virtualization so that businesses of all sizes can easily deploy and manage virtual desktops in a secure and cost-effective manner, without compromising on user experience. New skySpace is a comprehensive solution with several features to meet the evolving needs of business enterprises.”

As the global desktop virtualization market continues to grow at a rapid pace, CIOs and IT administrators are looking for new desktop deployment strategies that make it easier to align with emerging trends like enterprise mobility, BYOD and cloud.

Using skySpace solution suite, organizations can deliver both dedicated virtual & session based desktops from private and public clouds. skySpace can deliver Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 based desktops from virtual machines running on VMWare and Hyper-v and shared desktops from Microsoft RDS servers.

skySpace continues to deliver individual application hosted on Microsoft RDS server to enable users to get access to the corporate applications.

skySpace suite includes zero management hardware endpoints which are optimized for VDI access and can be managed from central console, reduces the IT time and cost in managing individual devices.

Using the software client, users using existing desktops and laptops can connect to their enterprise virtual desktop, effectively increasing the life span of existing desktop hardware. Users bringing their own device including iPad, smartphones or tablets can also connect to their virtual desktop or applications.


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