Article explains how Unidesk 3.0 helps facilitate desktop virtualization on Microsoft platforms.
Sequel’s David Dunaway was interviewed for an article recently published by Channelnomics on the latest release of Unidesk’s desktop and application management software. The article offers Dunaway’s perspective on the challenges customers often face in implementing virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) on Microsoft Windows Server and Hyper-V platforms, and how Unidesk 3.0 helps to resolve those challenges.
Channelnomics sought Dunaway’s input based upon Sequel’s extensive expertise implementing desktop virtualization solutions and success with the Unidesk product. Dunaway recently shared his experience in a one-hour webinar, and explained how Unidesk can make VDI simpler to adopt and administer. A recording of the webinar is available here.
Unidesk 3.0 extends the Windows Server and Hyper-V platform to provide more efficient and scalable management of the Microsoft VDI experience. Enterprises looking to host desktops and applications in their private clouds using Hyper-V and VDI can now simplify application deployment, eliminate image sprawl, offer persistent personalization, and achieve scalable management of VDI users, desktops and collections.
“Research shows that Hyper-V is capturing more and more of the virtualization market, and many of our customers are looking to implement VDI on Hyper-V,” Dunaway said. “We believe that Unidesk 3.0 addresses the complexity, application delivery and licensing challenges associated with VDI deployments and will make it easier to virtualize desktops on Microsoft platforms.”